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That's kind of what I was thinking I might just try and sell it in a consignment shop locally. I paid less than $30 for it so if at least get that plus another 20 or so I'll be happy.
It doesn't have a fabric tag or a size tag but it feels like it's a quite heavy natural/synthetic blend and probably around a 42-44 sport coat size. It does have a made in USA tag.
I bought it a few days ago because I liked it, and it's in great shape but now looking at it I can see that it's definitely a few sizes too big for me. I want to sell it but have no idea what to ask for it. Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
The Brand is Park-A-Seal. I can't find much info on the company other than the fact that they were owned by H.H. Brown Shoe Company, they opened in 1955 and closed in 1997. I also found this ad http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=336&dat=19780609&id=5xxVAAAAIBAJ&sjid=Y4ADAAAAIBAJ&pg=1873,2358348 that seems like it has my boots in it.
Thanks.
My cobbler actually recomended a neoprene sole, and I trust her. It ended up coming out great.
I don't have much money so I used Ivory soap for the cleaning, Allen Edmonds cleaner conditioner for the conditioning, and Kiwi polish.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/276457/bought-some-vintage-boots-had-them-re-soled-then-cleaned-conidtioned-polished-them#post_4987222
 Before Cleaning     After Conditioning Once   After Conditioning Twice and Polishing Once   After Polishing a Second Time and Waterproofing
I wear a 9.5 US and they almost fit me but not quite.
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