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Cheaney, I'd go for out of the list you've presented. Try having a look over at either Herrings or ShoeHealer for either Cheaney or Cheaney For Herrings range. Richard @Shoehealer is always prepared to help and will no doubt suggest something at a very good price too.
Just a heads up for those who like/want to protect your suede shoes and boots, my son bought some suede protect for his suede training shoes and the stuff below really works!! Try staining with all sorts of liquids and it just wasn't having it !! Everything just rolled off from wine to olive oil !!!!! http://crepprotect.com/ As an aside I have no links whatsoever to the company, I'm merely someone using the product with excellent results !!
Class !! So want those in Dark Oak Antique .............
337 then 341 then 363 and just cant get away with the 348 !! Tried numerous styles on the 348 and it just doesn't look right on me, too long and pointy !!
How about an introductory Group MTO of something a little different/special in keeping with the Foster & Son traditions and values.......just a thought, someone take the lead please ????? Foster & Son willing of course !!!!
This right here is one of the reasons I frequent SF, members like Foster & Son sharing history, knowledge & experience!! A very warm welcome to SF Foster & Son make this a busy thread !!
Edward Green Banbury FTW
Does anyone have real life pics of the Ben last? I know semi square toes aren't in, but I think it might look good for a more casual blucher.
@ Ozzy I wasn't having a go by any means. I was merely pointing out that, having been a manufacturer myself and provider of a service, that best results are often achieved by contacting the manufacturer in the first instance as heaven knows we all make mistakes, i'm pleased you did so. I am not making excuses for Meermin in any shape or form as some of their work, for whatever reason discussed at length in this thread, is truly poor. I hazard an educated guess however...
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