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Prices include US shipping with tracking. These shoes are first quality (unless otherwise noted) but have a mark in the insole which prevents return to retailer. No returns. All photos are clickable thumbnails. I am happy to ship to other countries. The shipped weight of a pair of shoes will almost always range from 3 to 5 pounds. Go to the USPS website, enter your country and the weight of the package for a quote. That will give you a real close, if not exact,...
I would contact him and see what he says. Ebay will not do anything for you.
This is not a car forum.You ridiculed the OP for buying a Honda. I usually enjoy your posts and I expect better from you.I know people who could write a check to buy the car dealership, but just drive a Chevrolet truck instead. Small-timers, I suppose. And don't go into the "appreciation of fine motorcars". Most owners of new imported luxury vehicles couldn't find the hole that the coolant goes into.
Cars are the place for reverse snobbery. If anyone deserves to be laughed at it is the person who requires an expensive vehicle to demonstrate his self worth. There is nothing wrong with a Honda or Toyota.
Price includes US shipping New With Tags Club Monaco White with Gray Pocket Oxford Cloth Button Down Shirt. Made in USA by Brooks Brothers for Club Monaco. Size Small measures 15-32.5, measures 19.25 inches across chest at armpit level which makes it a slim to extra slim shirt. Very crisp and sharp casual shirt. Retail $138.50.
New shirts. Some new with tags. Price includes US shipping. White OCBD with Grosgrain Trim on Sleeve Plackets and Side Seams. Same shirt as in pics but size BB00. $95 Green Navy Red Gold OCBD. Small hole in front. BB00 $35. White Yellow Green Check Short Sleeve OCBD BB00 $60>>>$55 White with Blue Check Broadcloth Button Down BB0 $65sold Red White Green Tan Brushed OCBD. Hole on shoulder. I think this can be stitched up with minimal visibility because of...
Your message to the buyer:"The standard for measuring sleeves on dress shirts is to lay the shirt flat on a table and then measure from the middle of the neck label to the end of the sleeve. These shirts have been measured using that method and measure 33 inches. I think you are measuring from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve. "Buyer's message:"I have been buying shirts for 50 years. I wear 33 sleeve these are not a 33 sleeve. The manner you describe measuring a...
I do not, but then neither does Brooks Brothers or any other retailer of shirts that I know of. I sell 1500 to 2000 shirts every year and I have never had this come up. The shirt was a BB custom made, so it didn't have measurements on the neck label. But that doesn't matter, because I can accurately measure a shirt.
Damned if I know. He is measuring from the shoulder seam, like you measure a suit jacket.So I get to defend a case.
A case opened on me today: The case details: The buyer says the item doesn't match the description. The buyer paid on Aug 08, 2014. The buyer chose "other" as the problem with the item Additional information: "The sleeve length represented to be 33 in. They are barely 20 in" Genius opens a case because he doesn't know how to measure shirt sleeves. This is why I prefer selling on SF.
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