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Making space. UK 10-11. Edward Green, Alden, Clinch, Bonafe

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Making space. UK 10-11. Edward Green, Alden, Clinch, Bonafe - Clearing out shoes in great condition to great prices.

I've realised I have too many pairs of shoes, so I'm selling shoes I have too other similar ones of, and shoes that don't fit as well as I'd hoped.
Listed prices are included international shipping, ex trees. Depending on the shoes, I may be able to pass on trees too.

Edward Green Dover in Oak Zug from Horween. E32 Size 11, notched welt and ridgeway sole. Used less than 10 times. Price: 600 Euro
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Sadly I do not. It's a half a size too large for me.
Alright! I usually wear 10.5 though, and these have actually turned out a little too slim in the front. My 10.5 on 202 has ever so slightly more space in front.
 

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Suede chukka sold.
Bumping with 10% discount on all, for one week.
 

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