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post #76 of 725
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Sold

 

Brand new in the box with receipt. Stunning boots finished in Black Cherry Featherstone leather. Designed to last a lifetime.
These are also known as the Gentleman's Traveler. $275







 


Edited by Caligari - 12/10/15 at 1:36pm
post #77 of 725
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Sold.

 
Brand new Iron Rangers in the newest style and colour. Oxblood and the mini lug sole so you won't slip and slide. Comes with box and receipt. $275

With proper care these boots will last a lifetime.

The 8119 is a rugged 6-Inch boot, featuring premium Oxblood Mesa leather, bronze hardware, speed hooks, Goodyear welt construction and triple stitched quality. Its double layer leather toe cap, leather heel pocket and Vibram 430 Mini-lug outsole make it a favorite.












Edited by Caligari - 12/10/15 at 1:36pm
post #78 of 725
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Wolverine 1000 Mile Boots (BRAND NEW) (Cordovan NO. 8)

Brand new 1000 mile boots with box and receipt. Size 10 which fits 10-11.  $310

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #79 of 725
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Brand new model 9111 in Copper Rough and Tough leather and size 10.5. Again these boots will last a lifetime. Comes with box and receipt.
$200.









 

post #80 of 725

NOTHING FITS ME Caligari:brick:

post #81 of 725
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Too big or too small? I must say that's a MAJOR BUMMER for BOTH of us. 

post #82 of 725
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Too big or too small? I must say that's a MAJOR BUMMER for BOTH of us. 

haha, too big unfortunately, would have loved to add another IR colour to my black

post #83 of 725
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Too big or too small? I must say that's a MAJOR BUMMER for BOTH of us. 

All of those size 10 fit on the large side?
post #84 of 725
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Absolutely as I'm 11 on the Brannock, Converse and AE.

post #85 of 725

Hi, I need an opinion please. I have few bespoke (with all the known controversies around the meaning of the term) Garrison suits, that do not fit me any more. Is it stupid to offer something like that for sale here? I mean does anyone ever buy someone else's bespoke clothes?

Thanks 

post #86 of 725
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Hi, I need an opinion please. I have few bespoke (with all the known controversies around the meaning of the term) Garrison suits, that do not fit me any more. Is it stupid to offer something like that for sale here? I mean does anyone ever buy someone else's bespoke clothes?

Thanks 

 

I don't think it's stupid at all, and people like dirnelli thrift bespoke clothing all the time, but you would need a buyer with nearly the same dimensions as you, or else someone willing to spend big bucks on alterations (more likely if it was Savile Row, than Garrison)

 

It goes without saying that you need a big audience to find your doppleganger.

post #87 of 725
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post
 

Hi, I need an opinion please. I have few bespoke (with all the known controversies around the meaning of the term) Garrison suits, that do not fit me any more. Is it stupid to offer something like that for sale here? I mean does anyone ever buy someone else's bespoke clothes?

Thanks 

Give it a shot - measure everything, have pictures with the tape measure, describe the cloth etc...

post #88 of 725
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I don't think it's stupid at all, and people like dirnelli thrift bespoke clothing all the time, but you would need a buyer with nearly the same dimensions as you, or else someone willing to spend big bucks on alterations (more likely if it was Savile Row, than Garrison)

 

It goes without saying that you need a big audience to find your doppleganger.

Thanks for quick answer. Just wanted to understand the interest here, before I start measuring and photographing (my god I didn't think it takes so much time :) ). I guess Garrison means something only for someone in Toronto, and outside of it, it would be hard to find anyone to pay attention.

I think I'm pretty regular build, these would fit 44, while I unfortunately moved to 46.

post #89 of 725
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post
 

Thanks for quick answer. Just wanted to understand the interest here, before I start measuring and photographing (my god I didn't think it takes so much time :) ). I guess Garrison means something only for someone in Toronto, and outside of it, it would be hard to find anyone to pay attention.

I think I'm pretty regular build, these would fit 44, while I unfortunately moved to 46.

 

This is another good point, Garrison doesn't have value to non-Torontonians so on eBay, it's just a suit. 

post #90 of 725
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post
 

Thanks for quick answer. Just wanted to understand the interest here, before I start measuring and photographing (my god I didn't think it takes so much time :) ). I guess Garrison means something only for someone in Toronto, and outside of it, it would be hard to find anyone to pay attention.

I think I'm pretty regular build, these would fit 44, while I unfortunately moved to 46.

 

I'd be interested in seeing what you have as I'm a pretty standard 44.  Probably more interested in sport coats than suits, but you never know.

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