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On a recent order direct from Carmina shipped via FedEx to me (in Atlanta) consisting of suede chukka boots and two pairs of shoe trees for a total value of about $560, the total charge from FedEx was $37.55. This amount included all duties, customs and fees. Hope this helps.

 

Thanks, pp!

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Anyone know if there's a Carmina retailer in Montreal?
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Anyone know if there's a Carmina retailer in Montreal?

 



Why not e-mail Carmina and ask them?
post #6244 of 8110
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Anyone know if there's a Carmina retailer in Montreal?

 

Carmina has a list of retailers on the website. I think it's fairly updated.

 

http://www.carminashoemaker.com/web/shops_world.php?lang=eng

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Anyone know if there's a Carmina retailer in Montreal?
Clusier habilleur. Though I have never visited
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Clusier habilleur. Though I have never visited

Many thanks...I was curious because I'll be going their for business in a couple months. Anyone know if you have to pay duties when coming back to the US?
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Many thanks...I was curious because I'll be going their for business in a couple months. Anyone know if you have to pay duties when coming back to the US?

 

   you'll get a customs declaration on your way back in    you could smuggle them I suppose

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Many thanks...I was curious because I'll be going their for business in a couple months. Anyone know if you have to pay duties when coming back to the US?

Their prices are not competitive. $695 and up before sales tax, which is 15% in quebec. So you're looking at ~$800 for a pair, not factoring in duties. I would look to US retailers, skoak, or carmina directly as it would cost less even if customs decided to nail you.

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Their prices are not competitive. $695 and up before sales tax, which is 15% in quebec. So you're looking at ~$800 for a pair, not factoring in duties. I would look to US retailers, skoak, or carmina directly as it would cost less even if customs decided to nail you.

 

Or just get them from Leatherfoot in Toronto if you don't want to import.  No customs / duties to worry about.  And  a much better starting point than $695.

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AppleMark

One of the best sellers of the year 80250 Inca last Double monk in cordovan Burgundy. in Japan one of the most wanted models in cordovan from Carmina

I need these!! How much do they go for LuisCF??

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Guys, how do the monks fit in comparison to a pair of balmorals? I read somewhere they tend to fit larger?

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Some newly polished Chukkas that I posted on instagram, bought from skoaktiebolaget last year.

Second pic is from instagram where the lo-fi filter was used.

 

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^^^Absolutely Stunning!!^^^
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^^^Absolutely Stunning!!^^^

 

I quite agree - gorgeous!

 

niklas - what polishing method did you use?


Edited by RogerP - 10/19/13 at 4:29am
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^^^Absolutely Stunning!!^^^

Agree!!!

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