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Erasure are one of the most successful and influential bands of the 80s and 90s, with 24 consecutive Top 40 hits in the UK and over 25 million album sales globally. Thier best known hits include Chains of Love and A Little Respect.

These shoes are one of two pairs that Andy Bell bought for Vince Clarke to wear onstage for the recent UK leg of Erasure’s ’The Neon Tour’. Vince wore one or other of the pairs onstage at every night of the tour. Vince has kept one pair and the band decided to donate the other pair to support the auction.

Details: 

  • Gold Metallic leather derby shoes with brogue detailing and contrast black lacing and sole.
  • Condition: "Good, the equivalent of light wear whilst kitchen dancing throughout lockdown."
  • Unbranded.
  • Size: Does not state but approximately a size U.K. Mens 8.
  • Signature by both Vince and Andy on both shoes in black pen.
     

(Photo Credit: I Heart Studios)

Donated by
Erasure

Item #P66465

  • In condition as donated.
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