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Yuketen Maine Guide Boots - 5 eyelet

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Feb 7, 2008
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Yuketen Maine Guide Boots, 5 eyelet
color: peanut
Box and shoe bag included (though not pictured)

I am the original owner of these boots; I bought them from Revolver in San Francisco about a year ago. The boots are beautiful, Yuketen's peanut suede is a very versatile and attractive leather that's very easy-wearing and comfortable and perfect for summer season. I got a lot of comments on these boots when I wore them. Unfortunately, these 10E's are a touch too large for my feet (I really need a 10D).

The boots are in excellent condition and have been worn only about 15-20 times. Obviously, there is tons of life left in the sole. I never sprayed or applied any product to the suede or any part of the boots. They were rotated with a lot of other footwear and kept in shoe trees always. They've been sitting in the original shoe box for about 8 months - the boots come with the original box (if you want it) and the original Yuketen shoe bag.

I always wear shoes with my own insoles; the original Yuketen insoles have been removed so these come with the pair of superfeet insoles that I wore them with. You'll eventually want to add your own insole.

Please see the pics and ask any questions. These are some of the best Yuketens you find, IMO, and considering their condition, a very good deal at my asking price.

$155 or best offer

(please add $12.50 to ship CONUS)


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