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interesting, as our waistlines have expanded so too go the feet!
yep. I can only imagine the reason behind so many NOS shoes in such narrow widths is because virtually no one can wear such sizes so they remained unsold/unworn, or perhaps those who could wear such a size stocked up while the getting was good!
Some of the nicest shoes ever made in the US, unfortunately a tough size to fit. Perhaps for a 6D who likes a long sleek look? http://www.ebay.com/itm/1940s-Vintage-EDWIN-CLAPP-New-Englander-9-1-2-AAAAA-NOS-New-dress-shoes-/171189116939
I'm just gunna leave this here.
Sword wielding, there can be only one!
Thanks for posting this, hopefully it really is new and does not reek of the GW. Any idea what the retail was?
I think you nailed it, thanks!
^They are vintage Florsheim Imperials, here is the only close up I have from the auction. They might be embossed leather but that would be pretty unusual for this brand/style combo.
Wondering what type of leather these shoes are, what do you think? Only thing I can come up with is elephant, which doesn't seem right.
Well said. I am very surprised at all the blow back on my comment, especially considering that I only said that it does not look new to me.I never said that a suit with pressing creases, hemmed pants, frayed tag, faded tag, altered jacket, altered waist could not possibly be NEW.
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