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DW, is that because with toe plates sitting aloft you don't have to skive off a piece of leather and thus have less chance of damaging the thread attaching the sole to the welt? My cobbler uses nails on the non flush ones and I'm not sure whether screws or nails are better.FWIW, my flush toe plates are very quite but the non flush ones are noisy, especially on marble floors
Are trees available?
Is item 8 still available?
My 10 year+ Church's are starting to develop minor surface cracks. The upper on my Loake developed a huge crack after maybe 5 years and I had to throw them away. But that was long ago before I knew anything about shoe care and I only used regular black Kiwi wax to polish them
Thank you. Actually I got it off the internet
It's in Pedder Lane and the stall is 梁錦㼱織補。
You may want to ask this guy. Not sure if he has before photos though:http://www.styleforum.net/t/423376/drop-gaziano-girling-cambridge-in-vintage-rioja-calf-dg70-smart-round-uk10-5e
If I'm not mistaken these are boot trees
Go to Best Skills in Causeway Bay:https://www.facebook.com/bestskillhongkong
 You might also want to be a Foster shoe: 
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