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That thing is a half sock lining. Any competent cobbler would be able to glue it back so no worries.
Are these still available?
Exactly what Derek wrote on his blog the other day:http://dieworkwear.com/post/157585629579/the-return-of-baggy-pants
Check out their travel trees which looks unfinished:https://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/skoaktiebolaget-travel-treesIn any case I don't really subscribe to the moisture absorbing property of shoe trees.
Maybe these from Skoaktiebolaget:https://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/search-results?search={q=%22skoaktiebolaget%20shoe%20trees%22&facets%5B0%5D%5Btype%5D=range&facets%5B0%5D%5Bname%5D=price&facets%5B0%5D%5Bvalues%5D%5B0%5D%5Bfrom%5D=500&facets%5B0%5D%5Bvalues%5D%5B0%5D%5Bto%5D=1000&offset=0}
As for as I know, replacing just the top lift is standard procedure. Wearing down the heels would upset the balance of your shoes, which could have negative effects apart from aesthetics.
Yes. The first one is from their regular line and the second, their premium one.
Quote:Straight lacing is considered the correct method for shoes with closed laces, while criss-cross lacing is considered appropriate for open laced and casual shoes.Dress shoes such as Oxfords are best secured with straight lacing because it allows the uppers of the shoe to come completely together in the middle. The laces run parallel and straight across on the outside and diagonally on the inside. The underlying zig-zag mess will be completely hidden – presenting a...
Not to mention that lacing 😱
They look like they are fully lasted. You can ask the seller for a photo of the bottom as the last number is inscribed there:However, since the trees in that listing are stated as KN14, which is for loafers, may not fit your Glencoes perfectly
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