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Nice list.I'm not sure those Russell and Bromley's are Edward Green.Also, C&J has released that model boot for J Crew before.
Up for sale is a pair of Burgundy Shell Cordovan Hanover PTBs (plain toe bluchers). They are brand new, old stock. They are goodyear welted with double stacked soles. I prefer the finishing on Hanover shell cordovan to all other shell cordovan models in this price point. These shoes are new without the box. They are size 9.5D. Price includes shipping to the CONUS. PM me with any questions or for an international shipping quote.
Up for sale is a pair of Edward Green Chukka boots. Sorry, but I don't know the model name. They are unlined at the ankle (nowhere else), so I don't think they are the Warwick. They are suede, probably snuff suede. They have Edward Green's rubber sole, so these should be a good foul weather shoe. They are brand new, but I don't have the box. Also, the shoes laces are not original. There is one small fray point on the laces. As they are currently laced, you can't...
Up for sale is a pair of Allen Edmonds Macneils in burgundy shell cordovan leather. They are size 9D. They come with the box and shoe bags. Shoe trees NOT included. They have light to moderate use with ~80% of the soles/heels left. Price is $225 shipped CONUS. PM me for a shipping price outside of the CONUS.
My brown shoes are more comfortable than my black shoes.
Collaboration w/ Ferragamo under the name Zefer (zegna + ferragamo).
Uncle, those are some of my favorites. I'm sad I missed that pre-order. They look great.
What's his SF user name?
I don't have a problem with his pricing strategy. It's baffling, but he can ask whatever he wants. However, he does egregiously misstate the manufacturer often. He seems to default to Edward Green, when a pair of shoes is made by a maker on the level of Alfred Sargent. Also, he doesn't respond to messages, regardless of whether its an inquiry to purchase or a note about the correct manufacturer. At those prices, you should get better service than ignoring people.
I've had a few dealings with the seller shoes of distinction. He's bought a few pair of shoes from me for prices that I thought were more than the shoes were worth (based on my extensive eBay experience). He then doubled the price, but they are still unsold 2 months later.
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