Size: marked men’s size 10E (Approximate US size 10—originally bought here in Chicago, not in Germany)
Insole length from heel to pointy toe (includes pointed section): 11.5”
Length from ball of foot to heel (measured along sole): 8.5”
Width across sole at ball of foot (widest part): 3.5”
These circa early 1960s mod men’s shoes in milk chocolate brown leather have an extra long, slightly rounded, pointed toe. They have a very “clean” look, with a minimum of topstitching accenting the construction, and very narrow laces. Made by Salamander (a German shoe company), the shoes have leather linings and soles, and vinyl insoles. They are in very good condition, with a few scuffs to the leather uppers from normal wear. We have not attempted to polish them; most if not all of these minor scuffs should disappear with a good polishing. The shoes are stamped a size 10 E. Since vintage shoes tend to run smaller and more narrow than modern ones do, please check the measurements for more details to compare with shoes that fit you well—and feel free to contact us with any specific sizing questions.