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C & J tricolour oxford

Salsalocust

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Hi Guys,

What are you opinions on this tricolour Oxford?

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One colour too many perhaps?

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If I was to get rid of a colour, IMO I'd replace the dark brown cap with chestnut. But then perhaps you'd simply end up with yet another two tone shoe.

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Hope you are OK with it being here rather than B & S..... as it is not ready for sale

Regards,

Graham
 

stickonatree

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it may look good with jeans, actually.

or they'll just end up looking like bowling shoes.
 

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I don't know if it's one color too many, or if that cap is just too dark. Either way, not my cup of tea.
 

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Not very interesting. Rather haphazard.
 

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Fond of C&J generally. Pass on this one.
 

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Yet another reason we need a recession. . .
 

rnoldh

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I assume you aquired these C & Js at a heavily discounted price.

There was a reason!
 

Salsalocust

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....... so you love it then!

It's a good job I have a global market to fish in......



Just for fun.... why not have a theoretical punt on the selling price I eventually get for these.


PM me with your guesses and I will announce the winner in a "spread bet style"


My range will be £ 129 - £ 134 (See! You have pushed my SP down already!)

Regards,

Graham
 

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I would pay $100 with the hope that I could make the entire shoe black. That notwithstanding, I wouldn't pay any amount for these shoes.

I do think you'll find a buyer for these in the $250-$300 range with the right marketing message ("unique, high quality for the discerning eye...") though it might take a while.
 

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