One question for A. Harris: if you bought the pairs of Harris shoes at retail at Marshalls with all of the warranty and merchantability protections that a person accrues from buying at a retailer, and now intend to hold them until the current glut passes and then resell them on Ebay without those protections, can you please explain to me the value you have added?
I drove all around California looking for goods to sell, happened upon these shoes, and will then take the considerable effort and expense required to photograph them and list them on ebay, risking of course that they may never sell. Now, they are available to customers all over the world, that certainly would never have gotten the chance to buy them, being that they were on double clearance at a obscure little Marshalls - the locals obviously had no idea what they were, nor the taste to buy them. It's essentially a finders fee, and not a very good one considering the effort expended. And I'm sure my customers will still consider them a good value, even if I offer them for 70% off retail instead of 80% off. Just a day in the life of another one of those 'evil' ebay sellers
As for the size, I have indeed encountered Harris shoes that ran large. But these aren't among them. I wear a size 12-13 depending on brand and I was not even able to get my foot into a pair of these in size 13. If you happen to have a narrow foot and very low instep, you may want to buy a 1/2 size smaller, but that would be the minority.