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Quote: Originally Posted by srivats Time for resole: when the region on the sole (where the ball of your foot is) becomes spongy. Press that area periodically and see how it is. Also, check where the sole meets the welt. If the sole is thin, getting near the welt (usually at the inside or outside borders lateral to the ball of your foot). It's time to resole.
Maybe I'm missing something. I don't see how this is possible with that little wear on this shoe. Check out the sole: http://www.endless.com/dp/B00103CMT8...SIN=B00103CMT8
Quote: Originally Posted by Chauncey +1 this is a troll. OP: Have you considered simply speaking with AE? I'd bet they will take care of it with out question. +1............This is not even an Allen Edmonds shoe. If it is, what style, when did you buy it, can you post a picture of the shoe with the AE markings?
Quote: Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba +1, I've noticed AE has been lacking in quality and took alot of heat for it from Nick V from B.Nelson. Glad i'm not the only one to notice and speak up, maybe AE will actually read this thread. I also agree that AE needs to focus on nailing down a few more hits, much like the park ave which though its not my favorite shoe, it fills a need. The reason why AE's are last on my list when picking up a pair of...
Quote: Originally Posted by Rusty G. Definitely checkout www.leffot.com 10 Christopher Street, NY, NY +1
Quote: Originally Posted by Fishball Substantial discount? I can't understand why pals will buy JR sole online at $55, when it can be bought at NY shoe supplies shop for less than $20/pair. If you want to buy JR sole and heel, I give you a hints, check it out here: http://www.kaufmanshoe.com/flyer.pdf *NOTE: They are sold in packs of 10. Fishball, try going into your favorite steak house and order a nice porterhouse uncooked. Tell them...
Yes.....They can be cemented and stitched on. A leather heel base and toplift of your choice would need to be added.
Some of the classics offered with a genuine Dainite sole. I always liked that option.
Quote: Originally Posted by rubbishtheory I asked another local cobbler today and he said it was very hard work fitting a new Dainite sole and he needed a special machine to do it - he could fit leather soles but not Dainite. Makes absolutely no sense. Did you ask him why?
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