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Opininons on this Tramezza

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kali77, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. kali77

    kali77 Senior member

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    chorse123 Senior member

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    Probably, though the creasing looks much worse than it should be, given the rest of the wear. Odd.
     
  3. rnoldh

    rnoldh Senior member

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    Try to get better close-up pictures. They look good but close-ups would really tell you more!
     
  4. kali77

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    Probably, though the creasing looks much worse than it should be, given the rest of the wear. Odd.

    I was concerned about this myself. Also if you look closely at the second pic it looks like the sole inbetween the rubber pads is significantly worn[​IMG]

    Gene
     
  5. chorse123

    chorse123 Senior member

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    But the interior is not worn much at all. It's a little strange. Perhaps the person had them refubrished? I don't like to pay that much for used shoes, but it's not a bad price.
     
  6. philosophe

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    To me, it looks like the original wearer may have stretched these shoes a bit toward their outside edges. It's hard to tell, but a shot looking straight down at the shoes w/o the trees would give you an idea of how in or out of their original shape the shoes are.
     
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    Well they went for $93.00+15.00 for shipping. Which was more than I was willing to pay for them. No worries though I have a BNIB pair of C&J for Paul Stuart from Alanc that arrived today. Just patiently awaiting my arrival[​IMG]
     
  9. kitonbrioni

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    Appears to be a lot for a pair of well worn shoes.
     

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