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How Do Identify A Pair Of Premiere Classics Dry?

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    Quick question for the experts here.  I sold an old pair of Premiere Classics Dry shoes on eBay.  The buyer received them and claims that they are Dry Joys, not Premiere Classics Dry....even though on the insole it clearly says "Premiere Classics Dry".  The only possibilities are that the insoles were switched from another pair...or this guy doesn't know what he is talking about.  What identifying characteristics do an old pair of Premiere Classics Dry have that would prove that they are not Dry Joys?  (I still have several photos).  Thanks for any help.

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    Please post the pictures, that will make quick work of this question.

    A photo of the outsole is all we will need.  

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    Do they have an oval metal medallion on the outside of the heel?

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    There might also be a style number printed on the inside of the shoe -  like Devin said the outsole photo will work.  I would also look at spike type depending upon how old the shoes where.

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    Those are 100% Classics.

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    Thanks friends for the help!

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    Definitely Classic Dry Premieres, You can tell by the combination leather / rubber  soles.

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    Absolutely Classics. Lizard print, leather sole with rubber combination, and the brass oval FootJoy medallion. All part of the Classic line up.

    Next question....

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    Thank you!