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Tricker's MTO - Forum group buy

Discussion in 'Preorders, Group Made-to-order, trunk shows, and o' started by rkusmant, May 4, 2011.

  1. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    I'd definitely be in on Navy Eatons with natural edge trim.
     


  2. mothball

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    +1
     


  3. haresh

    haresh Senior member

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    So that's mothball, zippy,bibs & me for Navy boots. Would you guys consider changing the make up a little so as to differentiate from the coffee eatons that I think some of us have ?
     


  4. bibs

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    i can do without the medallion brogue on toe cap if you guys want a change in design
     


  5. mothball

    mothball Senior member

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    I could go either way on medallion or not, but I would like the broguing along the cap toe line (not sure how to describe that), and I'm not a big fan of speed hooks.
     
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    I'd be inn with those grey Eaton on dainite and on a 4497 last! :slayer:
     


  7. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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  8. bibs

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    That shit crazy lol

    Anyway so Navy Eatons , brogueing stays ... what makeup should we do ?
     


  9. Marcellionheart

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    I'm not sure I can afford to go in on this Navy Eaton, but a design suggestion:

    Navy Eaton, brass eyelets, *red* dainite sole, red pull tab, red calf lining, 4444 last?
     


  10. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    That sounds really good.
    I'd prefer 4497 but 4444 works.
     


  11. sinnedk

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    is richard doing a run of the grey ones? im in for the coffee eatons but i'd prefer grey!
     


  12. MSAINT

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    Not that I know but if he does I'm in (Grey, 4497, Dainite)
     


  13. commodorewheeler

    commodorewheeler Senior member

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    Which last is the one with the really wide, round toebox like in the picture here:

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    Is that the 4444? I like the way it looks on this kind of boot.
     


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    Pretty sure he's just doing another run of Coffee Eatons.
     


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    Folks, if you need perforated captoe boots with no medallion, we can do AS version of Eaton.
     


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