Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by shoesnlife, Mar 4, 2013.
+1 this is fantastic.
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And some prices for the Green Cordovan model in the picture please.
But but but, how many shooz is too much?
The pair of green cordovans were a direct order from Carmina by a staff member. We are looking into getting enough green and navy for MTO projects. Unipair Guy
These are part of our spring promotion sale. This is an Alden old tan and cigar cordovan saddle shoe on the Leydon last E Width. They are $525 dollars with free shipping. We have sizes 6, 6.5, 7, 8, 8.5, and 9.5 This is a very unique model and great for spring/summer. Send me a PM or [email protected] Have a great weekend!
I will be coming in to try those on in the next couple of days; I am owed a gift by a friend at the moment...
What sort of last and details on the finish? For me, something comparable to the plaza or grant lasts from Alden would be perfect.
We are very happy to have you come by and we think you will really enjoy them.
The Oscar last is a great boot last for Carmina. You can see it on our Cognac and Burgundy cordovan boots. A simple clean captoe boot with the focus on the Navy Cordovan. If you have some ideas we would love to hear them. Unipair guy
I just visited this thread for the first time; is the free shipping offer over for international customers?
Great selection of shoes btw. What's the quality of Jalan Sriwijaya comparable to? Cheaney, Loake, Alden?
I've never worn them, but handling them, I'd say around AE (maybe a bit south, but not much).
Also, I believe the free shipping is to international customers. Half the population of Korea lives in Seoul, so we don't need the shipping.
Claghorn is correct. They would be slightly under AE but higher quality than Loake. They are very good value for the price and we will try and post some outdoor pictures soon. Have a great weekend! Unipair Guy
^^^ Cool. I'd like to see more outdoor pics of shoes from that brand.
so an austerity wing boot would be out of the question . . . . maybe with a grain shaft ?
The simpler the design the easier it will be to get six people to agree. It also depends on how much navy cordovan Carmina can get. There are no bad ideas when it comes to Carmina boots!
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