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What kind of brush have you used? Anyway a simple lighter will remove that "hair" in few seconds. I "burn" regularly all my suede shoes, it's the best method to make them to look always fine and brand new. (it's used also during production line at final finish stage) Simply be careful near stitching.
I've just returned a blazer bought on Yoox for my father (Size 54)(this one: http://images.yoox.com/41/41529897ip_14_f.jpg)The quality of the jacket is very nice overall, nice cut too, but it is fused, with a heavy fusing, not so great.The big problem was the sizing, completely off, I bought a 54 and it fits like a regular 50 / slim 52.I could have kept it for me, it fits me very nice (I am a 50) but I did not like the fusing and the micropattern of the fabric, not visible...
Bear in mind that Ben Silver C&J are Us sized and D width which is narrower than UK E Width, I doubt you can fit into them if you are a US EE
^100 or 103? It should be the 100, never seen the 103 used on an oxford and it is way chunkier
They're some decades old, probably from 80's.
Yes, that writing is Cheaney, Last is their 175They always made longwings on this last, I agree that it is similar to C&J 325.Which is the brand of these shoes?
Sorry, just discovered what J/K means,However I think that this kind of jokes should be avoided anyway, selling on ebay is already not easy.
Are you serious?...
Cheaney
The best tool to polish that buckle would be a brass wire brush.They're available in different grades, from very soft to stiff, check ebay.I have two of them, one in brass and one in steel and I've used them to clean old blazer buttons with good success.PS you could also use a suede brass brush like this one:
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