Here is the posting on ebay with some additional info.
Marked as US 10.5 but they are a bit tight on me. Probably better for a US 10.
$169 OBO for SF members. Shipping is an additional $17.95 CONUS / $59.85 international.
PM me with questions. Thanks,
I purchased these last week on ebay.. They arrived this afternoon... but are just a shade too small for me. Fit seems TTS as I usually wear a 10.5 or narrow 11.
Some wear, but obviously in good shape. Nicer than my iPhone photos show.
Please add $14 shipping CONUS, $50 Europe, or $55 Asia.
Please PM with any questions. Thanks for looking.
Here are the vintage EG Dovers I found yesterday ... after a quick clean-up, polish, and a night in trees. I was able to determine that they are 8.5 / 9 but can't read the width. But they look narrow.
Damn, I hate to admit it... But maybe I am wrong
I had read that this was a no-no, but your post led me to the Hanger Project website.
I always defer to Kirby on anything shoe care. And he says to use it.
Great score! My heart always skips a beat when I see Aldens on a thrift store rack.Found these this morning on the way in to work. Vintage EG pebble grain Dovers for Bullock & Jones. Could use a little TLC, but very clean inside and soles in relatively good shape. After the kid goes to sleep I can saphir reno (is that a verb?) and polish them.Having trouble making out the sizing but looks like they are 9 B or Ds.AHS
Let go of any regrets. You did just fine to pck up the best pair and leave the rest.Shoes that large and narrow are hard to flip, even on eBay. Any buyer who didn't know that they were narrow would then write you back asking if they could return them. It just isn't worth the hassle.AHS