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BIG DROP! Alfred Sargent x Tim Little Slip-Ons (JM Weston Signature style), worn *once*, UK7 (RRP $4

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by radicaldog, Sep 28, 2011.

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  1. radicaldog

    radicaldog Senior member

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    Bought these on sale, but they're too small for me. So I wore them once and gave up (see how the soles are only scuffed). Shame, as they're an incredibly versatile shoe: it's much dressier than a penny loafer, but still looks good with jeans. Note the subtle skin stitching on the toe. It's basically a version of the famous JM Weston 180 Signature Loafer (Vass and Lobb also do this style), with a nice British twist: the blue soles.

    The regular retail price for these is £287.87 -- that's over 450 $ USD (see http://www.timlittle.com/shop/product.php/14/whisky___women_in_black_calf_leather ). I need space so I'm letting them go for $99 59USD, shipped worldwide. No returns.

    The size is UK7, regular width (The length of the outsole --heel to toe-- is just over 11 inches, or 28cm.). They're made in Northampton, England by Alfred Sargent (search the Forum to confirm) and quality-wise I'd put them on a par with Church's custom grade or C&J bench grade. So they're a real bargain at this price. And you can even make me an offer, but not too distant from the asking price I'm afraid.

    Shipping: $10 European Union (I'm based in England), $20 rest of the world. Will ship as soon as PayPal payment clears.
     

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    Are they black or a very dark brown? I'm hoping for the latter...
     


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    Sorry, only just saw this post -- they're black. I think that makes them more interesting, actually. Brown slip-ons reek too much of public school (in the English sense).
     


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