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omega4, Welcome to Styleforum. Not much I can add at this point but to answer your querey about purchasing multiples; there are those who do this for what ever the reason, be it fit, comfort or preference. The famous physicist Albert Einstein had duplicates of his shirts, jackets, ties, pants & shoes. He did this so he would not waste time to what he would wear next but just grab the next one on the rack. This would allow him to focus on his work. One example of this right...
It reminds me of a vintage lawyers hard shell. I would also like to know who makes it. For future reference ...whenever I've had moments like this, I have approached and greeted with a smile, then asked directly right there on the spot where I could purchase a briefcase (bag, etc) like that. I've never experienced any resistance to this approach. You'd be suprised how the pride of ownership makes a person approachable and happy to tell you This gent is enjoying his clothes...
I am no expert but these thoughts came to mind... Be visible. Advertise where possible. People won't know you exist unless you do. Post a video tour of yor store on YouTube. Use an eye-catching logo and colour(s) that people will immediately associated with your business. Location. Study business locations or locations where fanilies go and get yourself located on those streets. This will earn you walk-in traffic. Carry accessories for both genders that are under $20....
Movie or not, I am plowing through 120 episodes of The Fugitive.
At last, the search is over. I have found Bigfoot and solved the mystery.
The characters and events covered in these 3 films : Psycho (Norman Bates) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Leatherface & clan) Silence Of The Lambs (both Hannibal Lecter and Buffalo Bill characters) were all based on a single man in real life. This mans name was Ed Gein. (The real Ed Gein upon his arrest) Also, specifically about Ed Gein himself, there was Ed Gein (2000) starring Steve Railsback as Ed. Railsback is a superb actor who also gave a chilling performance...
For the newcomers...Moo is not to be confused with Foo or Spoo.
They are shell for sure.You need better lighting and also 2 more photos. 1 of the inside footbed and 1 of the soles. This will help us to date them but I am already guessing early 1980's
With respect, I don't see any issue to be worried about. Different leathers and processes perhaps than what you are accustomed to but for this product at this price did you truly expect a perfect world? They were going to wrinkle anyway. These shoes have done you the courtesy of showing their true nature right up front, which I regard as a courtesy. Bond with them and enjoy.
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