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Find a new cobbler where you're currently living (it should cost under $30), or put them on yourself. My half-soles have been on for two years without any issues. 
Give Wolverine a call.  I'm also a fan of these laces:  http://www.benjos.com/dress-boot-laces/ http://www.benjos.com/work-boot-laces/
Man, those look horrible. 
I'm using the Sofsole ones right now. They were cheap, and easy to get (they sell them at Sports Authority). 
I'd throw a thin insole in and be done with it. Here are some options:  http://www.superfeet.com/en-us/insoles-and-sandals/carbon-73511 http://www.superfeet.com/en-us/insoles-and-sandals/black Less pricey options:  https://www.spenco.com/product.aspx?keywords=thin&ProdId=57#.U6htW5RdXTo https://sofsole.com/product/Thin_Fit
Amazon still has some Austen's for sale. 
Did he say that Wolverines were superior? I didn't read that. He simply stated that he's been abusing his for years, and they haven't fallen apart.  I've been wearing mine for 2+ years without any issues (I wear them around 5 days a week)...
"Moneysworth best quality shoe repair store in the basement of pacified mall. " 
I always apply a light coat of Lexol Leather Dressing and Filson Boot Oil, before using a Sno-Seal like product.      
 http://www.benjos.com/dress-boot-laces/
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