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FS/FT: New White Superga COTU 2750, Sz US 9/42

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Jsoftz, Apr 15, 2012.

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  1. Jsoftz

    Jsoftz Senior Member

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    Dec 12, 2006
    Dallas, TX
    *DROP* $35 shipped.

    Just picked up a pair of Superga COTU 2750 classic sneakers in white from eBay. Looking for a great summer sneaker that isn't $300 like CPs? This is it! They are new and not worn except trying on. I ripped off the tags accidentally while trying on (one tag holding the two shoes together, making it hard to walk) but still have them. They came in the original box.

    Someone was selling them for cheap on eBay and I was quick to grab a pair, except they didn't have my usual size (9.5). I checked Zappos and the consensus seemed to be that they ran a half-size larger, which I thought was perfect because the ebay seller only had size 9 left in stock.

    Turns out they run more true-to-size. Oh well.

    So I'm selling these for $42 shipped to anywhere in the US. If anyone has a pair in 9.5, I would love to trade, contact me for details.

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