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***The Official eBay / B&S / eShop Someone-Should-Kop Thread***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Razele, Apr 16, 2010.

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    cheaper to proxy from japan tbh
     
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    @psydle so many of their boots and shoes have a toe box that is shinier than the rest of the shoe, it just looks weird
     
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    That goes away if you just neglect to polish the toe as you break them in. I like the look tho. I keep most of mine in that sort of split materiality.
     
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    It's like a mullet for your feet.
     
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    ok i think this may be the best place to ask

    does anyone know how to view sold items on yjp?
    much appreciated
     
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    This is one way: http://aucfan.com/

    Not sure whether there are other better ways to do it.

    Edit: I had only used this once or twice before. Now that I play around with it more, it looks like they will give you info on a limited period of old auctions. But if you want to go further back you have to pay for a premium membership or something.
     
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    gotta click Examine the successful bid rate
     
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    yes, so does this change your opinion
     
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    @Naka I need to hear this rant please!
     
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