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IC: NIB St. Crispins in smaller sizes

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Big A, Oct 21, 2012.

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  1. Big A

    Big A Senior member

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    While in Belgium I went to a friend's store and saw he had a stock of unsold St. Crispin's in smaller sizes. I can get these at his cost if I can buy 5 or more pairs. With shipping, it's US$650 per pair, with trees included (I think). This is about $950 off MSRP.

    I'm not making anything on this deal, btw - just trying to bring fine shoes to the tiny-footed masses:

    First up: Model 111 in 7, 8, 8.5, 8.5, and 9

    Next: Model 106 in 7.5, 8, and 8

    These fit true to US size in my opinion. I don't have measurements, so don't ask.

    The deal: If you are serious, shoot me a PM. Once I get 5 or more orders, I will collect the money, buy the shoes from my friend, and have the shoes shipped. You should get them in about two weeks.

    I'm not just releasing the name of the store because a not-to-be-named fuckhead here recently flipped a pair of my Lobbs, and this pissed me off. I don't want to see someone go pick these up and flip them at a $200 mark-up . . . I realize opinions differ, but I thought the purpose of the B&S was more egalitarian. Call me a socialist.
     

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    Do these come with trees?

    If you have the three-eyelet in a US 8.5, please let me know (pm).

    Thanks
     
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