Originally Posted by DWFII
The thing is...and make no mistake I think it is a fine leather...is that chromexel is an "oil stuffed" leather. What does that mean? Abandon all hope of a high shine...or...
Originally Posted by Biggie_Robs
I wear my Indies in the rain with no worries. They're more waterproof than my desert boots, which will leak in a rainstorm. I hate wet socks.
The leather used in the...
Those look like veins - many hides have them. Often times they are very difficult to see when the leather is flat on a table (while cutting, for example). Certain lighting causes them to jump out, like in the picture shown.
Originally Posted by PinkPantser
No known US stockists then? I've tried emailing them again to no avail. Maybe i'll have to give them a call.
North American Stockists include:
Bergdorf Goodman -...
Originally Posted by brax
There is an inherent problem with getting a shell cordovan wallet. A shell is much thicker than traditional leather.
Some shells are thicker than others, but it really does...
Originally Posted by imatlas
Tactfully said, Nick.
Not to say that there's anything inherently wrong with making them in India, but if they're really going after the Florsheim-retro vibe and charm, they really...
Originally Posted by robin
They're made in India.
Some of them use leather from Horween, but I don't know which ones.
Some of colors are our leather - yellow, both blues, bone, red/burgundy, and,...