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Originally Posted by vilinx View Post
Are these worth the price?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...T#ht_500wt_962

(Hopefully no one snipes me on this...)

How comfortable are Church's?

You realise these Church's are 10B ie very narrow fit?
post #287 of 12732
Here's a pair of Edward Green for Cole Haan wingtip bals on the 202 last, in a US 10.5C.

They look to be in very good condition - especially considering that they must be over 20 years old - and are only $76 with 17 hours to go at present.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
post #288 of 12732
I noticed that, but the sole measurement seemed rather large for such a drastic narrow... your thoughts on the discrepancy?
post #289 of 12732
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Originally Posted by vilinx View Post
Are these worth the price?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...T#ht_500wt_962

(Hopefully no one snipes me on this...)

How comfortable are Church's?

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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
You realise these Church's are 10B ie very narrow fit?

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Originally Posted by vilinx View Post
I noticed that, but the sole measurement seemed rather large for such a drastic narrow... your thoughts on the discrepancy?

4" for an outsole measurement is pretty narrow for a US10.

You should have a think about the Edward Green for Cole Haan shoes that I linked to above. I have absolutely no connection with the seller, but they are currently going for less than the Churchs that you are thinking of buying, are most likely better quality, are lightly used, and are slightly wider!
post #290 of 12732
Possible SAB briefcase for £150 The hardware and lining certainly looks like SAB - not sure why it's not badged. Little bit of damage which could be repaired. Good price for this whoever the manufacturer.
post #291 of 12732
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Originally Posted by SimonC View Post
What seems to be a good deal on a Papworth (?) case;

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_604wt_1165

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Possible SAB briefcase for £150

The hardware and lining certainly looks like SAB - not sure why it's not badged. Little bit of damage which could be repaired. Good price for this whoever the manufacturer.

I agree it's a good price - I thought it was a Papworth though (it looks very similar to mine), their recent production has used the same hardware as SAB (same parent company) but clearly machine-stitched rather than handsewn.

I'd be wary of the damage though - if you look closely the entire of the side panel is coming away. If it's just that the stitching has given out then it's a simple repair, but if there is damage to the leather it becomes more complex.
post #292 of 12732
Goddamn it... if it was one of you who outbid me on these Lobbs please PM me if you are looking to turn them over... grrrr...
post #293 of 12732
http://cgi.ebay.fr/NEUF-CHAUSSURES-C...item3a5976a954

Not really "neuf" but still a good deal.
post #294 of 12732
These Shell Cordovan shoes are awesome.

NOS J&M Crown Aristocrafts in 8D


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=180491356512
post #295 of 12732
From the days when Abercrombie and Fitch was cool, I present: The Abercrombie & Fitch Camel Saddle http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Abercrom...ht_5608wt_1165
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Selfless plug, but these new Shell Cordovan LHS size 11C end in 5 hours. They are currently only at $72!!! Link Free CONUS shipping for SF members if we cancel the eBay trans after you win. PM me before paying for the details.
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I miss RJMan
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Deadstock Nettleton wingtip bals in size 8 ...

... and a pair of Nettleton black captoes.
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