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  PCK1 is totally clueless....
Thanks DW, found the Duco at Amazon.
Spent the last week in NYC, my Galways seem to have taken a beating getting in and out of taxis.   What is the preferred method of dealing with this small flap of skin?  Should I snip it off and use wax to fill-in the gouge, or is there a way to essentially glue the flap of skin down?  
Don't be too quick to write-off the JAB gold signature tux.  This is within your budget when on sale.  Obviously, it is not made to last a lifetime; but, it is probably at least as well made as anything made by Boss or Vera Wang.  It is also classically styled (peak lapels faced in grosgrain, no vent, single button).  I bought one for my wedding a couple of years ago, and it has served me well for the very few occasions that I've worn it since.  I did invest in a very high...
 How about this, in burgundy calf? http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3640214
This...   http://www.shoetrap.com/main.asp   They come in various sizes that can accommodate anything from loafers to boots.
I've been looking at Isaia sport jackets online, and I see a lot of references to different models, such as Base S, Base V, and Gregory.  I assume that the difference is how they are cut.   Does anyone know where I could find a description of the differences between the various models?
Epaulet cuffs??   Found a Caruso sports jacket on Yoox that I'm interested in.  The description says that it has epaulet cuffs. Anyone know what that means?  Is this another way of saying functional cuffs?
  Chromexcel is stuffed full of grease and oil.  Most chromexcel shoes do not take a high shine, my Rancourt penny loafers being an exception.  Reno is probably removing some of the oil from the surface, allowing them to take a shine.  Probably not a good idea in the long term, as it is the stuffing that makes chromexcel such a tough leather.
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