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post #16 of 58
I don't understand all of the love for these shoes. They look like you shot yourself in the foot.
post #17 of 58
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Originally Posted by Last Year's Man View Post
they had gloves in the same colour with the same buckshot design, lined in something very soft, maybe cashmere I think.

My gf bought me a pair a couple of years ago, best birthday present ever.

Thanks for adding something else to the unattainable list.

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Originally Posted by Bentley View Post
I don't understand all of the love for these shoes. They look like you shot yourself in the foot.

They are unique. I really dig them.
post #18 of 58
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
I'm a 9.5/10. If you sell in that size, talk to me. I've been wanting that shoe forever too.

Also member distinctive has a pair of the loafers in buckshot US size 11 in his current FS thread on the front page of B&S as we speak. $250 I think.

thats my size. thanks spoo....i like those.
post #19 of 58
just recreate it yourself..just dont be wearing the shoes when you pull the trigger
post #20 of 58
They had these in stock at 1 Savile row when I was last there to pick up some trousers.
If I remember correctly they are made by Cheaney and were retailing for around £180.

I'm actually starting a new job next week and moving to an office within a five minute walk. I'll drop by and ask about these during lunch, if I get a chance.
post #21 of 58
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please report back if you do get the chance!
post #22 of 58
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Originally Posted by alexanduh View Post
just recreate it yourself..just dont be wearing the shoes when you pull the trigger

Not a bad idea...
post #23 of 58
yeah these WERE all over ebay mid-late last year.
interesting that they're apparently nowhere to be found now.
post #24 of 58
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Does anyone know what they retailed for? and the average price they were being sold on ebay for?

I think I read somewhere it was about 500-600 new?
post #25 of 58
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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me. View Post
yeah these WERE all over ebay mid-late last year.
interesting that they're apparently nowhere to be found now.

Probably due to end of season sales...
post #26 of 58
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Does anyone know what they retailed for? and the average price they were being sold on ebay for?

I think I read somewhere it was about 500-600 new?

i actually remember them being quite affordable on eBay.
like in the 300 range.
young_american might able to tell you more, as he bought a pair.
post #27 of 58
I'm all for the Buckshot Brogue, but you're not steezing right unless you've got the buckshot goon hand.

post #28 of 58
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Originally Posted by Bentley View Post
I don't understand all of the love for these shoes. They look like you shot yourself in the foot.

+1. First reaction: Ah, that's different! Considered reaction: Not in a good way.
post #29 of 58
I can't see myself ever wanting or wearing those. If you like the look, why don't you just DIY? It would be really easy to shoot each shoe with a round of buckshot. That would probably save you a lot of trouble and money if you can't find them easily.

D
post #30 of 58
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Originally Posted by dk_ace View Post
I can't see myself ever wanting or wearing those. If you like the look, why don't you just DIY? It would be really easy to shoot each shoe with a round of buckshot. That would probably save you a lot of trouble and money if you can't find them easily.

D

Unfortunately city living makes it difficult to justify owning a shotgun. At least in certain Canadian ones. If you did go that route, I can imagine you'd end up blasting the whole front off!! Alternatively, I guess you could punch out various sized holes, but then you'd need to put another layer on the inside. Unless you wanted increased ventilation! Hah
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