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New $1725 Saint Crispin's Brown Shoes - Lace Ups - 11 D/10 F - (506VNA76)

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    SAINT CRISPIN'S DERBY, ONE EYELET, PLAIN TIP MODEL 506 VNA 76
    This model does not work for me. I have a high instep and the shoe does not open up enough to let my foot slide in. I am afraid I might damage the shoe or leather if I use too much force.
    Size 10F equal to US 11D
    Actual measurements, Internal length 11.75", External length 12.125", Width 4.125"
    Original retail $1725
    The photos tell the story
     

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    Yes, too late to return them.
     


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    They are still on leatherfoot for full retail.
     
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    great shoes. hope you find an excellent buyer.
     


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    Thanks. It's too bad because the length and width are right. Being a single eyelet they just don't open up enough to let my high instep enter. Don't want to use too much force.
     


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    maybe try with a shoehorn?
     


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