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Can anyone shed some light on the duty charges and method of shipment Meermin ships to Canada.
post #8223 of 11082
It depends. What carrier, what tax code they use, and if you're lucky or not
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Can anyone shed some light on the duty charges and method of shipment Meermin ships to Canada.
They ship with FedEx
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I am looking for black cap toe oxfords and was wondering if you could advise on how the following four models compare:

 

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=1971

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=2033

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=4042

Loake 1880 Aldwych

 

Which one would you reommend?

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Can anyone shed some light on the duty charges and method of shipment Meermin ships to Canada.
Just search this thread for Canada. But basically 13% HST (Ontario), 18% duties, and about $10 FedEx service charge.
post #8227 of 11082
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I am looking for black cap toe oxfords and was wondering if you could advise on how the following four models compare:

 

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=1971

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=2033

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=4042

Loake 1880 Aldwych

 

Which one would you reommend?


The first one is the New Rey. Very sleek and narrow. Lots of lacing holes.

Second and third one are the same shape, both the Hiro last which is pretty much an average, classis oxford last. The difference is that the third one is made of horse butt and is a quarter broque (perforations on the edge of the toe cap).

 

If you are looking for a standard-issue every day black shoe I would choose the second one. If you have narrow feet or like elongated lasts the first one might be the best choice. Because it is in the superior Linea Maestro line it has better construction and leather and is therefore more expensive. The third one just had more expensive leather but theoretically the same construction quality as the second one.

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Yeah if you have the money to spend get something in the Linea Maestro range or the shell cordovan options would be the go, the classic line shoes are good value for money (and im quite happy with my brown cap toe oxfords, thanks meermin) but the leather and construction on them imo is a little behind the Loake you referenced.  A lot of the classic loakes also tend to run a little wider so less likely to have sizing issues.

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The third one just had more expensive leather but theoretically the same construction quality as the second one.
I'm pretty sure Meermin's shell is built with Linea Maestro standards.
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I'm pretty sure Meermin's shell is built with Linea Maestro standards.

 

All the LM appear to be GY2 handwelted, the shell linked above has machine welted on the page just like the classic line.

post #8231 of 11082

Trying to get Pepe to make me a pair of burgundy shell longwings. Thought it might be a good Alden alternative

 

They used to sell them but they are gone now so i suppose my only option is MTO.

 

Here they were before on their tumblr.

post #8232 of 11082
Why is a sky welt?
post #8233 of 11082

Sky welt is a decoration. Does nothing good except ruins the aesthetics of many shoes.

 

Sky welt

 

 

Flat welt

 

post #8234 of 11082

More than aesthetics isn't the purpose of a storm/sky welt to prevent water from potentially getting in to the small space that can exist on a flat welt?

post #8235 of 11082
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The first one is the New Rey. Very sleek and narrow. Lots of lacing holes.

Second and third one are the same shape, both the Hiro last which is pretty much an average, classis oxford last. The difference is that the third one is made of horse butt and is a quarter broque (perforations on the edge of the toe cap).

 

If you are looking for a standard-issue every day black shoe I would choose the second one. If you have narrow feet or like elongated lasts the first one might be the best choice. Because it is in the superior Linea Maestro line it has better construction and leather and is therefore more expensive. The third one just had more expensive leather but theoretically the same construction quality as the second one.

 

Thanks for the detailed explanation. I will probably go for the cheaper option (second one) as a first Meermin shoe. I heard that the Hiro last is similar to the Loake capital. I have the Loake Strands in 10, would you recommend getting the Hiro in 10 or 10.5 UK? I have fairly wide feet so the capital fits me well.

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