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buying nudies in america from european website?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by blahblah1, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. blahblah1

    blahblah1 New Member

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    does anyone know a european website where i can buy a pair of nudies(much cheaper there) and get it shipped to the US?

    i know oipolloi.com but they are sold out of almost all rrds sizes.

    thanks!
     
  2. HEWSINATOR

    HEWSINATOR Well-Known Member

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    The price on revolve.com is pretty good with the 30% off new customer discount, you just need to sign up somewhere on the site. Can try kitchener.ch too.
     
  3. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    The price on revolve.com is pretty good with the 30% off new customer discount, you just need to sign up somewhere on the site. Can try kitchener.ch too.


    I looked at kitchener, but with shipping, a lot of the deals on the non-selvage stuff aren't that great. For example, a pair of dry Svens shipped will run about $136, vs. $155 in the stores. The selvage Ralfs looked like a better deal. Do you know how often they restock? I am really interested in Svens in Selvage, but they didn't have them.
     
  4. swooc

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    anyone here whos bought from kitchener.ch can tell me if worldwide shipping is as long as what their FAQ states? 15 business days? Or is it normally alot quicker.

    Thanks
     
  5. sbbbjm

    sbbbjm Well-Known Member

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    on mynudies they have a whole thred devoted to kitchener. apparently it has been annywhere to the 2 weeks listed to a month. although i do remember that they said you can do express shipping and its 10 bucks more and you get them in a week
     
  6. cchen

    cchen Well-Known Member

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    It definitely varies, depending on where you live. I've gotten things in NY in less than 2 weeks, while it took almost a month for my friend in MD to get his goods.
     
  7. chipopo

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    Hi,

    I've ordered a pair of RRDS at kitchener's. Customer service is pretty good. It took exactly 15 working days to get here to Israel. Their price is also good (I had to pay additional 16% taxes).

    Chipopo
     
  8. TrojanGarb

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    Doing the math, it looks like 30% off revolve versus kicthener would cost exactly the same... about $180 - For RRDS. So its probably wiser to get the quicker shipping in the US.
     
  9. DGP

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    Another good one I found was www.zoovillage.com. It is Swedish, but they have a good sellection. I found it by going to Nudie's store finder, looking at all 1075 stores, and clicking on each that had a website. This one happens to do a pretty good online bus. NOt sure if it's online only or they also have a store.
     
  10. tweedlesinpink

    tweedlesinpink Well-Known Member

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    zoovillage unfortunately only ships EU-wide [​IMG]
     
  11. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    zoovillage unfortunately only ships EU-wide [​IMG]


    Are there services you could use that would receive the package for you and then send it on to the US?
     
  12. LA Guy

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    Are there services you could use that would receive the package for you and then send it on to the US?

    Yes, they are called friends [​IMG]
     
  13. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    Yes, they are called friends [​IMG]


    Damn, I wish I had one or two of those [​IMG].
     
  14. beefcake

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    I'll forward stuff for you from Zoovillage if you want. I don't know if you'll save alot of money though, I looked up shipping last week, don't really remember what it was, but something like $35-$40 to the US and more or less the world. I could look into it if you want to?
     
  15. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    I'll forward stuff for you from Zoovillage if you want. I don't know if you'll save alot of money though, I looked up shipping last week, don't really remember what it was, but something like $35-$40 to the US and more or less the world. I could look into it if you want to?


    Thanks, but at that price for shipping I'm really not convinced that I'd be saving that much, especially since they don't have my size on the one item I really want, dry selvage Svens.
     
  16. horriblyjollyjinx

    horriblyjollyjinx Well-Known Member

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    a pair of RRDS would be about $205 with shipping.
    A pair of acne max cash/raw would be about $180 shipped.
     
  17. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    For those that can navigate a German language website (it's not too hard), www.volls.de seems like they have a pretty good selection, at decent prices.
     

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