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pure beauty!!!!!


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Today

Always a pleasure to wear



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I'm looking at purchasing this pair of seconds. The only noted fault is the cut in the leather. Since my pants will cover it, I'm not really concerned about the appearance. However, will this affect the structural integrity of the shoe or cause any longevity problems?
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I'm looking at purchasing this pair of seconds. The only noted fault is the cut in the leather. Since my pants will cover it, I'm not really concerned about the appearance. However, will this affect the structural integrity of the shoe or cause any longevity problems?

Go right ahead and a cheap pair of Moores will be enjoyed by you for years...
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First time in the wild




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Today

Always a pleasure to wear



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Outstanding Cleav - sometimes nothing beats a black captoe.

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First time in the wild




impressive.
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First time in the wild





Cleverley bespoke?
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Cleverley bespoke?

No. Antonio Meccarrilo Aurum MTO
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1940's Blue Suede Wholecuts

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Those are really cool and in great condition!
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Bontoni Luurvvv....

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Just received fairly immaculate 60's Florsheim derbies in antelope Kudu. Very pleased with the score. Any tips on maintaining this leather or caring for vintage footwear?

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Score :slayer:

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Just received fairly immaculate 60's Florsheim derbies in antelope Kudu. Very pleased with the score. Any tips on maintaining this leather or caring for vintage footwear?


Cadillac cream or some Pecards antique leather wax. A contemporary shape. Nice
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