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YSL Boot in Army Green Leather & Khaki Wool Flannel (Size 42)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Fiddler, Oct 26, 2012.

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  1. Fiddler

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    These are made in Italy, brand new and unworn as the pictures and soles attest. Purchased from the YSL USA online store for US$750 and are fully sold out there.

    Check out a similar pair here, although mine have a different colour scheme: http://www.mrporter.com/product/313050

    Very interesting colour combination of army green (subtle and matt, not shiny or bright) leather and flannel that appears a greenish-grey khaki. The soles look virtually indestructible.

    Fit wise, IMO these run generous for a EU42 size. I am a reliable US9D and found that they allow enough room for my foot and thick winter socks. For thin socks they may be worn with an insole.

    I think these will suit a US9D (comfortably) and a US9.5D (comfortably snug).

    I got rid of the box but have the original YSL shoe bag.

    Since these are brand new, I will take 25% off the price of US$750....my selling price is US$600 (nett via paypal). I am paypal verified.

    Once completed, the sale will be final so please be certain about your sizing requirements.

    Shipping is extra and will be by registered, insured airmail from Singapore. Any other questions, please ask.

    Thanks
     
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