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post #826 of 1241
Canvas is coming!

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/03/canvas-is-coming/




post #827 of 1241
the Magnolia, your classic oxford

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/03/the-magnolia-your-classic-oxford/







post #828 of 1241
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

Canvas is coming!

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/03/canvas-is-coming/



The specs are pretty hot IMO.
post #829 of 1241
For all of those in the US and have yet to hear about it, apparently the US government has just passed a law raising the exemption level of taxation on imported goods from $200 to $800. So I believe that equates to about £560.

Happy Shopping on super discounts now!!

http://tamebay.com/2016/03/increased-de-minimis-to-800-for-us-tax-duty-free-imports.html
post #830 of 1241
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

For all of those in the US and have yet to hear about it, apparently the US government has just passed a law raising the exemption level of taxation on imported goods from $200 to $800. So I believe that equates to about £560.

Happy Shopping on super discounts now!!

http://tamebay.com/2016/03/increased-de-minimis-to-800-for-us-tax-duty-free-imports.html


In Swizzyland the limit is 65 $ so lucky Americans !!! :brick:

post #831 of 1241
$40 incl. shipping in Norway coupled with outrageous fees if that limit is breached, would love to be in Swizzy. Plus your currency has appreciated against every other currency, making foreign goods cheaper; our has only depreciated and esp. against the dollar.
post #832 of 1241
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In Swizzyland the limit is 65 $ so lucky Americans !!! :brick:


What I meant was anything above 65$ gets taxed (approx 20% all in with admin fees)!

post #833 of 1241

If it makes you feel better, you're not at the bottom rung of the ladder: approximately 65% in duties and fees of the total price (outside of shipping) charged in a spectacularly devaluing currency (the South African rand). On the plus side, the two MTOs I have coming will be well worth the cost, I'm certain of it!

post #834 of 1241
we just received a restock in these models, with lots more to come (burgundy calf looks lighter in pic than in real life):

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/












post #835 of 1241
@The Shoe Snob new shoe trees I presume? Reminiscent of Vass with the round knob, I like them a lot icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #836 of 1241
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Originally Posted by Shawl Lapel View Post

@The Shoe Snob new shoe trees I presume? Reminiscent of Vass with the round knob, I like them a lot icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

yes they come from the same manufacturer. Glad that you like them!
post #837 of 1241
For those that did not know, what we used to make in what we called Antique Brown, we are now replacing with Dark Brown Museum Calf from Ilcea. Here is a peek at the Wallingford which we just received but have yet to take proper pictures of to put online

post #838 of 1241

Any other Museum Calf going to be in the upcoming RTW lineup? Or just in place of antique brown?

post #839 of 1241
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Originally Posted by BenjaminZeev View Post

Any other Museum Calf going to be in the upcoming RTW lineup? Or just in place of antique brown?

yup, also have 3 models with the navy, one in plum and one oxford in cordan (which is the color in the picture below)

post #840 of 1241

I look forward to seeing what you do with the other colors. Will there be facebook or thread updates when you are ready to reveal those?

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