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Hoofit

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^^ silvano sassetti. Pretty nice shoes I found a pair a while back, took a while to sell but will move.
 

Centaurus3200

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Can't go wrong with a pair of AE Park Avenues. If you think you can use them, keep them!

some pretty nice brown Allen Edmonds Park Ave's, which may be their most popular brand. They fit me perfectly, but I don't know if I should keep them
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I didn't even know this brand exists. From a sold search I think I can get double my money back, but I will probably keep them, since they are Goodyear welted and look really nice on me
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A bunch of Polo Ralph Lauren sport's coats
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and finally an overcoat. I'm not too good with ing loro piana stuff, so I don't know if this is actually worth anything (kind of like a worthless zegna cloth jacket vs $$$ a zegna jacket) I see ing loro piana cloth everywhere, but don't which is actually worth something. But, this exact overcoat sold on ebay recently for $99 so I picked it up
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flipstah

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Nice find! Took me a while to find shell. I'm still waiting for that day to return haha.
 

Pyrrhomaniac

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AE Fifth Avenues with some curl in them, but in good condition overall.View attachment 1197873View attachment 1197874

Homeboy explains how he gets those wrinkles to be very feint, and using shoe trees after each wear will help a lot, if you're gonna flip, they will look much better, if you're gonna keep em, then you can make em pop like a motherfucker.
 

Odradek

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Picked up a pair of brown loafers by Ducker & Sons, the now defunct shoemakers in Oxford.
Now I know they made their own bespoke shoes, but they also sold a lot of RTW from Northampton makers such as Edward Green, Green and Loake.

I'd say these are definitely not EG, but can anyone identify the maker ?

Apart from the size, the only numbers inside are 60314 and 2755.

Unusual little ridge around the heel counter.

I had planned to flip them, but they are just my size, and hardly worn.

They somehow look a bit burgundy in the photos, but definitely dark brown.


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