Originally Posted by jcriswel
I'm no cobbler, but in my opinion, when resoling a shoe, the cobbler should "sew" a new sole onto the old welt. No glue... Anything less diminishes from the original...
Originally Posted by Wes Bourne
I have an old pair of semi brogues that I wanted to get resoled with double leather soles. I inquired with the manufacturer and am waiting for their reply. Seing this thread,...
The cement serves two purposes.
1. If you don't use cement between the cork footbed and leather sole the result would be a squeaking sound caused by the leather rubbing against the cork as you walk. Some may have experienced this...
Bring them to a local cobbler for sole guards. While you're there pick up a can of waterproof spray (non silicone) and some cream polish. Apply two light coats of waterproof let dry between coats. Then polish. This should help.
Originally Posted by saint
Are you also getting other soles, such as the Medway?
Right now we are offering the Studded. I'm sure the Medway and Ridgeway will be available shortly. I'll post when...
Originally Posted by Groover
Some good points there Nick, but considering Dainite (Harboro) make it clear they supply C&J it wouldn't make any sense for the soles to be anything other than original. Plus when...
Originally Posted by dkzzzz
Is it possible to remove the dainite soles and put the new ones without welting . Attach it with glue?
It depends on how the shoe was manufactured. Can you post a picture...
Originally Posted by ginlimetonic
is this DAINITE?
Crocket and Jones Byron 337
taken from the stickied shoe porn thread.
I can't say for certain. However, as far as I know, Dainite puts their...