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Id' lightly sand the heel stack, and recolour. Will smooth out very well.
That looks just about right. Supposed to have a V in oxfords.
Shokran jazeelan!Have been looking for navy lows all year at a decent price.
They didnt last long.Some pretty nasty patterns but a few half decent ones too.
Take a deer bone to it first, try to smooth out the scratching?
Brand New In Box Size US12 (could fit an 11.5, they are a slim fit) This shoe was purchased as a British Tan. Shoe was hand antiqued by Ron Rider who is very well respected on the forum (Rider Boot Co.) Leather soles I bought these from B&S, and am really pi**ed they are too big for me - thought I could make them work. Beautiful shoes. Here is a link to the original...
Looks fantastic - dark brown is the best colour for intrecciato IMO.
They are more comfortable than leather soled shoes.Also like the look.Most of my shoes are leather soled, crepe's only go with a certain, limited number of styles IMO, but worth having in a collection.New york ranger mentioned earlier he had taps installed in his crepes...if you see this, let me know how they were attached.
I tried to add a heel tap to my crepe soled Aldens. Nails just wouldnt take, which I suspected. The crepe just isnt the right structure to hold a nail. There are no cobblers where I live, so its a DIY job. Would screws be better, or screw / glue combination?
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