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$335 w/Trees Brown Crockett & Jones Weymouth Handgrade Wholecut UK 10

$335 w/Trees Brown Crockett & Jones Weymouth Handgrade Wholecut UK 10

Very Near New Crockett & Jones for G.J. Cleverley Wholecuts in Dark Brown Antique Calf with Leather Soles. Size 10 E UK. Made on the Crockett & Jones 337 last to Handgrade standards (beveled waist, oak bark soles, etc)

Identical shoe to the Crockett & Jones Weymouth.

Bought these over the phone and cost too much to ship them back to the UK. Tried them out on 2-3 wears at the office in sheer denial that I am not a size 10 in these.

My loss is your gain.

Light scuffing on soles (haven't even worn through the dye yet), no marks on the leather that I can see. Some marks where polish is wearing off - no scuffs or gouges. Only ever been touched with Saphir products.

They're retailing for $550 ex-VAT plus shipping at Pediwear under the C&J brand.

Asking $450 -> $335 plus shipping.

Comes with box and trees but no bags.

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