Sears Vintage Longwing

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  1. boibleu22

    boibleu22 Well-Known Member

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    Taking inspiration from a friend of mine who found a few treasures at local thrift stores, i took myself to a local Goodwill and found these never worn shoes: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Does anyone know anything about these Sears Longwings? I know for a while florsheim made some for sears, but these were made in Korea. Regardless, 25 bucks i think is are a hell of a steal for some aesthetically good looking shoes.
     


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    Those look sweet. I wonder how they will hold up after a few wearings. I wonder how the upper leather will hold.
     


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    how did they fit, btw? tts?
     


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    boibleu22 Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't say TTS... I normally wear a 9.5 and these fit great!
     


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    Mannix Senior member

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    I see those at thrift stores from time to time, and also longwings from JcPenny. They certainly look legit!
     


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