Well then, you're good to go for the tassel loafer. They're Northamptonshire made, Lodon sold, though there are plenty of other vendors for this shoe as well.veeery tempting, especially considering no more duties from the customs bandits regarding UK goods.
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CETA, as I understand it, is like NAFTA. Involves the EU countries.Well then, you're good to go for the tassel loafer. They're Northamptonshire made, Lodon sold, though there are plenty of other vendors for this shoe as well.
But I'm afraid the Blucher/derby is from Majorca via Poland. Sorry, I suspect the Banditti are in full vigor in your neck of the woods -
Well, if Canada's agreement includes all EU countries, I'd think you should get a break on custom's duties on either pair. Didn't double check, but I'm pretty sure both Spain and Poland are in the EU.CETA, as I understand it, is like NAFTA. Involves the EU countries.
Although I'm slightly uncertain, seeing as Brexit would make the UK not part of the EU, but perhaps that just hasn't taken effect yet.
I've had other Canadian folks over at TOF mention that they bought shoes from Carmina, Meermin, Carlos Santos, C&J, AS etc with no duties, just taxes and shipping.
So perhaps all these options are duty free :amazing:!
Those are exceptionally handsome shoes!These are my blue suede shoes, a wholecut from Meermin in the Ama last. They're my favorite pair of shoes but get the least wear due to the color and closed lacing. I get compliments on them every time out.