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Johnston & Murphy Hardys in Size 11.5 or 12

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by Asterix, Jun 19, 2005.

  1. Asterix

    Asterix Senior Member

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    Hi Folks, I am a newby here and need some help with locating the shoes below in size 11.5 or 12. [​IMG]
     


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    ebay, probably....

    do a search on google or froogle....
     


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    Thanks NoVaguy,

    I did search ebay and the ones there were 10 or 10.5 from the same seller.
     


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    you know, there was a site that had them for 19.99 or 24.99.  one of those camp gear/hunting gear/discount sites.  somebody mentioned it on Aakandy or SF earlier this spring.  it might be worth your time to wade through the archives to find the site.  it's probably a 2-3 hour job.
     


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