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post #61 of 197 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 04:05 PM
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anyone ship from daddiesboardshop to canada via usps? are there additional brokerage fees that your have to pay?
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anyone ship from daddiesboardshop to canada via usps? are there additional brokerage fees that your have to pay?
I got my board from them this year and yes, I had to pay an additional $70 in broker fees, which wasn't that bad considering I still saved money on what I would have paid for the board ordering it from the one store that I could find it in in Canada.
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Canada Post will charge taxes on the assessed value of the product (although sometimes they don't charge anything), and they may charge a few dollars for brokerage (I think it was $8 for Express and $5 for Priority).

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Soo.. what's the chepaest shop to buy?(Considering tax/duties/shippings and shit) That has neversummer SL-R..I thought i'd just go to evogear retailer shop and pick it up but there's like 200 shops here..
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hey folks,
i just wanted to report that i just received my union bindings from solstice supply in the US and they are legit. took less than a week to arrive in toronto from wherever they are... oregon, i think... via usps and canada post and they even saved me the duties by declaring it as a gift without me needing to ask them to do it. great prices on well known and not so well known brands. so, hit 'em up. thanks solstice and this sticky. cheers.
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i just wanted to report that i just received my union bindings from solstice supply in the US and they are legit. took less than a week to arrive in toronto from wherever they are... oregon, i think... via usps and canada post and they even saved me the duties by declaring it as a gift without me needing to ask them to do it. great prices on well known and not so well known brands. so, hit 'em up. thanks solstice and this sticky. cheers.
Are you serious? Hmm i should consider buying ther!
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who in canada sells K2 snowboards online? i'm looking for the Believer 151. K2 won't ship to canada from the states.
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