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post #5956 of 11983
These in the plum museums. http://meerminshoes.tumblr.com/post/50839177615/meermin-mto-for-mr-eh-plain-toe-double-monks-in
post #5957 of 11983
No burnishing on my brown museum MTOs. Pics of the creases when I get a chance.
post #5958 of 11983

Hi all, 

MTO Update:

If your name appears below, you need to PM me with the following form, filled out appropriately:

 

 

- Full name
- Email address or Paypal address
- Shipping address
- UK sizing
- Text to be typed on the lining (Name, initials,...)
- Solid brass pegged monogram on the waist.

#3.- And also if any of them request for any of the following extras:

- Regular Meermin shoe trees: 35€(VAT incl.) = 28,93€(VAT excl.)
- Lasted shoe trees (Minimum 10-12 pairs): 75€(VAT incl.) =*61,98€(VAT excl.)
- Flushed toe caps installed: 20€(VAT incl.) = 16,53€(VAT excl.)

#4.- Shoes Pricing:

- Non EU residents: 260€(VAT excl.)
- EU residents: 330€(VAT incl.)

#5.- Shipping costs, for that group buy I will offer you guys, half price on the shipping costs, so:

- USA & Canada: 17.,5€
- Europe: 10€
- Asia: 20€
- Australia & NZ: 22,5€
- Others: ASK

 

(Ignore the bold, that was me from another forum)

 

I'm chasing the following people:

 

nomfup

kwhunter

etostano

vriche

SouthNarc

Mansfield Stake

lychrychy

Fiestaplatypus

WiredandTried

MonkeyFace

Chogall

 

Cheers!

Alex

post #5959 of 11983

What do you guys think of the brown shoe?This are the new designs in Meermin's lineup

 

 

 

I think I will finalize the design shortly after taking into account all of your suggestions and feedback. Thanks guys! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #5960 of 11983
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

Hi all, 


MTO Update:


If your name appears below, you need to PM me with the following form, filled out appropriately:


- Full name


- Email address or Paypal address


- Shipping address


- UK sizing


- Text to be typed on the lining (Name, initials,...)


- Solid brass pegged monogram on the waist.




#3.- And also if any of them request for any of the following extras:




- Regular Meermin shoe trees: 35€(VAT incl.) = 28,93€(VAT excl.)


- Lasted shoe trees (Minimum 10-12 pairs): 75€(VAT incl.) =*61,98€(VAT excl.)


- Flushed toe caps installed: 20€(VAT incl.) = 16,53€(VAT excl.)




#4.- Shoes Pricing:




- Non EU residents: 260€(VAT excl.)


- EU residents: 330€(VAT incl.)




#5.- Shipping costs, for that group buy I will offer you guys, half price on the shipping costs, so:




- USA & Canada: 17.,5€


- Europe: 10€


- Asia: 20€


- Australia & NZ: 22,5€


- Others: ASK


(Ignore the bold, that was me from another forum)


I'm chasing the following people:


nomfup
kwhunter
etostano
vriche
SouthNarc
Mansfield Stake
lychrychy
Fiestaplatypus
WiredandTried
MonkeyFace
Chogall

Cheers!


Alex

Hi Alex, it'd be nice if you can send us a confirmation once you have collected all the information. Since I joined to MTO program at a very late stage, so I am not sure whether I am in or not (though I pm-ed you all the order detail). Thank you.
post #5961 of 11983
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What do you guys think of the brown shoe?This are the new designs in Meermin's lineup




I think I will finalize the design shortly after taking into account all of your suggestions and feedback. Thanks guys!

I believe that design is available in the existing LM collection, but in the NR last? (http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=2353). Guess the differences lie in the Olfe last being used here! I like it, just a little unsure if I'd prefer a plain toe over a punched toe happy.gif
post #5962 of 11983
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Originally Posted by griffon_id View Post


Hi Alex, it'd be nice if you can send us a confirmation once you have collected all the information. Since I joined to MTO program at a very late stage, so I am not sure whether I am in or not (though I pm-ed you all the order detail). Thank you.


Hi mate,

 

Sorry for not PM'ing back. I literally had to wade through 30 PM's. I'm getting a good dozen PM's a day, so sometimes I forget to PM back confirmation. I've got all your details, thanks. 

 

What I'm doing is using a spreadsheet, with each person having a page. The form sits there, and when I get their details, I update that person's form, and colour coding the spreadsheet so I know I've got them up to date. 

