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Yet the USA struggles to maintain even a RTW shoe industry with 2x the population?
replacement should have been the order of the day but this is a point isshinryu makes about the quality of a lot of UK leather from the top brands.
I was watching a cable doco on Sam Giancana.Never realized he was also doing Monroe at the same time as JFK.Doco claimed he knew RFK was doing her next (courtesan c 1670?) and had Marilyn wacked with a big dose of Nembutal. He then made sure the love letters from RFK were spread around the room to implicate him and get the heat off his Senate/Racketeering stuff/appearances.Problem was the Kennedys got wind of her condition got round there quick smart and the Secret...
Obamacare Web Official: 60 to 70 Percent of Website Still Unbuilt http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/11/19/Chao-website-Obamacare-built http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/20/opinion/edsall-the-obamacare-crisis.html?_r=1&
They are EUR made with that double wood pegging on the sole and 44 is US10.5E/11D in size. It should have 11.5 inches inside. Very robust.
I would spend the money CD. They are a great shoe and probably feel like slippers now. The whole repair would be change out of $70. Not chuckable IMO. I have a guy in Sydney who can do the job if you want. 37 year old trained Italian background cobbler/shoemaker.
This mini Tornado happened on the harbour side of my suburb. Eerie! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgkb7w2WhgA&feature=youtu.be
1930s/early 40s shoes are notoriously narrow in the lacing area. The wrinkling is just a product of age and the previous user.They had very little wear despite being 70+- years old. Probably sitting in some closet somewhere. Nice waisted mild spade sole. On went the Topy good for another few years.American vintage quality.This is what America has lost.
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