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Wonder how that works at Grenson since I havein tan grainandin grey suede,which I bought as samples off Ebay and both are made like the Rushden line with the red footbed. The one's on the Rider shop look identical, except the latter pair have the style number inside a "window" in the shoe as and mine doesn't.Would they make identical models in the Rushden line and the Masterpiece line where they look identical but they differ in quality?/edit:here's the grey suede pair:
If it's a grease stain you could try lemon juice. Helped me to remove an olive oil stain once.
What price range are they in by the way?
Odd, works now indeed.
The site http://www.markowski-chausseur.fr/is gone. Have they gone out of business?
Onitsuka Tiger injector DX in canvas off-white
I just had a similar problem. Huge olive oil drop on my tan Grenson Rose Oval shoe. Tried the following: - Soak the spot with a cloth with hot water -> almost no result - Put some dishwashing liquid on it, then soak the spot with a cloth with hot water-> helped a bit - Put a few drops of lemon juice (from one of these plasic lemon squeezers) on the oil spot, after a few mins soak the spot with a cloth with hot water -> the spot is completely GONE!
Would you ship to Europe? (I'd pay for the extra shipping costs ofcourse). And can you fit the green pair in a USPS priority flat rate envelope (since that is the cheapest airmail option)?
Mind that the Loake 202 is of very cheap quality though. Only half leather lined and the insole is made of some kind of cardboard which doesnt breathe at all.
Falke as some others have stated above: http://www.falke-shop.com/gb/special...y-sneaker.html
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