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Trickers Cipresso Shell Cordovan LWB

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Harvitz81, Sep 11, 2013.

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  1. Harvitz81

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    Fantastic pair of Tricker's Long Wing Blutcher's in Cipresso Shell Cordovan leather. The size of these are 11UK in the 4444 last. Cipresso is a very dark green, almost black cordovan. It is gorgeous in person and you can pair it with most anything (i.e. with whatever you'd pair black with).

    Please, know your fit in Tricker's if you are interested. The 4444 last is roomier than most. I'm normally a 12US true to size (i.e. medium) in everything. I have a pair of trickers calf boots in 11UK on this last and they are roomy, but manageable cause they're boots. The combo of the shoes, and possibly cordovan leather made me decide that these are just too roomy for me. These shoes were bought new and worn for exactly 2 days. Not even broke in, but given how roomy they are on me I know they would eventually be unwearable on my feet once broken in.

    I would say these would fit someone with a 12EEE foot best or maybe a 12.5E. Nothing on the medium side and nothing longer than 12.5. Again, best to know your fit in Trickers.

    I would not part with these if the fit was right (I even tried insoles as a remedy to see, but alas no). These will patina wonderfully and I'm already thinking of getting an MTO in a cipresso cordovan boot on a different last cause I like the leather so much.

    Asking $450 $400 375 300 plus shipping CONUS for this. Don't really want to ship int'l on these. Shoe trees not included.
     

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