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He has them marked as NIB but then says they're used.
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EG made shoes for Trickers?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Edward-Green-for-Trickers-Mens-English-Handmade-Calf-Skin-Shoes-Size-UK-8-E-/111258366377?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item19e783f1a9
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No, those are just normal Trickers stock.
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I do. Sometimes a blessing. Sometimes a curse.

$200 is a great price for those shoes, but I already have a pair.

FANTASTIC shoe size, my friend! Over the last 5 years I have handled some of the most wonderful handmade shoes of all time in A widths!
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No, those are just normal Trickers stock.

Wishful thinking syndrome!
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FANTASTIC shoe size, my friend! Over the last 5 years I have handled some of the most wonderful handmade shoes of all time in A widths!

Good to hear. It's a great size when it comes to eBay auctions for vintage shoes, as there's typically not much competition. But it's a pain when you're trying to sell your shoes (as I am on B&S), as the SF market is very, very thin. It's also a challenge to find (new) OTR English shoes in narrow widths.
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Good to hear. It's a great size when it comes to eBay auctions for vintage shoes, as there's typically not much competition. But it's a pain when you're trying to sell your shoes (as I am on B&S), as the SF market is very, very thin. It's also a challenge to find (new) OTR English shoes in narrow widths.

not just the auctions on ebay... the SHOES were made in narrower lengths in great numbers. I feel ya when it comes to modern, though.
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A bunch of Fox umbrellas on sale for $52-68 at Carson Street Clothiers:
http://carsonstreetclothiers.com/brands/fox.html
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Good tip. Just lost my umbrella and needed another one. Kopped.
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A bunch of Fox umbrellas on sale for $52-68 at Carson Street Clothiers:
http://carsonstreetclothiers.com/brands/fox.html

Pissed I missed this. And the Eidos.
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Pissed I missed this. And the Eidos.
The Eidos were really picked over when the drops hit. There was a blue suit for under $400 that was probably the steal of the sale, but only available in 44. Wonder if someone here got it. If it had been a 40 I would have instakopped it.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOM-FORD-2013-GrayBlack-Birdseye-Woven-Slim-Lapel-2Btn-Slim-Fit-Wool-Suit-42R-/161206886562

What is going on with those lapels? Has anyone seen anything like this before? Was this OTR? Did Tom Ford design it that way? Did someone have their tailor do that? WHY?
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOM-FORD-2013-GrayBlack-Birdseye-Woven-Slim-Lapel-2Btn-Slim-Fit-Wool-Suit-42R-/161206886562

What is going on with those lapels? Has anyone seen anything like this before? Was this OTR? Did Tom Ford design it that way? Did someone have their tailor do that? WHY?


Got me, but those are ugly as sin.

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