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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Rollin Tumble, Feb 1, 2010.
There's supposed to be no duties, but it'll garner taxes though, to the effect of 13% of the stated value on the package. I think going with you would probably be the best price a Canadian can get first quality 1K Miles for.
Yeah, it looks like even with the tax and shipping people would save a good chunk of change.
probably true but hard for me cause ive not been able to find a 1000k boot anywhere near my size to try for size here in toronto. its said alot here that we ought to size down 1 full size but if i have to return to you cause wrong size i will end up losing the money i would save if i knew my size.
Have you tried DueWest/Next Door near Queen and Spadina?
Do people here generally put vibram topy soles on their boots?
I would, but I live in the Midwest where we get rain, sleet and snow.
It is hit or miss. I have had stuffs sent to me from US with no tax nor duties and other time with tax and 'broker fees' charged by the courier. I was told that getting stuffs shipped by USPS has the lowest chance of getting hit with duties.
Epaulet also has black 1K Miles on markdown, in a few larger sizes and 7.5; pretty good deal at $255.
Go to a different cobbler. I had my NIB 1K's half-soled no problem. I chose Vibram's Raptor sole. Cost me $27 bucks.
I will shop around then. Thank you!
I just bought a pair today from B2 on Queen St. W. They had 1 pair in rust, and 1 pair in brown. The rust just happened to be my size. On sale for $275 too.
do you recall what sizes they had in stock? thanks for the info
Anyone tried removing the to reinforcement so the toe settles naturally and not have that weird bump even after multiple wearing?
Possibly, I really liked the contrast of the brown soles but it wouldn't be worth me paying full price for the soles alone. Any idea of how I can remove the black polish from the soles? I think I can use fine grit sandpaper to remove some of the black polish then seal with some sno seal.
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