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Vibramed, and I've just taken them to a true black (from a blueish/eggplant undertone) The perfect workboot 😍😍😍😍😍 1 weeks wear and these will start to age and fade beautifully.
I didn't walk around in them first as I received them at work, looked at the original heel height, and decided immediately that I would add vibram directly on top of the heel and drop them in that night. Only thing I needed was my cobbler to confirm it wouldnt change the step.I can confirm he was completely correct.....zero impact on my step or the boots balance. They feel absolutely perfect.
Cheers bud. Same goes for those kudu's
All good bud πŸ‘Just do it. 😊
Ok. As long as you are aware. Just warning you due to the concerns you raised earlier about it looking like the original.
I'm sorry but ANYBODY that has handled a CCP leather knows IMMEDIATELY that it doesn't matter one bit if you have the exact pattern or not, the result will be NOTHING like a CCP leather. The shrinking technique, dying and then polishing create a colour, texture, stiffness and 'gnarled' look and feel to the leather that cannot be replicated purely by the 'cut' So I really wouldn't worry about it looking the same. Because it won't. What I can categorically tell you is...
Best leather out there. Period. And to think 2 weeks ago I had 2x of these in sz46 in Cors. One very lucky buyer πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€
On this occasion I specifically asked him to add it directly on top of the original heel, as the original heel height was too low for my liking. This run of boot had a slightly lower heel than some of the other workboots this season (classic simone πŸ˜–). Normally my cobbler wouldn't recommend adding vibram directly on to the original (as the extra height alters the angle of your step), but he checked and said it would be fine on this occasion. He doesn't trim/shave the heel...
24hr turnaround. Β£30. And trust me this guy is amazing. I have never had a vibram sole even slightly peel away. He knows exactly what to do and how to do it. If you drop them in early in the morning you can pick up at closing time.
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