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I also love that cut-away toebox pic. As a Vintage Shoe collector/ restorer/ seller, I am always debating with people the folly of using interior length as a full indicator of fit. Last shapes vary so much that the differences vary too much to be reliable. That pic shows what a large amount of space may not be "foot usable".
Italians keeping that US 40's summer styling alive
Great share!
look at the shoes in the ad!
nice work!
Tha Weston Demi
classics
Very nicely maintained!
I love the Norvegese resurgence we are seeing. A few years back, norvegese were being labeled "monstrosities" by many (of course some of the older squared toe and clunky designs had a lot to do with it). I am a fan.
I've read all this before. Some is correct and some not. After dealing with a few thousand 1930's thru 1980's Florsheim shoes you see the inconsistencies. On a side note, Classic Shoes for Men is NOT a good source for true vintage shoe manufacturing data. Most of it is 100% made up.
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