MENS USA STRIPE NOS Vtg 70s BART STARR SNEAKERS Shoe 8

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 10,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction
USA 3-STRIPE CANVAS HIGH TOP NOS Vtg 70s BART STARR BASKETBALL TENNIS SNEAKERS
MENS 8 M **Click Pictures to Enlarge**

LABEL: LA CROSSE ...BART STARR...MADE IN THE USA

COMPOSITION: not stated...we believe this is a canvas upper and rubber sole.

DESCRIPTION

AWESOME pair of vintage 70s BART STARR LACROSSE white canvas high top basketball tennis shoes. MADE IN THE USA. 3 BLACK stripes down the sides, double black ring around the band above the sole, extra toe cap band and Indian Head LACROSSE LOGO patch..BART STARR...Lacrosse...USA...on the back of the heel . Insole reads; Cushion heel comfort, Lacrosse Indian Arch. A GREAT vintage find!!

CONDITION: NEW OLD STOCK...DEADSTOCK..from a high quality department store that closed in the 70s. NOTED: These were not stored in their box and they do have some storage soiling...allover light dust and the back of the right shoe has some water markings. See pics. Sold as is with these issues noted...starting bid reflects this.

SIZE: Vintage SIZE 8 M (See measurements for proper sizing)

MEASUREMENTS

Across the widest part of the sole on the outside: 3 5/8"

Length measured on the inside from tip of toe to heel: 10 1/2"

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INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS: Please email for a QUOTE, preferably BEFORE the auction ends. We ship USPS Priority WITH Tracking of the package OR Airmail FIRST CLASS with NO tracking. We will NOT mark the customs form as a gift and we will NOT lower the value. Customs duties and taxes are your responsibility to pay to your country upon delivery, as you are the importer. Please take them into consideration when bidding.

PAYMENT: PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED by us WITHIN 3 days of auction's end. We accept PayPal. Please contact us right away after the auction ends if you will be paying later or will be purchasing more items for combined shipping.

RETURNS: ALL SALES ARE FINAL unless we have made an error in our listing. If you prefer to return an item, t will be a $10.00 Restocking fee and NO refunds for shipping. You must contact us within 5 days of our shipping notification to you and item must be approved by us for return and returned within 5 days following approval.

OUR MERCHANDISE: Is primarily Vintage. They will have had another life, whether from our own collection or from estate or auction sales. We can not guarantee that our items are from a smoke and pet free environment. As with any used clothing or vintage item, please take into account that even the most cared for piece may have age related imperfections. Each of our items is carefully examined and flaws are disclosed. We encourage e-mails regarding condition or sizing.

Vintage sizes are NOT the same as modern sizes, so it is VERY IMPORTANT that you FOLLOW THE MEASUREMENTS GIVEN. The only fool proof sizing method is to compare the measurements to something you already own. We measure with the item laid flat. Because we put measurements on all of our auctions, we can NOT be responsible for sizing problems. If you have any questions on sizing, please email us before you place a bid so we can help you. ALL SALES ARE FINAL unless we have made an error in our listing.

THANKS!! ROSE and JOAN

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