They are Church's. You can tell by:
- the imprint inside of the shoe
- the style and shape of the stitching on the sole
- the size marking on the sole
I got you guys beat: I'm currently wearing the Goodwill brand belt....not a belt found from Goodwill, but their own, Goodwill belt. Apparently they have some sort of an agreement with some manufacturer, because every few weeks they get a huge supply of "NWT" (unbranded, but a new price tag attached to it, and clearly new) belts that they sell for $5. They are in better condition than the other paltry belt selection I've found, so I begrudgingly pulled the trigger and bought one. It's not...terrible. But yeah, it's a sad state of affairs and proof positive that belts are MFing impossible to find at thrifts.
Only had a few minutes to do some damage today. Picked these Florsheim's up thinking they would be my size, however, they are too narrow. Not sure if they are worth a damn - but are available. cheap $ or trade.
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Stumbled across this Tumi Suit Carrier (dont know the exact title of this piece) Would anyone have any need for this? It has all of the neccessary pleasentries inside - ie. hangars
On a side note, I've often wondered why the thrifts around here charge me per shoe tree, as if I would only buy one. If they are going to do that, why don't they charge me for each individual shoe as well.