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Clarks shoes

(11 Posts)
MaDuggar Wed 08-Jul-09 09:35:11

Has anyone had any luck selling clarks sheos on ebay? I have 2 pairs listed, in pristine condition, but they dont seem to be getting any interest.

Do people tend to avoid buying them from ebay?

ilovesprouts Wed 08-Jul-09 09:43:48

what size are they as im after toddlers shoes size 6 ??

MaDuggar Wed 08-Jul-09 09:57:58

sorry, they are a 4

NormaSknockers Wed 08-Jul-09 09:58:37

I've bought a few pairs of Doodles lately & won them for arond £3 (minus post) each.

The most I've ever sold a pair for was £5 (minus post)

MaDuggar Wed 08-Jul-09 10:18:43

There is some hope then

minxpinx Wed 08-Jul-09 10:24:27

I've bought them in the past and will in the future!

idunnop Wed 08-Jul-09 13:11:56

They don't seem to sell very well from what I've seen - I guess people want to get them properly fitted in a store as you don't really know they're going to fit properly otherwise, even if they're technically the right size. You often see the same pairs listed again and again. Worth a try though!

EldonAve Wed 08-Jul-09 13:18:40

They have to be almost unworn to get a decent price

bubblagirl Wed 08-Jul-09 13:34:51

i got a pair for 99p have you tried selling on here got a fab pair of mn fab condition 4 pound

ilovesprouts Wed 08-Jul-09 20:01:33

hey any interest in boys shoes size 5 timberland rockports ,clarkes ,longsdale fab con !!grin

Meglet Wed 08-Jul-09 20:05:19

i've sold some and my friend has too. I only got about £1.50 a pair plus the postage. But it all adds up smile. I doubt you could make much money back on them. I'm doing a car boot on saturday with some other shoes so maybe they'll sell then. I guess some people buy second hand shoes for messy play and charging about in the garden, saves spending £££ on new ones that only get ruined really fast. As long as they're not wearing them for too long it probably won't harm their feet.

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