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Billy Reid Olden Wingtip Boot NEW

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by mojoe, Mar 9, 2013.

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  1. mojoe

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    Never-worn Billy Reid Olden Wingtip Boots in US size 11. Top quality Italian leather + full leather sole. Billy Reid: GQ's "Best new menswear designer in America" & 2012 CFDA "Menswear Designer of the Year" is a highly sought-after designer brand and most shoes sell out quickly. I was lucky to grab these and have held onto them until now. Originally priced at $425 and SOLD OUT everywhere, even eBay. With original box & embroidered keeping bags.

    The first time I saw them, there was something about Billy Reid's Olden boots that seemed very well-mannered. There was that subtle sophistication which comes with a shoe that's been made by hand in an Italian workshop. The supple burnished leather, the charming details and the double-stitched welt on an all-leather sole. There was also the kind of rugged toughness that you'd expect from an Alabama-based designer who likes his whiskey neat and also happens to make a shearling-lined shotgun case.

    In short, they're the ideal choice for autumnal footwear. Masculine and hardy enough for your favorite jeans, yet classic and handsome enough to slide under your suit or a pair of flannel trousers for the office or a date.

    Please email with any questions.

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