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Thanks. It's a stock model (10085).
post #377 of 9498
...green shell cordovan. I wonder if Horween has made this stuff for other makers as well.
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...green shell cordovan. I wonder if Horween has made this stuff for other makers as well.

I don't know. I only know that they don't have any more of the makeup in stock at Carmina IN MY SIZE! cloud.gif

Seriously, Horween does lot work 'to spec' so I'm sure they can make up just about any color if requested.
post #379 of 9498
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...green shell cordovan. I wonder if Horween has made this stuff for other makers as well.

Rancourt has (does?) offer green shell beefroll penny loafers, so I think the answer is that if people want green shell, Horween can make it. Hardly seems like a difficult color to produce. You'd think that green would cover up most imperfections as well as #8, black, etc. Same with navy. Just not a lot of demand, I guess.
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Just not a lot of demand, I guess.

Definitely demand here smile.gif
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Definitely demand here smile.gif

Are they on the way?
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Are they on the way?

No, demand, not supply... (of expendable cash that is)
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I had Betty try to track me down a pair.........there was one pair on the stocklist in Paris........but they couldn't find the actual shoes....................cloud.gif

She was unable to tell me if they would do a general restock of this makeup or not.

I've been on a several month 'no purchase' plan so I was feeling ok(ish) about the expenditure.
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No, demand, not supply... (of expendable cash that is)

Excuses - we all have them wink.gif
post #385 of 9498
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Definitely demand here smile.gif

Would be tempted myself. My excuse is, not available in my size.
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Here are a couple shots of my pair.

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583

both thumbs up.
post #387 of 9498
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I had Betty try to track me down a pair.........there was one pair on the stocklist in Paris........but they couldn't find the actual shoes....................cloud.gif
She was unable to tell me if they would do a general restock of this makeup or not.
I've been on a several month 'no purchase' plan so I was feeling ok(ish) about the expenditure.

Whats the story with the VAT price ordering right from them - if its listed at 510 EU, what do they do for shipping to US?
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both thumbs up.

Thank you.
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Whats the story with the VAT price ordering right from them - if its listed at 510 EU, what do they do for shipping to US?

Not sure about ordering from a Carmina store, but when ordering from the Carmina website, they deduct the VAT once you create an account with a delivery address outside the EU and charge 40 Euros for DHL shipping, per pair. That's steep, but delivery was fast. The pair I ordered arrived in less than 5 days.
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Not sure about ordering from a Carmina store, but when ordering from the Carmina website, they deduct the VAT once you create an account with a delivery address outside the EU and charge 40 Euros for DHL shipping, per pair. That's steep, but delivery was fast. The pair I ordered arrived in less than 5 days.

Thats what I meant, yeah. Whats the VAT, 20%?
post #390 of 9498
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Thank you.
Not sure about ordering from a Carmina store, but when ordering from the Carmina website, they deduct the VAT once you create an account with a delivery address outside the EU and charge 40 Euros for DHL shipping, per pair. That's steep, but delivery was fast. The pair I ordered arrived in less than 5 days.

imo, that's not out of place for express service. standard rates from EU to US start at € 25
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