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Posts by Nick V.

So stand up bullshit artiste. Mister elocutionist. Stop with your fancy footwork writing that you impress yourself with and try to antagonize others with. Who did you teach? Are they proud of your name?Can they use it? Simple questions need simple answers from a guy that cant spell. (neither can you for the recoird).
Sarcastically agreed...... And funny. For the life of me I can't understand why a semi retired/retired Guy feels the need to preach to a fourm. All day, every day. If that's my future I'd rather work till the day I die.WADR.....There has been many that got trashed after making legit. points and sharing their experiences.If in fact you have been teaching students for 30 years you must have some proteges that you are very proud of. Can you name them? Can they use you're...
Exactly what I have been saying from the beginning. There is a difference but not nearly to the extent that it has been exaggerated.
Undoubtedly the sort that would get his butt whipped with a wet towel after gym class everyday.Here is for your listening pleasure.....only cause I love Ya Bro:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JL5wei4phz0
I'm done with this thread. Ridiculously pathetic at this point. I'll watch though....What? Are you quoting yourself now?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdLIerfXuZ4
shoefan...I assume that you know but for those that don't, the sole has to be removed. If the welt is in good condition it gets re-attached to the ribbing. If the welt is weak it gets replaced. A new sole is attached. I realize that you asked a hypothetical question. Unfortunately the only response I felt comfortable with is in itself hypothetical. My point was that is you have to compare apples to apples. In other words the same amount of shoes made by each method used...
What do you mean by my photo is textbook?
For the record....the shoe in the photo was an Alden shell cord boot. The soles still had some life left in them. The customer wanted us to convert them to Dainite soles. I saw nothing that would indicate abusive wear. Rather the thread simply failed. As mentioned several times I see this far more often than ribbing failure.I also agreed waxing the thread makes a big difference. It gives strength, locks better and, is more moisture resistant. Be it perspiration or weather...
I don't know why this point is repeadly ignored?But what ever........
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