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Ergh. Forum not letting me upload pics, nor edit my last post.
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Can't upload photos either. (And I have a Kiton 100% cashmere sportcoat to show off to you all!) bigstar[1].gif

AHS
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upload test
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Only found US and Japan myself.
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FWIW,the tag says made in China

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Here's the Kiton sportcoat, found today at goodwill.





Bit wrinkled but perfect condition... Which begs the question we keep asking each other: who donates this stuff?

Sorry N/A.

AHS
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My 10.5 / 11 vs. size 20.

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Thrift Funded, new Crockett & Jones Consiton Boots (paid $260 on Ebay)
I wish summer was over...

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Tell me about it....



Those look like Brown Shell. It is kind of hard to see if there are micro creases but the rolls and finish look shell like. I would have never thought Cole Haan City made shoes in shell though.

That is all I have on those.
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Haven't posted anything in a while mostly because everyone and their mother is now a flipper and grab anything with a label on it, but, here are a few things from a Saturday afternoon trip.

 

Ray Ban 3025 Made in Italy

 

 

 

 

B&L Ray Bans made in USA (no model number anywhere, why? Anyone?). Some corrosion on the frame and while cleaning the lenses, the "ban" came off so I've got a used pair of Rays, still cool though for $1. (pissed I f****d the branding up) 

 

 

 

 

Oakley _______? Can anyone identify this model for me? Available.

 

 

 

Oakley Bottle Rocket 4.0 in Pewter. These are sweet. Might get my prescription put in these. Available though if you want. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ralph Lauren 10559 Made in Italy. Not sure if these are AnyTHING but they felt like quality. Available. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mint Sebago Docksides

 

 

 

Old super nice Gunboat Florsheim 5 nail V-cleat monsters. Sized an 8.5 (couldn't get a good picture of the size on the inside of shoe.) Available. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mini tie haul. Brown and Church is of surprising quality and I've never heard of them. 

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Old super nice Gunboat Florsheim 5 nail V-cleat monsters. Sized an 8.5 (couldn't get a good picture of the size on the inside of shoe.) Available. 

 

Really like these.  I rarely see vintage florsheims in the lighter brown shades.  these are my brother-in-law's size, he might hoot you a PM haha

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Really like these.  I rarely see vintage florsheims in the lighter brown shades.  these are my brother-in-law's size, he might hoot you a PM haha

I too love them. I'd also love to know how to date these old guns. I was totally surprised to see these on the rack with two days ago date on them. These were probably left by the same people who throw RLBL in their cart like it's gold. 

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I too love them. I'd also love to know how to date these old guns. I was totally surprised to see these on the rack with two days ago date on them. These were probably left by the same people who throw RLBL in their cart like it's gold. 

 

To be fair if I found RLBL at thrift prices it'd probably end up in my cart too lol.  I picked up a minty pair of vintage burgundy florsheims (not imperial and can't compare to your pair lol) for personal use and was trying to get some more info on it.  Found the website below which has some good history on the brand and good info on model numbers.  

 

http://vcleat.com/florsheim-model-numbers-1950s-90s/

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NWT 7 fold after a late start to the day. I've heard of this brand but never came across it. Really nice. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Available sir? 

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I too love them. I'd also love to know how to date these old guns. I was totally surprised to see these on the rack with two days ago date on them. These were probably left by the same people who throw RLBL in their cart like it's gold. 

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To be fair if I found RLBL at thrift prices it'd probably end up in my cart too lol.  I picked up a minty pair of vintage burgundy florsheims (not imperial and can't compare to your pair lol) for personal use and was trying to get some more info on it.  Found the website below which has some good history on the brand and good info on model numbers.  

http://vcleat.com/florsheim-model-numbers-1950s-90s/

@davidVC is a SF member -- although he doesn't post often -- and is an amazing resource on vintage Florsheims and other shoes (Bostonians, Hanovers, Nettletons, etc...) from that era. His weekly blog at vcleat.com is great.

AHS
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@davidVC is a SF member -- although he doesn't post often -- and is an amazing resource on vintage Florsheims and other shoes (Bostonians, Hanovers, Nettletons, etc...) from that era. His weekly blog at vcleat.com is great.

AHS

Addicted already. Thanks for that man. 

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