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Honestly dude, I think you should go for neither. Kent Wang will make you a MTM Tuxedo with all the trimmings (pick-stitching, full canvass, etc.) in Zegna caliber fabrics for around $900 USD. You can pick your fabric and have every detail you might want made to your measurements. He also sells a matching bow tie and cummerbund should you wish it.
According to AAAC: http://www.resole.com/Clarks-Shoe-Repair.aspx
I think I just like the idea behind it, seems less wasteful.Did you have this done at the "official" place or at a local cobbler?
Huh, I didn't know you could resole DBs
When everyone was going on and on about the MA-1's in this thread, I could never figure out what the big deal was. They weren't that awesome....now I am about to order one in black lamb....am I a sellout?
Agree.
For sale is a pair of Allen Edmonds Leeds in a size 10EEE. They are the black shell cordovan. They are really in very good shape, probably worn 4-5x tops. Soles are scuffed, but have very little wear on them. Minimal creasing (see pictures) on the toe area. They were seconds at the time of purchase, but I still can't find the flaw. There is some discoloration/wear on the inside of the shoe from heel grippers. Only getting rid of them because they do not fit me...
For sale is a pair of Allen Edmonds Leeds in a size 10EEE. They are the black shell cordovan. They are really in very good shape, probably worn 4-5x tops. Soles are scuffed, but have very little wear on them. Minimal creasing (see pictures) on the toe area. They were seconds at the time of purchase, but I still can't find the flaw. There is some discoloration/wear on the inside of the shoe from heel grippers. Only getting rid of them because they do not fit me...
Inexpensive: Allen Edmonds More Expensive: Saphir
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