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

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  1. 63AMG

    63AMG Senior member

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    Well I missed the jumper boots, so I satisfied myself with these instead:

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  2. Garcia

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    Been staring at those all day, thank god you bought them before I talked my self into doing so.
     
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    I love them too! I can't wait to get them eventually. I'm sure we will see quite a few variations after everyone's MTOs from Skoak start coming out.
     
  4. NewYawker

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    I ordered my button boots in December right before the promotion. Hopefully they ship out soon. Cant wait to get them. I ordered a pair very similar to the ones pictured.
     
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    mw313 Senior member

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    Make sure to post pictures when they are in.
     
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    NewYawker Senior member

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    Absolutely! I am really excited to get these in. I admired the style for a while before deciding to pull the trigger. I only own one pair of Bonafe so far but I am very happy with the quality, fit, and styling.
     
  7. 63AMG

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    Post pics WEARING them! Too many pics of just the boots themselves online
     
  8. emidyl

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    well if the sizing doesn't work for me, I'll let you know. My first go with the oscar last.
     
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    Oscar last is easy to fit. Very roomy, it is a great last for boots.
     
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    Tan Kudu Isham GMTO, MH71 F. Color is incredible in person - a rich brown with hints of red with incredible depth in finishing and natural texture of the skin.

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    Thanks to Patrik for making this GMTO happen and getting G&G to let us use the Kudu. And thanks to Gabriel for the amazing service again, really went above and beyond for me on this pair. Really no reason to buy shoes anywhere but Skoaktiebolaget.
     
  11. bespoken pa

    bespoken pa Senior member

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    Is vintage rioja in between EG's burgundy and night shade?
     
  12. rydenfan

    rydenfan Senior member

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    Best photos I have seen of that leather!!! Has me so psyched for mine. Killer!
     
  13. bespoken pa

    bespoken pa Senior member

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    Well done again! You've been killing it lately what soles did you opt for?
     
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    Wow wow wow. Beautiful shoes, Steven.
     
  15. RogerP

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    Great shots, great shoes!
     

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