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Thank you, the one on the top is a grey suede blucher, the Boss Orange Daibel not the nicest but for the price I found them for, I couldn say no. Here a better look.
The far right on the second row is a pair of Bushacres that I had for a few years. I don take care of them much (one of the few shoes that don have shoe trees in them ever). They look like this now after I threw some black polish on them just for shits and giggles. (Also conditioned them for the first time in the 3 years I had them.)Some shoes will be borderline with a M size woodlore tree.
The CP suede derby is definitely too small. You want a snug fit for the trees. You don want the shoe tree exerting too much pressure on the vamp or toe.
A good way to tell Air Jordan 1 Retro for the spring loaded trees is by how compressed the spring is when it is inserted in the shoe. If the tree is completely compressed it is too tight, if the spring is not compressed or just barely being compressed, it is probably too small.
If you check the woodlore size chart, you will see that a size L tree is recommended for a size 10.5D shoe, Air Jordan 7s but it right on the line between M and L.
Damn those RBCs are beautiful. I always wanted to get a second pair but had some issues with my Nike Air Foamposite One first pair of shells from him and still can get over it when flipping through his inventory. Thankfully his self stocked inventory isn that great right now.
The C are beautiful too. I bought the Marlows like everyone else on the planet and almost regret it, since I sure the fierce eBay race to the bottom amongst everyone who bought to flip will drive them below the 65% off price eventually.