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BNIB Cheaney Eamonn 10.5F (UK) Black Boot

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Blackhood, Jan 31, 2012.

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  1. Blackhood

    Blackhood Senior member

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    For sale is a 1st Quality Eamonn Boot in Black. Purchased last year but never worn these are great dress boots.

    High-shine leather (I believe the equivalent to Church's Binder Leather). They stay looking great for a long time, I have two other pairs that, at 3 years old, look almost new.

    Full leather lining (no Linen half-sock like the old version)

    Cork footbed, moulds nicely to the feet, unlike the leather-board used by Loake, Barker etc.

    Pictures taken with my phone, proper pictures are available if there is interest.

    No shoe trees, and shipping is at-cost. May be willing to negotiate shipping if the boots are taken at full price.
     

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    Do these fit TTS? How's the width on the last?
     
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    I believe they are marginally wider than most shoes (talking 1/8"). I usually find shoes too narrow at the forepart but this last works well. For reference I take 10.5 in Herring Shoes, Loake and a 10 in C&J Lownes.
     
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    Thanks, will be too small for me then I think
     
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