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Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Rubinacci – Offi

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. Leaves

    Leaves Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    So we have several members interested in a Burnham make up. Let's see if we can agree on color! Let's do this!
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    @Skoaktiebolaget are there any shipments from either Bonafe or G&G coming ups soon?
     
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    I'd be interested in the burnham in:

    vintage cedar calf

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    Or

    Vintage Chestnut

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    Hell I will get on this gmto also wish it was E though not sure if I can pull of F width. Even though just got a burnham & love that boot.
     
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  8. Steel28

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    Vintage chestnut or cedar is fine with me. Trying to convince myself.
     
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    I am in with @TtownMD
    @Leaves If we can get an "E" in I am game for a Burnham in Vintage Chestnut or Vintage Cedar !
     
  10. TtownMD

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    Yes sir any E width gents want to join me & andrel42 on burnham E width let us know. Open to any color and tg73 last or mh71 so speak up we have two all ready both of those color above are on fire [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Vintage cedar looks nice
     
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    SMH. E-width guys crashing an F-width party...give us wide footed folks a chance!
     
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  13. TtownMD

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    Ok Burnham GMTO
    TG73 Last
    E width
    Vintage Chestnut
    Leather sole or rubber wensum
    Price is 12,000 sek.
    Picture of vintage chestnut are posted above
    Me
    MrVenneri
    andrel42
    Are in, any one else would like to join let us know.
     
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  14. Diabolical

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    Here is my proposal for an F width Burnham:

    Modal: Burnham
    Last: MH71
    Width: F
    Leather: Vintage Cedar
    Sole: Leather or wensum
    Pull-tab: Yes
     
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  15. Faster

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    Don't let them get to you
     
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    Looks good, I would join this...
     
  17. TtownMD

    TtownMD Senior member

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    Ok Burnham GMTO
    MH71 Last
    E width
    Vintage Chestnut
    rubber wensum sole
    Price is 12,000 sek.
    Picture of vintage chestnut are posted above
    Me
    MrVenneri
    andrel42
    saurabh
    Are in,any one else would like to join let us know. For this 1 more person needed for tg73 2 more ppl needed lets this going fellows.
     
  18. tdes81

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    I don't suppose anyone would be open to swapping one of the Burnham makeups to fox suede, i.e., this leather:


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    I'd be down for leather or wensum sole, could also go either way on the pull tab.
     
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    Ah screw it, count me in.

    Now for a sizing question -- here is how my kudu thorpes (also on the MH71 last, E width) fit (size 10UK), in a weight of sock I'd usually be rocking the chelseas with:

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    Facings are parallel with a slight gap up through the instep, but then close all the way at the top/in my ankle.

    I have some slight heel slip, but the width feels fine. Should I go down a half size to account for it being a chelsea with elastic?
     
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  20. TtownMD

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    I would recommend shoot skoak gents an email but I am taking my normal size on GG so my educated guess would be 10uk also we can do leather sole also all of us are very flexible.
     

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