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Meermin Mallorca Shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by asturiano, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. cynicallysilly

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    Any update on the shearling lined dark brown boot? Another idea for the upper could be hatchgrain. (The Shoemaker World webstagram)[​IMG]
     
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  2. j3r0m3

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    Placed order for Oxfords in Hiro last. Lets see how long it would take
     
  3. gettoasty

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    Would a rubber sole cause a last to fit any differently to same last but leather sole?

    Also, anyone know when those black balmoral in Hiro last will be released? Already see the wingtip and punch cap toe. And is a black stitched cap toe any more or less formal than punched cap toe?
     
  4. zayyarwinthein

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    My current order for a pair of the tan buckles:

    • 22/mar/2014 Order introduced into the system.
    • 25/mar/2014 Order initiated.

    Still no update since though.
     
  5. mimo

    mimo Senior member

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    Mine was 26 February for a stock item...same status...
     
  6. Matthew6tcy

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    Hi all! I am going to buy my first pair of Meermin. I am going to choose one from between Plum museum calf and Burgundy Naturcalf. I often wear chinos and jeans in daily. Which pair will you guys recommend me to buy? Thanks all. Sorry for bad English.
     
  7. wurger

    wurger Senior member

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    Plum museum for sure
     
  8. Matthew6tcy

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    Thanks for you reply. I seldom see the wearing photos of both shoes. May you post it if you can? Thanks
     
  9. Matthew6tcy

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    I am afraid that Plum museum cannot match with my casual look.
     
  10. tommygoodkin

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    Email them. My order only progressed when I reminded them that I was still waiting.
     
  11. tommygoodkin

    tommygoodkin Well-Known Member

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    If you mostly wear jeans and chinos I would suggest bluchers instead of oxfords.
     
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  12. schomin

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    Has anyone here been able to get the new ray last in there actual size and not have to size up? I am a 12 B in most AE shoes I've tried and I'm wondering if since I have a more narrow foot if I could get away with ordering my normal size. So 11UK instead of 11.5UK (which Sandro recomended)
     
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  13. j3r0m3

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    3/apr/2014 Order introduced into the system.
    3/apr/2014 Order initiated.
    4/apr/2014 Order finished.
    6/apr/2014 Order paid.

    Now we wait.
     
  14. leetpuma

    leetpuma Senior member

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    Meermin sometimes errs on the side of caution. Look at their last measurement and decide for your self.

    You may very well fit 12 US -> 11 UK because your width is so thin.

    I for instance am C width and would be :
    8.5US -> 7.5UK OLFE/HIRO
    8.5US -> 8UK New Ray.

    But you may be able to becasue of your width.
     
  15. schomin

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    How does the New Ray fit for you at a half size larger like that? You're slightly on the narrow side too. Is there a lot of room beyond your toe? Is it still tight in the width or is it a little big?

    I've seen people say it's about a B width.

    Thanks for your response.
     
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  16. leetpuma

    leetpuma Senior member

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    Sorry I should have said I have never actually worn a new ray. That is what i would expect if i tried one on. Either way it would probably fit badly for my foot.

    My only point was that most of us fat foot folks need to size up to get into the new ray. (12Us->11.5uk)

    You likely have very thin foot and may not need to size up (12Us->11uk)
     
  17. schomin

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    Ahh ok. That's exactly what I was trying to get at and I don't want to size up to make it "fit". Waiting to here back from Meermin but wanted to see if anyone here knew.
     
  18. danielyam

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    How do I order the austerity brogue? Can't seem to find it anywhere
     
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  20. Osiris2012

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    That's pretty cool, it *sounds* like meermin is getting ready to revamp a lot of their line up and it *sounds*like theres some good regulars on the way but always always on the way...
     

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