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Did you get hit with customs?

No
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Congratulations, but for the asked money it must be good service and fast shipping. Still can't understand why not buy from Leffot or Axel's for less?

It's pretty simple really.

Leffot doesn't have my size, and I paid a grand total of $12 dollars more at Unipair after considering price plus shipping.

Axel's website doesn't even offer the dark oak calf Dover.
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I'd like to give a shout out to Unipair. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

On Sunday I ordered, via email, dark oak Dovers on the 606 from Unipair after receiving very prompt emails about pricing and availability. Paid for them via Paypal invoice. It was my first Unipair order. I had been unable to locate said Dovers in my size for quite some time. They were shipped on Monday (from South Korea, and for free), and they arrived at my office this morning. Great service, wonderful shoes, ridiculously fast shipping (South Korea to US). Kudos.


We are happy to hear you are enjoying your shoes and that shopping with us was easy and comfortable.  We love what we do and what we sell so want want to pass that along to Styleforum members and customers.  We just received some new Edward Green models that are stunning!  We hope you have a great weekend and look forward to hearing what you think about the new models.  biggrin.gif 

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Lovely Galway boots Michael, I like the bronze colour and think it will age beautifully. Congratulations and enjoy. Regards,
Farhad

Thanks! smile.gif
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It was a long wait, but it was worth it. Ordered these puppies from skoaktiebolaget in nov last year and they arrived this week. 4 months waiting isnt that bad imo.

I had been told it could take 6, so I was really happy when Patrik called me yesterday and told me they had arrived.

The pictures are taken in direct sunlight and I've tried to take the shots from different angles so you can get a feel for the color.

It is quite hard to get a photo which does them justice.

 

Hope you'll enjoy them. Welland 888 Burgundy Antique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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^^Those look real nice! Great combo, deets on the socks?
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^^Those look real nice! Great combo, deets on the socks?

Socks are from http://www.lachemise.se/collections/socks

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It was a long wait, but it was worth it. Ordered these puppies from skoaktiebolaget in nov last year and they arrived this week. 4 months waiting isnt that bad imo.
I had been told it could take 6, so I was really happy when Patrik called me yesterday and told me they had arrived.
The pictures are taken in direct sunlight and I've tried to take the shots from different angles so you can get a feel for the color.
It is quite hard to get a photo which does them justice.

Hope you'll enjoy them. Welland 888 Burgundy Antique







Beautiful shoes and a lovely colour, congratulations and enjoy.
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Hope you'll enjoy them. Welland 888 Burgundy Antique

How much extra was the flush taps? Really considering a pair of Beaulieu or Sanderson sometime the end of this year and curious what the costs of certain "upgrades" would be.
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Comparison pic for those who care about these things; the Galway made for Holland & Holland on the right with a similar C&J shooting boot (also for Holland & Holland) on the left. Not much to separate the two, although I like the higher leg of the C&J version:

 

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How much extra was the flush taps? Really considering a pair of Beaulieu or Sanderson sometime the end of this year and curious what the costs of certain "upgrades" would be.

They were 0 SEK because I actually forgot to charge Mr. Nordin for these. smile.gif Usually they are 375 SEK (about $45 ex VAT)
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They were 0 SEK because I actually forgot to charge Mr. Nordin for these. smile.gif Usually they are 375 SEK (about $45 ex VAT)

oh snap :)

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Interesting comparison on the Galway boots, except for the height and the pull tabs at the back I cannot really tell the difference . I sometimes wonder if they are all made in the same factories!
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Interesting comparison on the Galway boots, except for the height and the pull tabs at the back I cannot really tell the difference . I sometimes wonder if they are all made in the same factories!

 

To be fair, it's a classic English boot pattern and not exclusive to the Galway. I do prefer the higher leg on the C&J model, in this case.

 

C&J's Snowdon, Alfred Sargent's Selkirk and Kelso boots, Cheaney's Rannoch and several older models from now-defunct makers (Lotus being the pioneers, but also Tecnic and George Webb) have all looked similar to those boots at some point.

 

Most of them have used heavier-duty zug grain though.

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