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post #4201 of 4843
Speaking of Marrkt, they have a cool black camerman in 48. Very stealth like.
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Flannels has an extra 15% off "clearance" items.  It should work on all sale items.  Just grabbed the Puffa Jacket (AW12 I think) for 270 quid shipped.  Original price was 1100 quid.  If you live in the US they'll deduct VAT after you've received your order.  They have sizes 50, 52, 54 and 56.  I actually prefer the look of the AW12 version to the AW13 version.  Color is more plain and the look of the jacket is more classic.  

 

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post #4203 of 4843
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Originally Posted by BLAUGRANA View Post

Flannels has an extra 15% off "clearance" items.  It should work on all sale items.  Just grabbed the Puffa Jacket (AW12 I think) for 270 quid shipped.  Original price was 1100 quid.  If you live in the US they'll deduct VAT after you've received your order.  They have sizes 50, 52, 54 and 56.  I actually prefer the look of the AW12 version to the AW13 version.  Color is more plain and the look of the jacket is more classic.  

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So they'll refund the VAT on your credit card after delivery?
post #4204 of 4843
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So they'll refund the VAT on your credit card after delivery?

 

Yes.  You just email them the order # and tell them you've taken delivery (which I'm sure they'll check on their end) and then you'll get a refund.  They used to just deduct at the time of purchase right on the web site, but now you have to email them.  Did it a few times just after Xmas when they had the crazy deals on the Cameramen, etc.  

 

NOTE:  I use PayPal with them, but I assume a credit card would work the same.

post #4205 of 4843
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Originally Posted by BLAUGRANA View Post
 

 

Yes.  You just email them the order # and tell them you've taken delivery (which I'm sure they'll check on their end) and then you'll get a refund.  They used to just deduct at the time of purchase right on the web site, but now you have to email them.  Did it a few times just after Xmas when they had the crazy deals on the Cameramen, etc.  

 

NOTE:  I use PayPal with them, but I assume a credit card would work the same.


Just got the VAT refund credited today, The email request is is a little cumbersome but works fine. Items shipped Friday and emailed them the same day, refund today to card.

post #4206 of 4843
^ What service do Flannels use? Do you get stung with duties to the US?
post #4207 of 4843
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^ What service do Flannels use? Do you get stung with duties to the US?


DHL and not so far........

post #4208 of 4843
Really I heard horror stories about DHL (at least in Canada). Unless they have the duties built into the shipping
post #4209 of 4843

END or maybe KAFKA use to ship DHL I think, never hit with duties...But always a first time......We shall see ?

 

 

http://www.dhl-usa.com/en/express/shipping/customs_support/duties_taxes.html

post #4210 of 4843
Marrkt had the classic cameraman below listed as black. Is it black or the dark navy end was selling before?

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post #4211 of 4843
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Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post

Marrkt had the classic cameraman below listed as black. Is it black or the dark navy end was selling before?

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Definately looks navy, at least the top half but photography can be deceptive
If you are interested in an all black Cameraman - Manufactum do them. They are made by the same Authentic manufacturers but in fabrics exclusive to Manufactum under Nigel's guidance
post #4212 of 4843
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Originally Posted by Eric Gill Sans View Post

Definately looks navy, at least the top half but photography can be deceptive
If you are interested in an all black Cameraman - Manufactum do them. They are made by the same Authentic manufacturers but in fabrics exclusive to Manufactum under Nigel's guidance

Thanks for the info!
post #4213 of 4843
Any idea how the jeans measure up? True to tagged size like the trousers?
post #4214 of 4843
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I just picked up a pair of the same deck pants in a slate blue covert twill that were probably from a couple years ago. They were made by ARN Mercantile, which I am guessing is no longer the case? I have a few pairs of ARN-made Cabourn trousers that are now a size too large for me that I'll gladly save for when I'm old and fat wink.gif

Yeah, I doubt they are made by ARN these days. Whats the cut like on the ones you have? Looking at this picture from the Cabourn website, it's exactly what I was looking for for summer. Bit of room through the thigh with a nice leg opening that will look good if you roll it on a summer day as well as worn normally. CAn't find my size anywhere. Tempted to grab the 34's and hope for the best.

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Also, I found the Mallory on Superdenim. Looks like they got the smaller sizes compared to Corniche getting the larger ones. Here's a close up of the fabric, hopefully it shows why I like it so much.

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Last chance to get an impressive EVEREST PARKA in survival yellow in size 50 an NEW.

Spotted on EBAY GERMANY.

I am sure this jacket isn't yours...
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