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Is that model from the Maestro line? it looks great.

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Is that model from the Maestro line? it looks great.

I quite sure its from an MTO, classic line a while back. Comes in chestnut and oak antique. Really want them to bring them back.
post #14328 of 15785
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Originally Posted by Win545 View Post


Whats the original color? So sad i missed the MTO.
 
That shoe looks so much like the AE Rutledge.
post #14329 of 15785
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Originally Posted by Win545 View Post

Whats the original color? So sad i missed the MTO.

I actually only stripped and dyed the broguing. The remainder of the shoe that you see is the original color, chestnut. And yes this was a gmto. I think I'll be satisfied once I can stretch them to fit. Actually did something similar to my carminas. No before pics but they were a light tan. A little fiebings dye and some elbow grease have me these
post #14330 of 15785
If they are classic line good luck getting much stretch. Look good though, will have to keep an eye out for the chestnut captoes to replicate.

So am I only one who would wear a gold museum captoe? Is there no demand for this as to this day it surprises me that meermin just keep doing wholecut/loafers with that beautiful gold.
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Hi All, Looking for help on sizing, 

 

I currently measured myself on a Brannock, I'm essentially a 7E/7EE which most times I wear a 7.5US or 8US

 

I have a pair of AE Cliftons at 7.5D and it is way too narrow and had to sell them. I've tried some AE 7E and 7EE and they fit fine.

 

Looking for the Hiro 101198 - BLACK CALF. Should I grab the 7.5US/6.5UK or the 8US/7UK? Thanks for help all. 

 

These are the dimensions i'm seeing for the sizes from Meermin website.

 6.5  7.5  40-  96mm  268mm
 7  8  40+  97mm  272mm
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Originally Posted by kevinsyn View Post

Hi All, Looking for help on sizing, 

I currently measured myself on a Brannock, I'm essentially a 7E/7EE which most times I wear a 7.5US or 8US

I have a pair of AE Cliftons at 7.5D and it is way too narrow and had to sell them. I've tried some AE 7E and 7EE and they fit fine.

Looking for the Hiro 101198 - BLACK CALF. Should I grab the 7.5US/6.5UK or the 8US/7UK? Thanks for help all. 

These are the dimensions i'm seeing for the sizes from Meermin website.























 6.5  7.5  40-  96mm  268mm
 7  8  40+  97mm  272mm

If your feet are wide, you should go with uk7 since hiro last has a low instep and narrow toe box.
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In mu experience, the Hiro last runs true to size

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If your feet are wide, you should go with uk7 since hiro last has a low instep and narrow toe box.

 

I've thought the Hiro was a higher instep that usual?

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Need to send something back. What is the cheapest way to do so, with tracking of course?
Thanks in advance!
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Need to send something back. What is the cheapest way to do so, with tracking of course?
Thanks in advance!

Depends on the price..return shipping for Meermin will eat up a bit of cost. I would generally go USPS international or Fedex. 

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It is often easier to sell them on B&S rather than sending them back, and buy a different pair. Unless, of course, there are serious QC issues
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Need to send something back. What is the cheapest way to do so, with tracking of course?
Thanks in advance!
post #14338 of 15785
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Need to send something back. What is the cheapest way to do so, with tracking of course?
Thanks in advance!

USPS is about $45-$50 from the east coast.
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Originally Posted by Shawl Lapel View Post

USPS is about $45-$50 from the east coast.

Thanks. I'm pretty sure that service does not offer tracking. One possible hack is to insure the whole package (coverage up to $200 is included - pay a few dollars for more coverage) and this way if somehow the package goes missing, you get paid by the insurance - either way you get your refund...
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Originally Posted by mosy View Post

Thanks. I'm pretty sure that service does not offer tracking. One possible hack is to insure the whole package (coverage up to $200 is included - pay a few dollars for more coverage) and this way if somehow the package goes missing, you get paid by the insurance - either way you get your refund...

Mine did. That's how I know it sat in customs in Spain for almost a month tongue.gif
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