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post #1 of 11
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$500 (USD)
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For Sale:
BRAND NEW Beautiful Alden Horween Shell Cordovan Cap Toe Boots. Size 10D. [EBay]

Will Ship To: Inside the US

Auctioning off BRAND NEW, never worn, Alden Horween Shell Cordovan Cap Toe Boots. Size 10 D. Box is not included, but the boots will be carefully packaged and shipped.  Buyout set at $600.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/181112954457?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649


Edited by Geaux - 3/30/13 at 11:20am
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post #2 of 11
What last are these boots on (grant or barrie). Will you sell them here on SF for $375?
post #3 of 11
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I'm not entirely sure what the last is. The marking inside the boot read:

 

10          OG    202

B/D                  CU
 

I will be calling the Alden factory on Monday to get more details about the boots.


Edited by Geaux - 3/30/13 at 12:05pm
post #4 of 11
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From This chart:

 

http://oldleathershoe.com/wordpress/?attachment_id=343

 

They look closer to the Grant. In fact, the picture that is provided, showing the cap toe, looks like they chose this boot as an example. The Barrie appears to kick out a bit more on the left and is fatter near the arch. That may well be exactly what the 0G is. "Grant"
 

post #5 of 11
this is not a listing, its an add for an ebay listing. if you are selling them on SF for 600, that should be the price you have in the listing.
post #6 of 11
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Well, I apologize for the confusion. How should I have listed it? I read in the rules that listing EBay items is okay. I had to list a price in order to put the item on the marketplace...
 

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Well, I apologize for the confusion. How should I have listed it? I read in the rules that listing EBay items is okay. I had to list a price in order to put the item on the marketplace...

 


You should list it for the price that you would list it for on styleforum, i think.
as far as my understanding goes, you can cross list, but you can't put a price up that is not the actual price you are looking to sell them for on sf.
post #8 of 11
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You should list it for the price that you would list it for on styleforum, i think.
as far as my understanding goes, you can cross list, but you can't put a price up that is not the actual price you are looking to sell them for on sf.

Someone should bring this to the attention of the mods and have them add that bit of information to the "rules/regulations" where it mentions EBay.

 

 

Quote:

"If you are posting an EBay auction, when you enter your submission, list the price in your post as the price you'd sell *right now* to an SF member"

 

I tried to list it for $375-600, which was the opening bid and buyout, but the submission wouldn't go through listing it as 375-600. I suppose I would have accepted $500 from an SF member, but someone has already bid on the boots in the auction, so I'd have to pay a fee to cancel it now. :-\

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Originally Posted by closerlook View Post

You should list it for the price that you would list it for on styleforum, i think.

as far as my understanding goes, you can cross list, but you can't put a price up that is not the actual price you are looking to sell them for on sf.
Someone should bring this to the attention of the mods and have them add that bit of information to the "rules/regulations" where it mentions EBay.

Quote:
"If you are posting an EBay auction, when you enter your submission, list the price in your post as the price you'd sell *right now* to an SF member"

I tried to list it for $375-600, which was the opening bid and buyout, but the submission wouldn't go through listing it as 375-600. I suppose I would have accepted $500 from an SF member, but someone has already bid on the boots in the auction, so I'd have to pay a fee to cancel it now. :-\

the mods don't have to add that information because, once again, the price you are willing to sell them for on Style Forum RIGHT NOW is the price they need to be listed as.
no other price is okay, nor is the sliding scale you mention. if you would sell them for 500 then you should list them for 500 on sf.


EDIT: by the way, 500 is an excellent price. its cool that you are putting a solid deal out there for other sf members.
Edited by closerlook - 4/1/13 at 6:43pm
post #10 of 11
Closerlook is correct. The policy is stated clearly as you quoted. I've changed the list price to $500. If you want to add whatever fee you'd have to pay, go ahead and do that. Bottom line is:

If you want to list it here, you need to post the price that you would honor here
post #11 of 11
500 for cordovan boots, sweet deal
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