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Tiny-footed motherf.....
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A veritable goldmine of Apparel Arts prints/articles/etc. Fifth anniversary book! 348 pages. Jamison and I were going at it for a while, but at $102 (and likely to go much higher), I can't afford it. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...1749&rd=1&rd=1
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A veritable goldmine of Apparel Arts prints/articles/etc. Fifth anniversary book! 348 pages. Jamison and I were going at it for a while, but at $102 (and likely to go much higher), I can't afford it.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...1749&rd=1&rd=1
Here's another link as that one's not working for me: http://cgi.ebay.com/APPAREL-ARTS-5th...QQcmdZViewItem
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I just won these Cheaneys for $13.52, wasn't expecting to. I put a bid of $15 yesterday and forgot about it.



http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...2619&rd=1&rd=1
tarmac...another great shoe in another forum...im verrry jealous of your shoe collection...care to show all of the good buys uve had?
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http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-John-Lob...QQcmdZViewItem

http://cgi.ebay.com/john-lobb-lopez-...QQcmdZViewItem

And another Lopez, this time for larger feet:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Prestigious-JOHN...QQcmdZViewItem,

although not 9.5 US Wide as the seller has stated, but, I think, 9.5E UK, which is about 10.5 D US.
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Originally Posted by vvoc View Post
tarmac...another great shoe in another forum...im verrry jealous of your shoe collection...care to show all of the good buys uve had?

wow thanks! I've only been buying non sneakers for about a year. I will put up collection pic when I get my second-hand Edward Greens from Chris Rimby

I'm shocked how nice these Cheaneys are. The original listing didn't show the model name, but it says "monet", I looked it up after I got it and the retail is 200 pounds. big score


Also got a NIB with bags pair of Tyrwhitts. I know they aren't the greatest but it was $70 shipped. Very nice construction, stitching, although I'm afraid they will crease badly, hehe

post #4447 of 14986
The AA book ended at $330. I put in $300, but couldn't justify going any higher.

Congrats if an SF member won it.
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[quote=Tarmac;524254]wow thanks! I've only been buying non sneakers for about a year.QUOTE]


Priceless

Only one year out of sneakers. You are well on your way to catching up to aportnoy
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260118992468

a pair of tramezzas not described as such, courtesy of the shoe ticker
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Well, maybe you do. Full brogue oxfords on 202 last. Consider this. EG will fully recraft their shoes for 125 GBP plus shipping. For that you get full repair, relasting (on a narrower last if desired), new soles and heels, refurbishment of the uppers, refinishing--from what I've heard, pretty close to a new pair of shoes. So you get these for a song (of your choice), have them sent directly to the EG refurbishing department and get them back in 6-8 weeks. Total cost: 150 GBP (to include shipping) + whatever you get the shoes for--likely under 50 GBP. So you could have a somewhat like-new pair of EGs for $390-$400 US. Too bad the owner never knew about shoehorns.

http://cgi.ebay.com/EDWARD-GREEN-MEN...QQcmdZViewItem
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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
Well, maybe you do. Full brogue oxfords on 202 last. Consider this. EG will fully recraft their shoes for 125 GBP plus shipping. For that you get full repair, relasting (on a narrower last if desired), new soles and heels, refurbishment of the uppers, refinishing--from what I've heard, pretty close to a new pair of shoes. So you get these for a song (of your choice), have them sent directly to the EG refurbishing department and get them back in 6-8 weeks. Total cost: 150 GBP (to include shipping) + whatever you get the shoes for--likely under 50 GBP. So you could have a somewhat like-new pair of EGs for $390-$400 US. Too bad the owner never knew about shoehorns.

http://cgi.ebay.com/EDWARD-GREEN-MEN...QQcmdZViewItem

Yeah, I was considering it...maybe getting my cobbler to do most of the work.
post #4452 of 14986
Why do people bid with 6 days left??? I was goin to buy the E.G.'s now and them some idiot named Russell with no feedback comes along and bids
post #4453 of 14986
Hmm... I don't know. It looks like those have been resoled (see the white stitching) and if so, EG won't work on them. And that counter damage looks suspicious.
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Just something else to consider: For $100 more or so, you can get brand-new EGs, with shoe trees, during the Polo sales.
post #4455 of 14986
A very low price: $220 incl. shipping for NIB A. Testoni shoes! http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...432#post525432
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