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Originally Posted by dvskei View Post

can Meermin make a suede jodhpur? i'd be so in for something with a Dainite sole and tan-ish color. like this:

I'd be pretty keen for a nice jodhpur

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Originally Posted by Nolvadex View Post

I'd be pretty keen for a nice jodhpur

Me too
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post


Me too


 Same here,

 

Meermin pls

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sent an email to meermin about this a few days ago, no reply plain.gif
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Originally Posted by Nolvadex View Post

I'd be pretty keen for a nice jodhpur
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

Me too
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post


 Same here,

Meermin pls
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I sent an email about the GMTO boots to Meermin, got an answer the following day YMMV. 

 

I was going back and forth between the Galway-like boots and the Balmoral boots both in burgundy grained and smooth calf leather.

 

I've just ordered the last pair of Balmoral boots closing the order of this model. I think the galway is really nice but a bit too casual if worn with a suit, don't you guys think so too ? The balmoral would be more versatile imo.

 

 

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Originally Posted by riton View Post

I sent an email about the GMTO boots to Meermin, got an answer the following day YMMV. 

+1
All the recent emails I've sent got replies within few hours and they were very helpful.
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Originally Posted by riton View Post

I was going back and forth between the Galway-like boots and the Balmoral boots both in burgundy grained and smooth calf leather.

I've just ordered the last pair of Balmoral boots closing the order of this model. I think the galway is really nice but a bit too casual if worn with a suit, don't you guys think so too ? The balmoral would be more versatile imo.

The Galway-inspired boot is definitely more casual, denim and chinos are the obvious choice, IMO.

I think they are doing a fantastic work with the new pictures, antiqued colors and Boots GMTO, especially the balmoral boots
I really love these, they look amazing for the price, but I would rarely use an oxford boot.

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I'm waiting this Galway-like boot GMTO without Storm-welt (they told me they plan to do it soon) double leather sole would be perfect but I doubt they will make them without rubber sole.

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Considering the difference of around 1000€ between them and the real Galway, I think they are absolutely worth a try!
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Sent them an email concerning a pending order 2 days ago, not a single reply yet. Maybe it's because it's the week-end?

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Originally Posted by dvskei View Post

sent an email to meermin about this a few days ago, no reply plain.gif


Sent them an email several months ago about this. No reply obv.
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

The Galway-inspired boot is definitely more casual, denim and chinos are the obvious choice, IMO.

I'm waiting this Galway-like boot GMTO without Storm-welt (they told me they plan to do it soon) double leather sole would be perfect but I doubt they will make them without rubber sole.

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Considering the difference of around 1000€ between them and the real Galway, I think they are absolutely worth a try!

I might purchase this antiquated Galway next month (it is also available in the regular store) don't want to spend to much in one shot !

I know they look amazing. I didn't really pay attention to the welt, didn't know what it was, have learnt since. The burgundy Galway is available in flat welt whereas the antiquated oak is in storm welt. It is purely of aesthetics you want a flat welt ?
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I might purchase this antiquated Galway next month (it is also available in the regular store) don't want to spend to much in one shot !

I know they look amazing. I didn't really pay attention to the welt, didn't know what it was, have learnt since. The burgundy Galway is available in flat welt whereas the antiquated oak is in storm welt. It is purely of aesthetics you want a flat welt ?

Yes, merely aesthetic reason,
I used to like a lot storm welted (chunky) shoes in the past, but now I actually prefer the cleaner look of flat welt even for double soled shoes/boots.
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

Sent them an email several months ago about this. No reply obv.
hah nvm, just got a reply this morning. suggested the jodhpur in a gold suede like this or snuff suede

Thank you very much for your interest in our MTO Groups!

We will strongly consider your suggestion for upcoming MTO Groups & will inform you if finally a style like the one you suggest is being offered!
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Originally Posted by dvskei View Post

hah nvm, just got a reply this morning. suggested the jodhpur in a gold suede like this or snuff suede

Thank you very much for your interest in our MTO Groups!

We will strongly consider your suggestion for upcoming MTO Groups & will inform you if finally a style like the one you suggest is being offered!
Also in for these. Not sure what would be the best last shape, I feel hiro is slightly too blobby.
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Originally Posted by MTLinStyle View Post

holy shit. still no way around this? cant they ship via their domestic courier
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