Carmina Shoes - Definitive Thread (reviews, advice, sizing, etc...)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., May 3, 2011.

  1. vriche

    vriche Senior member

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    Thank you! Do most people go up 1/2 size from Rain to Inca like they do with Simpson?
     
  2. galileo

    galileo Senior member

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    I don't own one as only Simpson/Uetam fits me well.
    Mostly the same size afair
     
  3. coolarrow

    coolarrow Senior member

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    I don't remember a 15% coupon from Carmina coming up before this one.

    There was also the time they debuted their customization tool. They waived all customization charges for that short period.

    If you follow this thread, retailers like Epaulet, Skoak will have sales on Carminas and members will report about those.
     
  4. jet-stream

    jet-stream Senior member

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    Inca fits similar to Rain for me; Rain is bigger in heel and instep but about the same in toes. Inca 10 is good for me, but I can almost go down to 9.5 in Rain.

    Simpson is definitely narrower, I'd suggest going up a half size (10.5 Simpson is perfect for me).
     
  5. Carmina

    Carmina Member Affiliate Vendor

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    Karengrein should be more durable for snowy regions.
     
  6. Carmina

    Carmina Member Affiliate Vendor

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    Good afternoon @phsiao08, https://www.carminashoemaker.us/shipping-return If you wish to exchange or return an item, you will be sent a FedEx return label upon request. You would only be responsible for paying in case of refund. There is a flat return rate of 35$ that will be subtracted from your refund to partially make up for the shipping, handling and custom costs.

    Do make sure to inform us if your items have any kind of fault and we will study other possibilities.

    Have a lovely day!
     

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