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Up for sale is a used pair of Alden x Leffot Tobacco chamois boots in size 10D Barrie Last. These were purchased directly from Leffot in 2015. Boots are in great condition outside of wear at the tongue due to laces. Shoe trees and original box with dust bags included. Please don’t hesitate to...
After getting into the shoe game a few years back and having collected 7 pairs of calf leather Allen Edmonds (mix of new factory firsts and seconds), I figured it was time to start looking for shell. I've always been partial to the sleek look of Italian designed shoes but ended up...
Im very knew to old vintage shoes.
Could you give me an advice on this shoe as far as the condition and how much i should pay for it ?
The only part that is skeptical to me is the heel edge area where you slip in the foot. It seems a bit cracked?
"They don't make them like that anymore." This saying is especially true when it comes to dress shoes that were made in the USA. In prior decades US had numerous dress shoe brands that included lines of excellent, classic and well built shoes. Nettleton, Hanover, Alden, Allen Edmonds...
so the way i see it is this, buying used leather footwear is not recommended because the insole of the shoe would have molded to the previous user(s) feet. so it is better to buy a new pair of shoes, or if you have to, buy a very slightly used pair, to minimize the feet imprint problem.