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  LOL! 10/10.
EBAY: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=151040097860
Salvatore Ferragamo Loriano 9.5D Olive 2-eyelet derby   Made in Italy.   As the title states. Worn sparingly and well cared for. Lots of life left on the soles.   I really like the look of these, but sleek European aesthetics don't look right on me, and I'm phasing out my non-US-made shoes.   Here's a link showing retail was $650 @Neiman's.   Here's a link to a guy selling them new on ebay for $340.   Price is $100 plus actual shipping to your...
http://i.imgur.com/JBPdcgw.jpg As the title states. Worn sparingly and well cared for. Lots of life left on the soles. These are really nice, but sleek European just doesnt look good on me. Here's a link to a guy selling them new on ebay for $340: http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=321096927795&index=1&nav=SEARCH&nid=25190563835 Thanks.
  Didn't hurt that they were incentivized with over $100m in our taxpayer monies.   Manufacturing within the sales region also hedges against currency fluctuations, in addition to tariffs or similar protectionism.   However, there is a small, but growing shift towards corporate insourcing due to a number of factors, including but not limited to, increasing wages abroad and better automation and QC domestically. Also, shorter time-to-market and better holistic designs...
Ermenegildo Zegna Men's Italian Made Navy 100% Wool Pinstripe 2 Piece Suit (40R).   $125 > $100 > $75   The suit jacket has 3 exterior pockets, 3 interior pockets along with a pen pocket, and is fully lined without a rear vent. The pants are pleated front with 2 side pockets, and 2 back pockets, one with button closure. It is a very dark navy suit, made from 100% wool, with a pinstripe weave pattern. This suit is in nice condition overall, with no rips, holes, or...
Brother from another mother.
- austerity brogue YES - nine eyelet YES - balmoral boot YES - Olfe YES - rubber or dbl leather YES to either - lighter shell colour preferred - light brown/tan calf or suede ok, too YES Basically every shoe/boot I own is dark brown or #8, so really looking for something lighter, but also dressier. Can we pull the trigger?
  LOL. I know that feel bro.
  Always easier to start light, obviously. You can use a variety of harmful-to-leather chemicals to remove existing color. I've used bleach before. I think any sort of less harmful way will take much more time and elbow grease (Renomat, et al.).   Most cobblers can re-dye shoes or boots for you, no problem; or you can purchase the dyes and DIY.   What tone are you trying to achieve?   I personally would not mess with CXL. And if you were going to, start with natural...
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