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Tod's Brown Leather Oxford Shoes sz 9-10

PatriotsFan

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I'm selling a pair of Authentic Tod's brown leather shoes. I would have really liked to keep these shoes for myself (great business casual shoes), as they are very comfortable and stylish, however they are a bit too big for me. Brand new, these shoes would easily retail from $365-$400. These shoes are labeled a size 9, but they really feel like a US 9.5 or US 10. All of my dress shoes are US9, yet these shoes are noticeable bigger.

They are used but still in great condition. They are brown leather with a tie and the Tod's logo on the side of the shoes. The insoles are excellent and have "Tod's Made in Italy". The black rubber soles have the Tod's dots with very little wear. Tods is also imprinted on the back of the shoes.

I'm asking for $65 shipped within the United States. Shipping will be a little higher for the rest of the world.
 

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Dear Patriot,

Try this. One point on the fit is the arch support.

I regularly wear US 9 - 9.5, no idea about the width. I have a 11.5 from a thrift store, with arch support I wear him without any problem.

Any cobbler will do that for you.
 

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I am interested. can you post exact measurements? (I normally wear a 10D). also, please post more pics (eg of the sole, and close-ups) so we can get better feel of the condition of the shoes. Thanks
 

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I measured the length of the bottom sole to be 12.5 inches and the width of shoe at the widest part to be 4.7

Here are some additional pictures as requested...sorry for the bad lighting.

fritzl: The arch support of the shoe isn't a problem for me. It's really the length that's about .75 inches too long for me. I like my shoes to fit snug in the toe box.
 

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