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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr. Moo, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. thefastlife

    thefastlife Distinguished Member

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    hey all. i come to you for advice.

    i've been trying to sell off 2 pairs of relatively nice shoes (Sanders & Sanders) at, what i think, is a very fair price. one is NIB, the other worn once - only selling due to fit.

    neither are getting traction on here or on ebay - i have them listed ~$100/ea. my assumption is it's more due to name recognition than price/quality.

    any thoughts?

    thanks!

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  2. Munky

    Munky Distinguished Member

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    I have a really nice pair of Sander's brogues. They look like Tricker's brogues but are (understandably) less finely made. They are, though, very smart and very comfortable to wear.

    I think some of your problem may be down to name recognition. I haven't read much about Sander' shoes, on the internet. I'm not sure what the answer is, though! For me, they are great shoes. Your suggested prices seem about right. I paid £250 for my brogues.
     


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