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Originally Posted by jreigen View Post

What is the model in black called?

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I think the box said Uppingham II
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Uppingham usually has some sort of frankenstitching on the toe area...but this says Uppingham II....I like it a lot.

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

Uppingham usually has some sort of frankenstitching on the toe area...but this says Uppingham II....I like it a lot.

Yep, Uppingham has a wing cap toe, I believe this Uppingham II was a special makeup for Bespoke England.
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Originally Posted by Saratorial_Splender View Post

Here is Sinatra in brown hatch Grain, from St. Nick.



Are these chestnut or another color? Beautiful shoes!
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i was not aware of the UII. very pretty shoe indeed.
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Originally Posted by Odd I/O View Post

A question for those who've ordered from Bespoke England. For the Wigmore there is an option to place an order for a delivery in three months if they don't currently have your size in stock. Do they charge you the full amount upon receipt of your order or are you charged only after the shoes are completed and ready to ship? For a regular MTO I know it's 50% up front and the remaining 50% upon completion of the shoes but I'm not sure these qualify as a real MTO as there is no upcharge.

Also, has any Canadians ordered from them? How much were the custom/duties? While the sale prices are attractive customs/duties are no joke.

Regarding Canadian customs and duties...Bespoke England sent my shoes via Royal Mail. As is usual with a national postal service (including the United States Postal Service) rather than a commercial shipper (such as Fedex, UPS or DHL), my package was delivered through Canada Post with no additional duty, taxes or other charges.
Edited by Major Roadrash - 8/12/13 at 6:24pm
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So jealous... tempted to pick up a pair but being good... those Arrans are amazing. What color are those? Pine?
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No just a darker finish brown hatch grain. I think Nick had them done darker than the first generation around.
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So jealous... tempted to pick up a pair but being good... those Arrans are amazing. What color are those? Pine?

Yes, vintage pine. Wore the Grosvenor monks yesterday, I really love the MH71 last.

Found some newly reduced shoes at Bespoke England, more incoming. I'm weak... ffffuuuu.gif
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...more like brilliant... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Here's hoping for a Rothschild or Woburn in Vintage Oak or Rioja to be added to the sale. **crosses fingers**
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I saw that. Been considering one of the cherry shoes (Oakham, Westminster) but I already has the AS Moore in cherry. I don't even like cherries (the fruit).
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I'm going to try and stay strong and not pick up those Oakhams...partially because I still favor JL Chapels for that style and partially in case Nick decides to put the St. James II into the sale as I'd want to KOP 2 colors of those...
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Sale ends soon...decisions.gif Does anyone know if the Boot Trees are for Bespoke customers only?
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