Sale was $150.00 can. Men's vintage white "buck" fine suede shoes are sz. (e is standard for a wide width). Total length measured on bottom of sole is 13.25 in.
The welt adds 1/4 inch all around, so this measure is 12.75 in. Width across widest part (ball of foot) is 4 inches, not including welt. They look to have been made in the 1950's and have the heavy foam sole that was common to this style.
The soles are very clean, with minimal wear and no uneven wear to the back of the heel. This shoe might have been used indoors and would suit stage wear. They would not stay this white very long with street wear, but are very sturdy. There is a small shallow "nick" on the bottom edge of one heel- see pictures.
The construction is excellent, with fine stitching, stitched soles, and very fine leather lining. These shoes were a popular "rockabilly" fashion in the mid to late 1950's, and more commonly the soles were a brick red. These may have been custom made with white soles, possibly for dance/show wear. They are factory marked for size but don't have a maker's name. The buck suede is fine and resilient.
They have been carefully stored and are not dry. A rare, authentic accessory for formal/ dress wear, dance, or stage. Tracking is included for canada and the usa. This item is made of fine buck suede leather.