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Bostonian No. 16 (Last) Brogue Cap Toe Boots, Burgundy, 9.5D
Comes with shoe bags and original box.
Worn ONCE to the office.
Perfect condition (minus the markings on the sole)
I paid $550, asking $440 shipped (25% off incl. S&H)
*I know, Bostonian isn't one of the first boot brands that come to mind when you think quality boots, but I've been watching these for a while and they NEVER go on sale.

I've tried/owned many US & Indonesian boots under the $800 range and these have to be one of the most comfortable straight out of the box. Don't get me wrong, they are made of thick quality American leather, but it's supple pull-up, and with the lining and footbed and formed heel cup, I was impressed at how it just hugged my feet.

The reason I'm selling these practically new boots is because they felt like a glove when I was tried them on (at the end of the day), but when I wore them at the office I noticed my some tightness by day's end. Now, I could easily wear them and let them stretch a little, which they will, but I like the form/last so much I don't want to change the shape (yes, I'm that anal). So I'll be cutting my losses and re-buying the wide equivalent.

Edited adage - my ridiculousness is your gain...
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