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Originally Posted by Grice View Post

Isn't it also usually said that the typical European feet is wider than the American feet, and that this is explained by more walking and less driving in Europe?

If that would be true I guess it should mean that people used to have wider feet in the early 20th century?

EUR feet are like UK/Aussie feet.
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Then why do EUR shoe companies lack in wide widths for shoes compared to American shoes?

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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Then why do EUR shoe companies lack in wide widths for shoes compared to American shoes?

No need. The shoes fit the average EUR feet ie UK "F" "E" "5" etc
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Not a fan of the last here, but these new Bally Scribes are extremely cheap:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bally-Scribe-Shoes-Size10EU-11US-/161106053145?pt=UK_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2582ab4819
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Tall guys should be all over these. At 45 inches from BOC they're too long for me baldy[1].gif

Pretty sure the seller screwed up and listed these navy coats as black

Polo Howard topcoat bonanza in "Long" sizes

http://www.ebay.com/itm/POLO-RALPH-LAUREN-WOOL-TOPCOAT-/251337171529?hash=item3a84dce249
http://www.ebay.com/itm/POLO-RALPH-LAUREN-BLUE-LABEL-WOOL-TOPCOAT-/251337182065?hash=item3a84dd0b71
http://www.ebay.com/itm/251337159988

 

Instakop! Thanks for the heads up jrd!  :fistbump:

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My good deed for the day:

If you have tiny baby feet, swing by Century 21. Lobbs with shoe trees for $400. 5.5E tagged (UK).

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Or just pick them up to hang around your rear-view mirror nod[1].gif
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buy them, sell to Japanese market
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Originally Posted by haganah View Post

My good deed for the day:

If you have tiny baby feet, swing by Century 21. Lobbs with shoe trees for $400. 5.5E tagged (UK).


Anything else good at C21 today?
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Originally Posted by PhiloVance View Post

Or just pick them up to hang around your rear-view mirror nod[1].gif

I picked it up and actually thought "aww these are so cute". You should have seen the shoe trees - you would understand.

As for reselling - not for me. I don't like flippers but more than that I really hate going to the post office. Oh how I hate the post office.
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Originally Posted by sftiger View Post

Anything else good at C21 today?

Some Brioni shirts for around 120. Nothing that impressed me enough to deal with the crowds and wait in line.
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Originally Posted by haganah View Post


I picked it up and actually thought "aww these are so cute". You should have seen the shoe trees - you would understand.

As for reselling - not for me. I don't like flippers but more than that I really hate going to the post office. Oh how I hate the post office.

If done correctly, flipping does not require going to the post office 100% of the time.  Just sayin :nest:

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Originally Posted by haganah View Post

I picked it up and actually thought "aww these are so cute". You should have seen the shoe trees - you would understand.

As for reselling - not for me. I don't like flippers but more than that I really hate going to the post office. Oh how I hate the post office.

Too funny. When I was in high-school and college, it was the baby timberlands around the rear-view mirror. But Lobbs - now that is some next level stuff right there nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by haganah View Post

My good deed for the day:

If you have tiny baby feet, swing by Century 21. Lobbs with shoe trees for $400. 5.5E tagged (UK).


They could be my size smile.gif Is there anyone could do me a favor? (btw, I live in IL, USA)
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