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i mean really



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Nice, maybe I should send you my blue Nettleton Alligator Loafers to sell...

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VTG-Nettleton-Exotic-Blue-Alligator-Tassel-Loafer-NIB-Never-Worn-10-5C-/141040925839?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item20d6b1bc8f

post #5147 of 18270
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Nice, maybe I should send you my blue Nettleton Alligator Loafers to sell...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VTG-Nettleton-Exotic-Blue-Alligator-Tassel-Loafer-NIB-Never-Worn-10-5C-/141040925839?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item20d6b1bc8f

Theyre nice, but not real alligator....
post #5148 of 18270
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Nice, maybe I should send you my blue Nettleton Alligator Loafers to sell...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VTG-Nettleton-Exotic-Blue-Alligator-Tassel-Loafer-NIB-Never-Worn-10-5C-/141040925839?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item20d6b1bc8f


Poromeric imitation leather
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_leather
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Sometimes referred to as poromerics, poromeric imitation leathers are a group of synthetic "breathable" leather substitutes made from a plastic coating (usually a polyurethane) on a fibrous base layer (typically a polyester).
The term poromeric was coined by DuPont as a derivative of the terms microporous and polymeric. The first poromeric material was DuPont's ill-fated Corfam introduced in 1963 at the Chicago Shoe Show.
Corfam was the centerpiece of the DuPont pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair in New York City. Its major advantages over natural leather were its durability and its high gloss finish that could be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Its disadvantages were its stiffness which did not lessen with wearing, its relative lack of breathability, and easy confusion with non-breathable cheaper products. DuPont manufactured Corfam at its plant in Old Hickory, Tennessee, from 1964 to 1971. After spending millions of dollars marketing the product to shoe manufacturers, DuPont withdrew Corfam from the market in 1971 and sold the rights to a company in Poland.
Corfam is still used today in some products, an example being certain types of equestrian saddle girth. Corfam shoes are still popular in uniformed professions where shiny shoes are desirable.
post #5149 of 18270
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Poromeric imitation leather
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_leather

 

Shh...I put in the listing that it was Poromeric, I didn't fill the need to explain to buyers what that was, is that unethical?

post #5150 of 18270
Txwood, I'm interested in hearing about your itemization process, since ur inventorial process seems stream lines. How do u go about itemizing things with item #s and entering them into a spreadsheet, then translate the # into each listing
post #5151 of 18270
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Just a pipe dream really at this point....but it would be pretty sweet. Actually I'd rather have one of those machines at my house, but I can't imagine what dismantling and assembly would be like. They have to be crazy expensive too. I do actually have enough room for one.

on a episode of Psyche you see our fav man Sean living in a old dry cleaner, rack and everything.

with a lot of gus's shirts

post #5152 of 18270
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Shh...I put in the listing that it was Poromeric, I didn't fill the need to explain to buyers what that was, is that unethical?

 

I don't think so. No worse than me putting Vintage and expecting a buyer to know what it is or look it up if they don't. Of course it doesn't always happen that way though. Hence my only 99.9% positive feedback

post #5153 of 18270
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on a episode of Psyche you see our fav man Sean living in a old dry cleaner, rack and everything.

with a lot of gus's shirts

 

:bounce2: I love that show!

post #5154 of 18270
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:bounce2: I love that show!

 

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post #5156 of 18270
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i mean really



for

the

win

I was surprised those went for so cheap the first time...glad it worked out for you!
post #5157 of 18270

Great weekend of sales... 19 sales, 7 waiting for payment approval through PayPal (one buyer).

post #5158 of 18270
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Great weekend of sales... 19 sales, 7 waiting for payment approval through PayPal (one buyer).

I had an identical weekend. 19 sales, seven still waiting on payment (no multiple purchases though)
Edited by DanM - 9/9/13 at 3:24am
post #5159 of 18270
Been doing great lately, but a lot if flakers recently a lot due to the cursed global shipping which I'm going to turn off, moving to a new warehouse and hope to have a place soon where NYC locals can stop by and shop
post #5160 of 18270
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Been doing great lately, but a lot if flakers recently a lot due to the cursed global shipping which I'm going to turn off, moving to a new warehouse and hope to have a place soon where NYC locals can stop by and shop

 

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