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    Default Allen Edmonds Vintage Leeds

    one of the rules of BB, is we are not suppose to post live auctions....may the rest of the Mods shoot me for doing this.....but search Ebay "Camel Leeds" and watch comes up. These are NOS Allen Edmonds....can you imagine the actual hand craftsmanship on this. Check out the sewn in tag of the show. Love to see your comments when you come back !!!!
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    Very nice shoots indeed. Don't kill me, but I don't care for that leather texture.
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    wow, does leather dry out after 70 years with no upkeep?
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    Size 7.5 c. Probably not too many of those size feet around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsonent View Post
    Size 7.5 c. Probably not too many of those size feet around.

    Jeff

    he probably wore a 6 7/8 hat, too....

    leather can dry and become brittle...it would get back to conditioner, conditioner, conditioner....

    I'm not real crazyabout the testure, unless I was in a retro club of sorts, however, i love NOS in any item....imagine 50 years from now somebody finds a NOS Commodore Computer....LOL
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    64 or 64C?
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    I actually sometimes like a pebble-grained texture on casual shoes like that, although its got a bit too much for my taste. But still looks very nice.

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    Nice looking. But very small. My size 11's wouldn't have a chance.
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