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post #1 of 2 Old 03-03-2009, 01:17 AM Thread Starter
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For Sale: Effingham Field Boots, size 9.5 Wide

These are the 200L model. I bought them in November for $250. They were custom made for somebody else, who ended up returning them because apparently they didn't fit her.

These boots are too wide and too short for me. Worn about 8 times. Perfect for schooling. They run a bit big. Spanish tops, spur rest, pull-on.


Widest part of calf: 16.5"
Height from floor to top back: 18.5"
Height from floor to top outside: 19.5"
Height from floor to top inside: 18"

I have to add that there is a minor blemish on the left outside part of the boot by the top part of the ankle area. This was not caused by me, but a mistake of the bootmaker. I showed the cobbler and he said there won't be a problem with the boots (i.e, they won't rip or tear or anything and there is at least 10 years of life in them).

I will include boot pulls and a boot jack.

$125, offers considered. Shipping by USPS, depends on location and service (priority, express, regular etc.)

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post #2 of 2 Old 01-04-2010, 10:43 PM
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Do you still have these boots? I would like to purchase them if you do.
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