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Held me identity goodwill Johnston & Murphys

post #1 of 4
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I lucked out and found these burgundy Johnston & Murphys in good shape and in my size for $15 at goodwil today. I failed to find then on the website when I tried to find any more information about them--does anybody here have any clue what I found?

Thanks!
post #2 of 4
I actually gave those shoes away about a month ago to my girlfriend's brother due to the quality of the shoe. I am not a big fan of corrected grain leather so when i was given them by my sister for a birthday gift . They sat in my closet for a whole year before I admitted to myself that I would never wear them and thus, gave them away. I will look for the box to see what the model was and post it for you.

PS: Do not waste your time polishing those shoes as the polish or conditioner will never be able to entered the grain of the leather.
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Originally Posted by Alpha11 View Post

I actually gave those shoes away about a month ago to my girlfriend's brother due to the quality of the shoe. I am not a big fan of corrected grain leather so when i was given them by my sister for a birthday gift . They sat in my closet for a whole year before I admitted to myself that I would never wear them and thus, gave them away. I will look for the box to see what the model was and post it for you.

PS: Do not waste your time polishing those shoes as the polish or conditioner will never be able to entered the grain of the leather.

Thanks. Any idea what the name of the shoe is?
post #4 of 4
Other than it being a Wingtip shoe nothing more was on the box.
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