Skoaktiebolaget – Carlos Santos, Enzo Bonafé, Saint Crispin’s, Paolo Scafora, Carmina, Rubinacci

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  1. cbfn

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    Should send Shaq a tweet and congratulate him on his new shoes.
     


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    ???

    Only a 7.5. Just a close shot
     


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    Quote:Most excellent - keep me posted please.
     


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    We have that exact style incoming in Polo Suede with a slight contrast stitch in late March or early April. I've always coveted this Alden make up and now we can finally make something similar.
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    Wow!! This version looks amazing leaves. Great stuff.
     


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    RogerP Senior member

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    That is going to look KILLER in polo suede. And my wallet is going to look so EMPTY!
     


  7. watchidiot

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    Is there any possibility that a boot version of the above would be available in the future, even as an MTO option?

    I love the look of Leathersoul's Alden NST boot in choco suede.
     


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    Perfect! I'm in. I'll email Gabriel now to get on the list
     


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    It was just a joke. :)

    Great shoes!
     


  10. NewYawker

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    +1 - Curious if this could be done as a boot as well. I would be all over that.
     


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    tifosi Tire Kicker

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    Shouldn't you be outside shoveling??? LOL
     


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    hell no! we got 65mph gusts right now its freaking crazy out there
     


  13. rydenfan

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    @Leaves

    what do you think? I kinda like it

    description says its on the 975 last

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    They are possibly working on it, I have been asking them for these heavy stitch NST styles for about a year, but only the derby is yet finished.
     


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    Looks good, I mean with the Norvegese, it's kind of a Joker really, you can use it with any type of style from Wholecut to a Jumper Boot and it'll look cool if it's thought through. I'd probably go with the 946 last though, as I have no idea how the 975 fits.
     


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