 

Anyway, still chasing a lot of people!

Cheers,

 

Alex

post #5963 of 11983
Quote:
Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post


Hi mate,

Sorry for not PM'ing back. I literally had to wade through 30 PM's. I'm getting a good dozen PM's a day, so sometimes I forget to PM back confirmation. I've got all your details, thanks. 

What I'm doing is using a spreadsheet, with each person having a page. The form sits there, and when I get their details, I update that person's form, and colour coding the spreadsheet so I know I've got them up to date. 

Anyway, still chasing a lot of people!


Cheers,

Alex

Hi Alex,

Thanks for the feedback and I really appreciate your coordinating on this MTO re-run.
Looking forward your instruction to proceed for the next step.
Thanks.

TL
post #5964 of 11983
Quote:
Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post


Hi mate,

Sorry for not PM'ing back. I literally had to wade through 30 PM's. I'm getting a good dozen PM's a day, so sometimes I forget to PM back confirmation. I've got all your details, thanks. 

What I'm doing is using a spreadsheet, with each person having a page. The form sits there, and when I get their details, I update that person's form, and colour coding the spreadsheet so I know I've got them up to date. 

Anyway, still chasing a lot of people!


Cheers,

Alex

Hahaaaa! Fun innit? And I only had 15 to deal with!

I'm stealing your spreadsheet idea!
post #5965 of 11983
OK, thought on this please?
This shows the creasing on the shoes after about 4 hours wear with the left being far more pronounced. I feel they fit a tiny bit long but nothing serious
post #5966 of 11983
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post #5967 of 11983
Quote:
Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

OK, thought on this please?
This shows the creasing on the shoes after about 4 hours wear with the left being far more pronounced. I feel they fit a tiny bit long but nothing serious
 

All I know is that my shoes got delivered today, and I pray that mine won't look like that after only 4 hours..

post #5968 of 11983
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Originally Posted by coupas View Post

All I know is that my shoes got delivered today, and I pray that mine won't look like that after only 4 hours..
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post #5969 of 11983
Quote:
Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

OK, thought on this please?
This shows the creasing on the shoes after about 4 hours wear with the left being far more pronounced. I feel they fit a tiny bit long but nothing serious

 

The thing isn't that they fit too long, I don't think.  I think the last is too long i.e. even if they feel snug on the feet, the toes aren't far enough into the toebox, because ideally your size might be one smaller, in a wider fitting (whether or not that exists).  I've seen this a lot with people wearing G&G in this forum - going up a size, that feels fine, fits fine in a way, but wears wrong because the toe box is just too far away from the end of the foot.  I find after a while that the shoe starts to look an odd, shape, as most of it begins to mould to the foot, but the toe begins to look increasingly separate!

 

Honestly it's one of the reasons I haven't gone for these MTOs: if the lasts aren't right to fit in the normal size, then they don't fit and I don't want them.  If MTO is non-retuernable, I'm not taking a chance on a last that I don't already know fits (and preferably in the same style - I've different sizes in oxford and derby on the same last in one case).  Of course I could be wrong about yours, but I think as a general thing, if the regular size doesn't fit, don't size up - get a wider fitting if available, or a different last if not.

post #5970 of 11983
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

The thing isn't that they fit too long, I don't think.  I think the last is too long i.e. even if they feel snug on the feet, the toes aren't far enough into the toebox, because ideally your size might be one smaller, in a wider fitting (whether or not that exists).  I've seen this a lot with people wearing G&G in this forum - going up a size, that feels fine, fits fine in a way, but wears wrong because the toe box is just too far away from the end of the foot.  I find after a while that the shoe starts to look an odd, shape, as most of it begins to mould to the foot, but the toe begins to look increasingly separate!

Honestly it's one of the reasons I haven't gone for these MTOs: if the lasts aren't right to fit in the normal size, then they don't fit and I don't want them.  If MTO is non-retuernable, I'm not taking a chance on a last that I don't already know fits (and preferably in the same style - I've different sizes in oxford and derby on the same last in one case).  Of course I could be wrong about yours, but I think as a general thing, if the regular size doesn't fit, don't size up - get a wider fitting if available, or a different last if not.
That's the thing, I didn't size up, this is my regular size!
I've sized my on order MTO down half based on this but they're not cap toes so it wouldn't have been so bad anyway. The right shoe is fine but the left is now creasing all the way back on the inside. Think I'm gonna email Pepe, something ain't right!
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