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Gaziano & Girling "St. James II" in Vintage Cherry - UK9E

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., Oct 13, 2011.

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  1. w.o.e.is.me.

    w.o.e.is.me. Well-Known Member

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    Procured from the Armoury. Retail $900. After speaking with Dean Girling and having him measure my feet, it's been confirmed that these shoes are just too big for me and I need to size down. I'm going to try and liquidate and rebuild my G&G collection. Starting with these. They have been gently loved (in the most Spoo way possible) but are in excellent shape.

    Length - from heel to toe, it's exactly 30cm (12 inches).
    Width - at the widest point, its 10.7cm (just over 4inches)

    Requesting $700->$650 Paypal PP shipped (additional $35 for overseas shipping). --> SOLD
     
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  2. Shannighan

    Shannighan Well-Known Member

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    Where can I get those socks?!
     
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    I realise that you've probably thought about this quite a lot already, but are you sure that you can't just wear them as is?

    From the pics, they look as though they fit you well - the laces close nicely, but there is still a slight gap, and the creasing across the vamp is in the right place (not too far forward nor too far back).
     
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