Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
Which one is to the right of Bracken, over top of it?
I'd be all over that.
That'd be dark brown museum; what I had in mind initially.
thats a killer shade of brown...
In for that shade.
@Leaves can EB do heavy stitching on their jumper boots, ala Frankenstitch?
Sorry, no. We actually had someone ask this before but it's a no go. They don't know how to replicate the actual stitch. They do have a U-wing boot, like the Carmina one, because we had someone request it as MTO, so they made up the pattern.
Thanks for the information. Will have to wait for when Carmina finds more shell for us then. All part of the fun
Did that u wing boot push through as an MTO or a GMTO? I imagine it wouldnt be too difficult to get 2 more folks to jump in on that make up as the Carmina U-Wing boot was a winner.
Im hoping in the future the can make a pattern for a split toe boot or a tanker boot.
They can make just about any pattern, it's just a matter of cost. We just learned this a few weeks ago. For a surcharge of about 2000 SEK (plus the normal MTO fee), they can make up almost any pattern as long as they know a the techniques involved for such a pattern (unlike the Frankensttich).
Then a chapel from EB is not a dream
Will they be able to replicate the boar bristle split toe style of EG and G&G?
Nope. They have made some attempts but it was not very satisfying.
Also in. Seems that we have enough participants?
What is the price range of EB shell?
7600 SEK ex VAT for boots. A little less for shoes.
If Bonafe could make something like this on 804 last in shell would anybody be interested?
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