A Character, & A Birthright
Stopped by Sid Mashburn last week – and didn’t leave without these. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves:
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Their great, and I hope they fit well….now tell me about that bourbon barrel they’re sitting on….
Drooling over here
These shoes are not showing on their website – where can they be purchased and what is the price?
Those would certainly turn my head! I need to get to Atlanta soon to check out he and his wife Ann’s stores.
Call them, they have them in the store, they are $295. looking forward to when they get to seattle
How are the looking/feeling after wearing for a few month? I am thinking about placing an order for a pair. I love that these can be warn with about anything!
Look good. Do they run true to size?
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