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Quote: Originally Posted by JordanB I will give her the benefit of the doubt. The writing style does not seem at all similar. This post was relatively well written while the others were mostly unreadable. Read it again, it's the same.
As the offers for trades aren't flooding in, I'm also willing to sell. Make a reasonable offer for 1 or more pairs, also willing to take advice on shipping to Canada to make things affordable EL.
Quote: Originally Posted by edmorel snooze you lose, biatch!!!!!!!!
I have size small Epic trees that don't fit my shoes. I'm looking to trade for your size small Combination Cedar Shoe Trees. I think a fair deal is my 5 Epics for your 9 Combination trees. Epic trees: http://www.cedarvillestore.com/shoe_...oe_tree656.htm Combination trees: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...e-for-Men.html Any takers?
I very much like it as well and think you wear it well, though I would personally like a slimmer fit. I'll let some of the more knowledgeable forum members take a stab at the tailoring specifics, but I think a knowledgeable tailor could slim it down without just moving the buttons.
forget it, not feeding trolls.
Paul Stuart shoes... not sure if they had 12B shoes, but they had a lot of narrow sizes at the sample sale.
I own this shoe in dark brown suede. I know many here don't like tassels, but I get a lot of compliments on it and it is a very comfortable shoe.
nice... Quote: Womanwho knows: You get what you pay for ,don't you? Mens shoes are an ivestment and if taken care of properly,can last for years.
Big fan of Alex's on 44th between Vanderbilt and Madison - next to The Shirt Store.
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