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fabric is made in switzerland, garment assembled elsewhere (only the garment tag can tell us that now)

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For those that ordered the p10A-E from US, I assume this is the code you will use to lower customs? 

Stotz (cotton) Pants (P23-S, P26-S)
6203.42.45 

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Digging through the archives, and wondering if anyone can clear something up for me.

Old copy for the J36-GT lists the number of pockets as 9, including a mezzanine and internal pocket. The current version has only 5. Was the original copy wrong? Where were the other pockets? I mean, even if we allow for an internal pocket of some kind, and guess that the mezzanine pocket was behind the map pocket, there's still 2 pockets unaccounted for...

Also interesting that there was a version of the J36-GT that had only one gravity pocket...

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Spec-sheet was a typo; the original online copy stated the correct 6 pockets (1 flak, 1 mezz, 2 gravity, 2 normal).

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1 minute ago, piece keeper said:

Spec-sheet was a typo; the original online copy stated the correct 6 pockets (1 flak, 1 mezz, 2 gravity, 2 normal).

And the mezzanine was behind the flak?

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4 hours ago, rmc said:

For those that ordered the p10A-E from US, I assume this is the code you will use to lower customs? 

Stotz (cotton) Pants (P23-S, P26-S)
6203.42.45 

Considering the P10A-E isn’t cotton, you might have a tough time with that.

I’m going to try 6203.43.03.00 or 6203.43.11.90 (synthetic fibers, RPO and water resistant) based on some cursory glances at the HTS.

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i hate to ask but are there updated codes for stotz pants and stotz jackets? I haven't purchased stotz in quite some time.

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6201.99.8010 worked fine for me as far as jackets. Lowered to 4%

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Someone who has received his J36-S confirmed that it is made in Europe. 

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In the Instagram comments on the J1A post, he did seem to indicate that it was just that jacket being manufactured there (for now).

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Can’t seem to find more info on Canada-EFTA for MIE products regarding duties and customs. 

Any fellow Canucks can help me out? 

Cheers 

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1 hour ago, JoseRizal said:

Can’t seem to find more info on Canada-EFTA for MIE products regarding duties and customs. 

Any fellow Canucks can help me out? 

Cheers 

try looking up CETA, when your package arrives in Canada, UPS will notify you about HST 13% in Ontario and like a $10 handling fee. 

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In case there was any doubt, J36 looks like it was made in the EU. As a Canadian, I was charged HST plus a small import fee (like 10 bucks)—just as was expected from comments above. Thanks guys!

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Anyone having trouble getting in touch with UPS to update HTS codes? Called a bunch of times and I always get to a full mailbox or someone that keeps forwarding me to another person. My last name starts with K and I tried Tina griffin (who was like is this for acronym? LOL guessing y’all been bugging her) who then forwarded me to Xiamorra but I can’t seem to get through to her. 

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29 minutes ago, segue said:

Anyone having trouble getting in touch with UPS to update HTS codes? Called a bunch of times and I always get to a full mailbox or someone that keeps forwarding me to another person. My last name starts with K and I tried Tina griffin (who was like is this for acronym? LOL guessing y’all been bugging her) who then forwarded me to Xiamorra but I can’t seem to get through to her. 

Yep, the Dallas office number referenced in previous posts seems to no longer be affiliated with UPS (my last name starts with W).  Called the main brokerage line and was told to call a Philly number.  Haven't been able to reach the person at the end of that number though. 

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Yeah, last time I copped from mothersite and called UPS (SS18), Tina forwarded me to someone who was on vacation who never returned my call even after I left a voicemail. Ended up just shelling out. I have a feeling every time there is a drop they are just bombarded with calls. Maybe some day there will be a more efficient way to do this.

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36 minutes ago, bluecrush said:

Yeah, last time I copped from mothersite and called UPS (SS18), Tina forwarded me to someone who was on vacation who never returned my call even after I left a voicemail. Ended up just shelling out. I have a feeling every time there is a drop they are just bombarded with calls. Maybe some day there will be a more efficient way to do this.

...Makes me wonder if Errolson was tweeted (anyone with twitter account?) about this matter if he would actually help a ton of us out. Maybe I’m off, but I can’t seeing it being too hard for him to just change to a different code when shipping out to US.

 

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44 minutes ago, appolez said:

Yep, the Dallas office number referenced in previous posts seems to no longer be affiliated with UPS (my last name starts with W).  Called the main brokerage line and was told to call a Philly number.  Haven't been able to reach the person at the end of that number though. 

Was able to get through to Debbra who was able to update my HTS code! Her info is below 

 

Debbra P Britt
UPS Brokerage
2031 S Centennial Avenue
Aiken SC 29803
Desk 803-502-7063
Fax 502-374-7603
[email protected]

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Typo

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On 4/3/2019 at 1:11 PM, deathrazr said:

try looking up CETA, when your package arrives in Canada, UPS will notify you about HST 13% in Ontario and like a $10 handling fee. 

So upon further research, I read on RFD that Switzerland is not part of CETA as they aren’t part of EU.

 I’m not really sure 

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1 hour ago, JoseRizal said:

So upon further research, I read on RFD that Switzerland is not part of CETA as they aren’t part of EU.

 I’m not really sure 

Why does that matter?

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this should be written as a sticky:

THE "MADE IN..." INFO ON ACRNM.COM REFERS TO FABRIC COUNTRY OF ORIGIN NOT ACTUAL GARMENT WHICH MATTERS FOR THE CETA.

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3 hours ago, junkie_dolphin said:

Why does that matter?

Trying to make sure I won’t get hit with a 30% mark up duties/customs. 

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6 hours ago, CARLOOA said:

I'm so proud of y'all. :D

acr sufu SUPPORT/critics ;):ph34r:

 

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36 is nice but I would say it’s just exactly as expected so not much of a review to give. The only thing I didn’t remember before on green jackets was the green jacketsling but that could be me. Again, I am a fan of the contrast infinium hood ... I am curious if this is how thin the 46-FO hood was though if anyone knows(?). It’s literally like a shower cap.

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I'd imagine the infinium hood will do it's job and properly keep your head dry but... the rest of the 36 is still cotton [water-resistant] so, hello wet shoulders and back. 

Either way, I'm glad it's still up on the mothersite. If the 1A restock slips by me I'll settle with the 36.

What exactly are hitch tabs supposed to do?

Edited by jeddyhsu

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