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John Lofgren Cognac Short-Shift Engineer Boot (10.5)


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Dec 15, 2009
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Arizor submitted a new resource:

John Lofgren Cognac Short-Shift Engineer Boot (10.5) - Lofgren's famous engineer boot in cognac

Ok I've been in denial long enough: I have long but very slim feet (11B or thereabouts).

These John Lofgren cognac badalassi leather short shift engineers are gorgeous but too wide for my ridiculous feet.

I'm looking to get some funds to buy Clinch CN boots (which everyone complains about, but the slimness is perfect for my foot!).

These have had 2 weeks of wear, the badalassi cognac leather is *stunning*, and develops very quickly, as seen below.

Cost $950 new, willing to let them go...

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