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Two pairs of John Lobb double-monks with bags and trees on eBay.fr for a good BIN.
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Two pairs of John Lobb double-monks with bags and trees on eBay.fr for a good BIN.

Nice price -- wish I liked monks.
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Originally Posted by nate10184 View Post
Are these Grensons? They look great.

Stephen Kempler Handmade Shoes

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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post
Cheaney Handgrade line, I believe. Not Grenson.


I bought these b/c I wanted to see their construction. They aren't Grenson or Cheaney. I am pretty sure they are G&G. An SF search turned up another pair previously sold that were made by G&G. They aren't my size, so they will probably make it to the B&S soon.
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Originally Posted by greekgeek View Post
These boots get my nomination as Most Badass Edward Green EVA: 9.5D




http://cgi.ebay.com/RALPH-LAUREN-BOO...item20b58c50ab

Wow. But the boot says E and his listing says D. Can someone help?
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Interesting find. Vintage Abercrombie & Fitch shoes. Made in Italy. I believe they are handmade due to the sizing writing. Also, that norvagese welt gives it away. Unfortunately, size 10.5B. Link


I was going to get these, but 12" long and 4" wide is very small for a 10.5B. All of my 11As and 10.5Bs are a good 1/4" wider and 1/2" longer.
I know sole measurements are almost useless, but any idea on why these are so much smaller?
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Originally Posted by sartorialism View Post
Wow. But the boot says E and his listing says D. Can someone help?

B/C and 'E' width is standard width in the UK.
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Originally Posted by deveandepot1 View Post
I was going to get these, but 12" long and 4" wide is very small for a 10.5B. All of my 11As and 10.5Bs are a good 1/4" wider and 1/2" longer.
I know sole measurements are almost useless, but any idea on why these are so much smaller?


Maybe they are women's. That would make them an 8.5D men's.
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This guy keeps listing NIB Aldens for <$200.
http://shop.ebay.com/penguinbaby704/m.html

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Maybe they are women's. That would make them an 8.5D men's.

Good catch. I am glad I didn't pull the trigger.
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Shame I'm a small-timer because this is a pretty nice tie. Free Shipping!
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At 29,999.99, does it have a much better quality, look, material, provenance, and future than his other Chen ties, which he is selling for only 59.99, BIN?
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Hermes commissions ties of this nature for a lot of companies.
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lost all respect.
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Hermes commissions ties of this nature for a lot of companies.

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They even have company/event specific designs.
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