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I've had FedEx collect at the door. But it's been a good long while since I've used them so that info is fairly dated.
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FedEx typically bills me a few weeks later for imported shoes. The Carmina's that arrived a few weeks ago resulted in a $26 customs bill from FedEx. I'm in the U.S.
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Ha! Someone asked me exactly the same thing in another thread smile.gif They are slightly wider in the forefoot than the Rain but otherwise very similar. They would suit a foot that is on the wider side.

Gerry: how does the toe box compare between Rain and Inca? My only complaint with my Inca cap toes is that they are too chiseled and press down on the top of my big toes. I have no such problem with the Forest last.
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Ok to confirm, there are 2 models that accommodate a low instep:

- Simpson
- Phila

Anything else? Forest? Inca? etc...

 

Alcudia. It is the same as Simpson but with an almond toe. 

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Alcudia. It is the same as Simpson but with an almond toe. 

Thanks!
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Well I didn't last long as an owner of one Carminas.  :brick:  Snagged the Navy Shell Greeleys from Epaulet on sale.  I think I'll be able to pull these off.

 

 

Pics of both to come.  These will probably be here before the ones I ordered direct.  

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^^^ Those are bloody terrific.

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Gerry: how does the toe box compare between Rain and Inca? My only complaint with my Inca cap toes is that they are too chiseled and press down on the top of my big toes. I have no such problem with the Forest last.

 

Interesting. I found that the toebox feels slightly wider on my Inca shoes (the oxford captoes and a pair of captoed double monks) compared to the Rain. I'll try and do a comparison with the Forest and see if I feel any difference.

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End of the year so we are taking 50% off and 10% more for VAT. 

80193 Blue and White loafer 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5E UK Consell last

80193 Brown and White loafer 6, 7.5E UK Consell last

80218 Tan calf and white twill single monk 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7.5, 9.5F UK Alcudia last

PM with any questions.


Edited by unipair guy - 12/5/13 at 5:14am
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Can you PM me the USD price on the 80218 Tan calf and white twill single monk?

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I love your carpet .

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End of the year so we are taking 50% off and 10% more for VAT. 



80193 Blue and White loafer 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5E UK Consell last



80193 Brown and White loafer 6, 7.5E UK Consell last



80218 Tan calf and white twill single monk 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7.5, 9.5F UK Alcudia last



PM with any questions.


 

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Betty told me that they don't 80250 inca double monks in Boudreaux in a size 8uk. What are my other options for purchasing these?
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I haven't seen them in Bordeaux but I have seen them in burgundy shell. Epaulet had them at one point.

It looks like Carmina e-Boutique just restocked the 80250 in tan calf. I don't want to get socked with duties but I might have to grab these while I can.
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Originally Posted by jungleroller View Post

Well I didn't last long as an owner of one Carminas.  baldy%5B1%5D.gif  Snagged the Navy Shell Greeleys from Epaulet on sale.  I think I'll be able to pull these off.
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Pics of both to come.  These will probably be here before the ones I ordered direct.  

I really really wish Epaulet carried 11.5UK sizes on the regular. I know this one has been available as a MTO, but some of the others they do for standard retail have been fantastic.

Jealous btw.
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

I haven't seen them in Bordeaux but I have seen them in burgundy shell. Epaulet had them at one point.

It looks like Carmina e-Boutique just restocked the 80250 in tan calf. I don't want to get socked with duties but I might have to grab these while I can.

How often do they restock?

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