I have for sale a pair of Red Wing Heritage 9012 boots from the "Beckman" line. The price is $165 $155 $145 $125 (+4% or pay by gift), which includes free shipping via USPS for the CONUS. The price is firm. I purchased these boots in early 2012 and have worn them off and on through this year. They are in the chestnut color, which even at the time I purchased them, were a rare color; I don't think they sold in the U.S. any more - probably dead-stock. I could be wrong though. These are .5 larger than your standard dress shoe size, I believe, so sizing down to 9.5 should be good. If you plan on putting in thick insoles and wearing heavy socks during the winter, size accordingly. I did my best to take pictures of the only known blemishes on the boot that I myself would want to know about. Because there was snow on the ground when I bought these (I do live in Alaska ha-ha) the leather part of the soles certainly had work done to them. I cleaned & conditioned these boots every 3-4 weeks using Lexol cleaner, Red Wing neutral boot cream (recommended for the featherstone leather used on the Beckman boot) and Montana Pitch Blend to condition the leather and protect it from snow/rain. The boots look so much better in person than in the photos (as far as leather quality is concerned) and I am only selling these because I wanted to buy some hiking boots. I honestly think that chestnut is the one best colors for the Beckman line. "DETAILS: Featherstone high shine leather moc-toe work boots with white contrast stitch, Roccia rubber grip sole, and Goodyear Welt construction. With a design inspired by Red Wing founder, Charles Beckman's own style preferences, these polishable boots are made to pull double duty - tough enough for the workplace during the day, but grown up and sharp when they're shined up properly. Red Wing says it best when they say, "These boots are built to impress." Made in USA." Please let me know if you have any questions regarding sizing, comfort, or just want more pictures. Cheers!