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vintage shoes

  1. Hartmann

    Florsheim made in Canada longwings size 8D (fits 8/8.5)

    Hello All, Up for sale is a pair of almost-new vintage Florsheims. Made in Canada. $70 shipped to USA/Canada via Paypal. Marked size 8D, but run large and would likely fit an 8.5D. Outsole length: 12.125". Outsole width: 4.5". Appear to have been worn only once, light scuffing on sole. Happy...
  2. Hartmann

    Crosby Square "Pre-flex" made in USA calfskin longwings size 8EE (also fits 8.5 D)

    Hello All, Up for sale is an NOS pair of Crosby Square shoes. "Pre-flex" line. Made in USA. They are vintage. I'd guess they were made in the late 80s or early 90s. (They are not the circa-2014 "relaunch" of the brand). Fit size 8EE, but could also fit an 8.5D. Outsole length: 11.75". Outsole...
  3. ccpl14

    The Quasi-Official Vintage Shoe Buy, Sell, Trade (B/S/T) Thread

    Hi Everyone, This thread is for buying, selling, and trading vintage footwear. Please follow the ground rules from other B/S/T threads on StyleForum: In general: - Vintage shoes only - as determined by the community - Post clear images of the product - Include price, condition, shipping...
  4. suitforcourt

    Styleforum - vintage shoes event - 2017 or 2018

    Hello gentlemen, I'd like to create an event showcasing vintage shoes. Perhaps a full day event with this kind of schedule: 1. Breakfast at hotel, followed by brief words of welcome; 2. Panel on vintage dress shoes; 3. Break; 4. Check out sponsor tables; 5. Demonstrations on maintaining...
  5. D

    Why I Am Not Afraid Of Contracting VTDs From Shoes

    Though I give my reasons for not fearing vintageally transmitted diseases, I do not mean to imply that my lack of fear is entirely reasonable, nor that fears are entirely irrational. Though I wear second hand shoes, suits and sportcoats, I would never wear another's tie, shirt, slacks, jeans...
  6. smfdoc

    Vintage Dress shoe appreciation, tips, maintenance and advice

    "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...
  7. iroh

    buying used shoes, ok or not?

    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. so do...
  8. Sixers_610

    How to make dark brown leather shoes lighter?

    Hi everyone, I have a pair of brown Santoni Elliston oxfords that I really love. I do wish they were a lighter brown, how do I go about that? Do I just start using a mid brown shoe polish? Any other ideas? Thanks!

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