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FS: John Lobb Fould Monk straps 11.5 E

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I have a brand new pair of John Lobb Fould monk straps in UK size 11.5 E for sale. The last is 2466. I found this particular pair to run very close to US size 11.5 so I have included the shoes outsole measurements The shoe's outsole measures approx. 12 3/4 inches long by 4 1/2 inches at it's widest. These shoes have never been used and will come with the original box and dust bags. The shoes have been marked with an S which I understand to mean that they were sold as sale shoes.

I am asking for $500 obo. These shoes are listed in ebay under my username wushu2000 as well as other Santoni goodyear welted shoes.

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Thanks!
Duane
 

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I agree. I also found the Fould to be a little small. I ended up selling mine to Koji!
 

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Nice shoes.

edit: btw, a link to the auction would be nice. thanks
 

zjpj83

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Originally Posted by EL72
Nice shoes. I believe the S means they were subs though, not sale.

edit: btw, a link to the auction would be nice. thanks

I think S is Sale and "R" is for rejects
 

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Here is the link:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...6260&rd=1&rd=1

I do believe the S stands for sale as the bottom of the shoe is finished and are stamped John Lobb . I do have a few shoes that have R designation and these had a differently finished bottom and do not have a stamp.

Duane
 

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My mistake. I have edited my earlier post then. I am interested in the brown Santoni 10D but not sure about sizing. I find outsole measurements very confusing because that shoe measures bigger than another 11.5. Do you know how the Santoni 10D fits? I am usually a 9.5 (43) or 9.5 E in AE for example. Thanks
 

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I can't really comment on the fit as I am a 11.5. It does look smaller than the remington that I have on auction. The remington was the right size for me but the captoe are was too snug. Sorry that I can't be more of help.

Duane
 

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Do you know the name of that Santoni model?
 

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It looks like the Thorpe but this is just a guess.
 

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I just wanted to post that my auctions for this pair of Lobb as well as a few new pairs of Santoni end today!

DM
 

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