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post #1 of 21
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.......now on ebay. hopefully c&j will follow one day.

http://search.ebay.de/_W0QQsassZretricker1829

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Originally Posted by Josef Seibel View Post
.......now on ebay. hopefully c&j will follow one day.

http://search.ebay.de/_W0QQsassZretricker1829


Shipping to USA £30.00
post #3 of 21
The shipping is steep, but it could still be a good deal depending on how low the auctions stay. There are no larger sizes yet though
post #4 of 21
AS THIS IS THE FACTORY SHOP WE HAVE NO ACCESS TO THE LOCAL POST OFFICE

Like where is this place... out in the UK Donga somewheres???Artikelstandort: Northampton, Großbritannien
post #5 of 21
eef. 40 pounds to canada. they could cut down on the shipping cost if they didn't use a two-day service.
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AS THIS IS THE FACTORY SHOP WE HAVE NO ACCESS TO THE LOCAL POST OFFICE

Like where is this place... out in the UK Donga somewheres???Artikelstandort: Northampton, Großbritannien

The arduous route to the Post Office from Trickers Factory Shop in Northampton can be viewedhere
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The arduous route to the Post Office from Trickers Factory Shop in Northampton can be viewedhere

Gas prices these days...geez.
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The arduous route to the Post Office from Trickers Factory Shop in Northampton can be viewedhere

pwned :/
post #9 of 21
To be fair to them, if the total weight of the package is over 1.6kg, they'd have to use a much more expensive service than Royal Mail airmail anyway.

A regular pair of shoes, in a box, with bags, and some protective bubblewrap is quite close to that. Trickers make some pretty hefty shoes so it's possible they don't really have a choice. To blame it on the distance to the Post Office is ridiculous though (I used to live in Northampton so raised an eyebrow when I saw that line in their ebay ad).
post #10 of 21
I am sure there they have a perfectly logical explanation but the shoes are listed as £40 shipping to the US while the heavy country boots with commando soles are just £30. I should buy more boots I guess.
post #11 of 21
Are Tricker's a good deal at $200?
post #12 of 21
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Are Tricker's a good deal at $200?

I would say probably yes - they're not normally available at a discount, and when they are sold in the US, they're typically around $400.
post #13 of 21
well, you can them at stp right now for $220...
post #14 of 21
I see them at 320
post #15 of 21
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well, you can them at stp right now for $220...

Just one shoe in two different color - not very good selection, which is typical of Tricker's in the USA.

Price is $320, plus I think you can get another 20% or $50 off.

It's probably a good way to figure out your size, though.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...d-For-Men.html

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I see them at 320

There's a double stacking discount code floating around - although I'm not sure it can get you all the way down to $220
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