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John Lobb William Double Monk 7.5E UK 8.5 US

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by nasty, Sep 1, 2012.

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  1. nasty

    nasty Senior member

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    May 27, 2011
    I recently got two pairs of Lobbs from user rebel222 and sadly both are slightly too narrow for my wide-ish feet. Here I'm offering the John Lobb William Double Monks in in size 7.5E UK which is equivalent to an 8.5 US. Rebel222's description of the shoe sums them up perfectly: "They are a tan pebble grain. 360 degree welt. There are a couple of minor nicks at the toes. Moderate wear to the soles, but there is still amount of life left in the soles." I've included the same pictures from the original classified since I haven't worn them beyond a test run on carpet in my home. They are both in great condition as can be seen from the photos and considering these were my first exposure to the high end realm of shoes I'm a believer that their cost is worth it--I just need to find the right size.

    I also have the John Lobb Darby Burgundy Cap Toe in 7.5 E UK for sale and a pair of lasted shoe trees in size 7E UK, but rebel222 said, and he was correct, that they perfectly fit these two shoes despite the size discrepancy. I am most interested in selling all of these as a group so I'd be willing to listen to offers. Shoe trees are not included in the current prices but I would add them for an additional 75. Let me know if you have any questions.


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