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Don't own Meermin.Not sure anyone is asking anything at this point.
Well I guess I am or did.
Unfortunately, one of those questions wouldn't be relevant at this point because of the construction of the shoes.
One question was if you requested a refund or remake. The boys on here said you received a refund, so that answered that.
The other question was how the shoes compared to Meermin, if you had them that is. But because these AoLs are not HW'd, the question really is not appropriate.
I think the way forward here is that we pass the shoes around and compare them to each and every brand, like how my Asian parents compare me to every Asian son.So we have come to the point where the shoes that were ostensibly being compared to EG are now being compared to Meermin?
No shade to Meermin, I like them a lot, but this is not even a remotely close spectrum of shoes
Well are you a doctor, lawyer or engineer?I think the way forward here is that we pass the shoes around and compare them to each and every brand, like how my Asian parents compare me to every Asian son.
He's constructed using a never before seen method that is far superior to your inane knowledge of shoe construction methods which is both longer lasting and cheaper to the customerContextually, that question should have been whether he's hand welted, goodyear welted, or is just glued together with a single face saving stitch somewhere where it's highly visible.
Sorry, typo there. Was actually £50,000 worth of Lobbs etc from Mr. Porter.Apparently the AOL guy ordered £5,000 worth of shoes from Mr. Porter, tried them on and returned the whole lot. Their holier than thou crap about integrity and ethics are laughable and execrable.
I thought you edited this as a meme but actually checked it out and omg, you can't make this shit up haha.