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(This is a stock photo and there are a load of other images of these online which will represent these boots better than any photos I take) ======================================== Model: Cesar Colour: Chocolate Brownie dip dye Buffalino leather Size: UK 11 / US 12 Retail price: USD $555 Made in Italy Just received these and tried them on indoors for under 5 minutes but they're not right for me. As such they're as new, complete in the retail box with dust bag,...
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Just had a look at these in Aldo's Neal Street branch, as well as a bunch of Grensons a few doors down in the Natural Shoe Store. I have to say that the manufacturing standard of the Mr B's looked surprisingly good. The sole work (albeit Blake stitched rather than Goodyear welted) appeared more refined than on the Grenson boots. However, as mentioned above, I found the leather was somewhat lacking; being pretty thin, somewhat stiff and with too much of a 'painted on'...
A further price reduction.
Can anybody help with ID'ing these boots, as worn by Hugh Jackman in London a few weeks ago? Note the relatively low profile toe box, minimal cap toe detail and single, wide lacing hook.
Another price reduction.
Just received my pair of Alfred Sargent Veldtschoen boots from AFPOS and am thrilled with them. So lucky to find the last pair in my size and at a phenomenal price, even before the 25% discount code. Despite these boots being quite a 'rough & tumble' model, their quality makes my recently bought (and similarly priced) RW Iron Rangers look like the 'work boots' (not a compliment) that they are. Thanks guys - I'm sure this will be the first purchase of many.
Price reduced - see above.
Just received these frames but as I half expected, they're simply too bold for my face/colouring. Like the previous pairs I've sold here, they're brand new apart from being tried on, are still fitted with the original plain demo lenses and have no signs of use/handling at all. Easily transformed into prescription eyeglass or sunglasses by taking to your optician or sending to an online glazing co. to have appropriate lenses made and fitted. Payment by PayPal please...
These are now sold -- sorry.
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