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

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  1. tifosi

    tifosi Tire Kicker

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    Which one is to the right of Bracken, over top of it?

    I'd be all over that.
     


  2. DonRaphael

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    That'd be dark brown museum; what I had in mind initially.
     


  3. rydenfan

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    thats a killer shade of brown...
     


  4. tifosi

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    In for that shade.
    Right?
     


  5. watchidiot

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    @Leaves can EB do heavy stitching on their jumper boots, ala Frankenstitch?
     


  6. Leaves

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    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.
     
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  7. watchidiot

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    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.
     


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    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).
     


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    Then a chapel from EB is not a dream
     


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    Will they be able to replicate the boar bristle split toe style of EG and G&G?
     


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    Nope. They have made some attempts but it was not very satisfying.
     
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    Also in. Seems that we have enough participants?
     


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    What is the price range of EB shell?
     


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    7600 SEK ex VAT for boots. A little less for shoes.
     


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    If Bonafe could make something like this on 804 last in shell would anybody be interested?

    [​IMG]
     


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