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Edward Green Burgundy Double Monks

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by theyare, Sep 30, 2012.

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  1. theyare

    theyare Distinguished Member

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    Have up for sale a pair of Edward Green Burgundy double monks.

    A leather scar on the toe of each shoe. A small hairline scar on the right toe. A larger one on the toe of the left shoe.
    Soles do have some wear - probably have a little wear left before re-sole absolutely necessary.

    Marked size is 10 B 202. So, 202 last, Size is 10 UK Narrow.

    Trees not included.

    The scars are there, but not a huge deal breaker IMHO as they have blended nicely with some Saphir cream- If they don't sell, I may get these resoled and wear myself.

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    Man, if these were 10e! Good price on EGs, even with the scars, and the potential cost of a resolve. Good luck!
     


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