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Do any of you have a pair of Field & Flint Footjoy in 11C that need a matching pair of trees? Here's your chance.

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They're marked 10 so I'll put them in some shoes I have in inventory and see. These are great for reshaping wrinkled pairs.
 

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Woke up early, and did my usual routine of checking David's vcleat list. I've been really digging spectators lately. I already have a pair of vintage Florsheim ones that @Shoonoob gifted to me. And then this pair popped up in 9ee. Let's see if they work for my feet. Sears Imperial Quality line. I wonder who made them?

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Woke up early, and did my usual routine of checking David's vcleat list. I've been really digging spectators lately. I already have a pair of vintage Florsheim ones that @ShoonoAnd gifted to me. And then this pair popped up in 9ee. Let's see if they work for my feet. Sears Imperial Quality line. I wonder who made them?

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Interesting, looks like a leatherboard insole! Curious how that compares to leather or fiberboard. I know Hanover used them with some of their cushioned stuff according to the 1970 catalog on VCleat.
 

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Interesting, looks like a leatherboard insole! Curious how that compares to leather or fiberboard. I know Hanover used them with some of their cushioned stuff according to the 1970 catalog on VCleat.
I suspect these were made by Hanover. But the numbering system doesn't correspond with Hanover.... if anyone else has an educated guess, please chime in.
 

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I suspect these were made by Hanover. But the numbering system doesn't correspond with Hanover.... if anyone else has an educated guess, please chime in.
The Traditional Collection by Sears included a coordinated range of young man's fashion items and was marketed between 1965-1969. Their shoes were priced between $10.99 -$15.99 and included "slip-ons and Oxfords". No mention of a manufacturer that I can find.
 

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I am a warrior… that’s a typo. I meant worrier. I’m worried that my spouse intercepted arriving shipments. That spells apocalypse, and I’d be a literal walking dead.

Presenting 1975 Florsheim 93603 PTB that got through safely. I’ve been keeping an eye out for a pair for awhile now. This pair will be my GH project when I have time which is probably in a couple years. (Unless one of our brothers would like to dye them, I’m happy to send them out, and compensate for your work too.) The most used vintage on rotation are not NOS’ but those that haven’t broken in yet. I suspect these will be featured heavily in my rotation 👍

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I am a warrior… that’s a typo. I meant worrier. I’m worried that my spouse intercepted arriving shipments. That spells apocalypse, and I’d be a literal walking dead.

Nice Florsheims. Spouses intercepting arriving shipments is very bad indeed, disastrous. Never mind that in my case, spouse used to manage a shoe store (Birkenstock) and had DOZENS of pairs, but gets weird if a pair shows up for me in the eBay box...no, I'm not bitter. :)
 

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Alligator Edwin Clapps with a suit today.
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USPS has been silent about the whereabouts of my Mason Executive Imperial LWBs for a few days... until now. They're in New York. I'm in Virginia. The shoes came from Idaho last Monday. Yay, USPS Priority, great work. I'll get them eventually though- they'll be my first longwings, hopefully worth the wait. The welt stitching and medallion look wonderful. Not too much wear either!
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I am a warrior… that’s a typo. I meant worrier. I’m worried that my spouse intercepted arriving shipments. That spells apocalypse, and I’d be a literal walking dead.

Presenting 1975 Florsheim 93603 PTB that got through safely. I’ve been keeping an eye out for a pair for awhile now. This pair will be my GH project when I have time which is probably in a couple years. (Unless one of our brothers would like to dye them, I’m happy to send them out, and compensate for your work too.) The most used vintage on rotation are not NOS’ but those that haven’t broken in yet. I suspect these will be featured heavily in my rotation 👍

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Have you considered having items shipped to your office. ;) I have a pair that are gold label Royal Imperials and I believe the number on them is 69193. I have what appears to be the same pair in black that are green label Imperials numbered 92611
 

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Have you considered having items shipped to your office. ;) I have a pair that are gold label Royal Imperials and I believe the number on them is 69193. I have what appears to be the same pair in black that are green label Imperials numbered 92611
I’m only a student, still working my way up 🙂 I do hope having an office in a couple years. Though I suspect frequent spousal visits still (which I actually love and look forward to, despite my silly jokes 🙃) In fact, I think spousal customs is part of the thrill. Sort of like escaping from N. Korea, if caught, we risk going to re-education camp, or even worse.
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