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LAD MUSICIAN Black Creeper Derbies, Size Japanese 44 (US 9-9.5)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Mar 13, 2014.

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  1. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Mar 9, 2011
    Beautiful pair of black calf leather derbies on a hefty, chunky medium grey vibram sole. Made by rather hard to find cult Japanese label Lad Musician. Really solidly built, excellent for both casual or dressier clothing. Insoles are nicely padded, leather feels quite sturdy and has just the right amount of shine.

    Condition is almost new, sole is almost entirely free of scuffs and there's only the slightest bit of creasing on the upper. Previous owner wore them maybe 1-2 times, I only tried them on. Would absolutely keep but they're about a 1/2 size too small for me unfortunately. Simply asking to get back what I paid.

    Previous owner asserted that they were a "48" (Though upon inspection it seems to say 44?) and that they roughly translated into a 9-9.5 US. I would have to agree with this appraisal, as I'm a true 10 in shoes like MMM GATs, Nikes and the like, and a US 9/42 in shoes that run big like Common Projects and most boots. Outsole measures to about 12.2", but it's best to just go off of your normal size.

    Will come in Nike box, was not sent orig. box. Please pm for more questions or pics or if you want to make a very reasonable offer!

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