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The end of February.

Cool. That right around when I ordered my Thorpe. That should be soon as well but won't get worn for a few months anyway.

Hoping to see my EG Winford soon though as that could certainly be worn now
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Cool. That right around when I ordered my Thorpe. That should be soon as well but won't get worn for a few months anyway.

Hoping to see my EG Winford soon though as that could certainly be worn now


When did you place your order?

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When did you place your order?

I think the middle of feb. being that it's unlined suede I was thinking it would work it's way through the system faster than say a hand stitched given that there are less manufacturing steps
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I think the middle of feb. being that it's unlined suede I was thinking it would work it's way through the system faster than say a hand stitched given that there are less manufacturing steps

 

I received my Malverns at almost 5 month mark which included the shipping time from Skoak. You should probably get yours soon as long as they don't have to be re-made. I'm still waiting on my Falkirks and its getting close to 8 months. 

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Wow, I was expecting the pre-orders to arrive later so I'd have more of a staggered delivery. Guess I should expect to receive everything in one big shipment any day now.
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I received my Malverns at almost 5 month mark which included the shipping time from Skoak. You should probably get yours soon as long as they don't have to be re-made. I'm still waiting on my Falkirks and its getting close to 8 months. 

We have orders coming through in everything from 4-12 months, it's not ideal but not much we can do about it. But I'd say for normal MTOs we're looking at about 6 months on average now and that's what we are quoting on our website too.
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We have orders coming through in everything from 4-12 months, it's not ideal but not much we can do about it. But I'd say for normal MTOs we're looking at about 6 months on average now and that's what we are quoting on our website too.

For me personally the long wait isn't as much troubling as the expectation of when an order will be ready. I'm more than willing to wait a year when I know this when I make my choice in the first place. I also greatly appreciate their high standards of quality, however having a clearer expectations mean something as wel. I know this isn't on you, however I'm also fairly sure your relaying this to those who should know this.
Edited by dddrees - 6/14/15 at 8:04am
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Is the Doak Galway preorder still slated to arrive in August or has the timeline changed?
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Pretty sure leaves has said multiple times if you have any pre order questions or timing questions, to email.
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One plus with tan boots is that I get to wear them year round.

 

 

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Those boots are absolutely beautiful !

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^^^ Thanks my man.

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Very nice collection bud.

 

Thank you very much :).

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One plus with tan boots is that I get to wear them year round.

 

 

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I'd forgotten how comfortable these boots were. Wore them last night for an evening out walking around Ossington area for dessert and coffee. My current fav

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Think my shoes are stuck in customs. FFS.

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Think my shoes are stuck in customs. FFS.

What shoes????
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