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post #436 of 446

I currently have  8 pairs of Herring Shoes (made by: 1 Loake, 1 Alfred Sargent, 1 Trickers and 5 by Cheaney). I love them.

 

Herring Fencote and Herring Drake below:

 

 

post #437 of 446

Re: shoe care. Do you use the cream that comes packaged with the Herrings or do you use Saphir? 

post #438 of 446

It depends, but in this case I used Saphir

post #439 of 446

What Herring put in the box is a tin of polish not cream.

post #440 of 446
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Originally Posted by urban View Post
 

What Herring put in the box is a tin of polish not cream.


Good point

post #441 of 446

Herring Redruth by Loake 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #442 of 446
Is there a way to determine what additional duties, etc I might have to pay when buying from herring? I live in the states. In earlier posts it seems that I might have to pay $75 or so at delivery. Is there a way on their site to calculate?
post #443 of 446

The Redruth's are nice. I was going to buy a pair but they are no longer available. 

post #444 of 446

Even if I own many boots I like Redruth

post #445 of 446

Although there is no way to work out possible duty, there is an option on their site to use Royal Mail.

 

Duty will vary when using couriers but do find that using the postal service avoids custom charges.

post #446 of 446

Herring Faringdon - really nice single monks

 

 

 

 

 

 

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