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post #1306 of 1313
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Spex you can get the japanese Kamakura to send directly to you - skip the freight forwarding step all together. 

they're going to stop doing that soon, or have already. an email was sent out recently
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they're going to stop doing that soon, or have already. an email was sent out recently

 

Motherfuckers.

 

Jshoppers here we come. 

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Spex you can get the japanese Kamakura to send directly to you - skip the freight forwarding step all together. 

Did they offer to cover the costs of duty when shopping via the Japanese site?
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Did they offer to cover the costs of duty when shopping via the Japanese site?

 

I live downunder, no duty unless order >$1000

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I live downunder, no duty unless order >$1000

I live in Canada and was charged $60 duty for 2 shirts once...hense the reason I send my orders now to Japanese in-laws.
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Shame all those new casual shirts are cut in the tokyo block by the looks of it, I'd pick up 3 or 4 but the sleeves are super short
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39-87 is such a popular size ffffuuuu.gif
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to the kamakura experts, regarding fit:

i'm looking to buy a couple of the shirts from the new casual line. however, in my experience, i found clothes from Japan/Asia to fit much slimmer/shorter than i am used to. I'm a 40/15.75 in most other euro and US makers, but according to the item's details, it advises a tokyo slim 39-40 to go with a medium. however, my chest is a little bigger for the size. so between my chest leaning towards a large (in spite of a smaller neck), this shirt having back darts and 2% shrinkage, i can't decide between medium and large.

thoughts ?
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