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It looks like they are made from leather for american footballs. Probably a durable leather.
Nope, they are pretty equal with regards to quality. Loake suede quality is decent; my friend is very happy with his three year old beater Pimlicos - which I actually restored last week and are now looking like new after uncountable beers spilled on them.
I understand you haven't seen the new season of South Park; Kickstarter has been massacred by the Washington Redskins.
More info please.
Norwegian cobblers are 99/100 a shoe repair and dry cleaner in one, with unreasonably high prices for the crappy job they usually do. The few "real" cobblers are insanely overpriced. I love leather soles, but with half a year with snow and the rest with sporadic rain, rubber soles are a lot more enduring.
This sounds great! I am just finishing up my studies and are (hopefully) in need for some new shoes soon. Getting a regular topy here in Norway is way overpriced; probably a result of cartel behaviour. Will certainly take you up on your offer some time soon.
I agree, but the extra cost of ~$100 has to be taken into consideration.
Ah shit. Too sad the Windermere or the Fauntleroy doesn't have rubber soles... I can attach a topy though! I'll have to think about it.
Do any of your lasts accomodate a wide forefoot, esp. over the toes? I fit C&J 348 and Carmina Forest very well, but Carmina's Rain, Meermin's Hiro and Loake's 026 are a bit tight.
Hey Roman, Just wondering; which one of the duo have Norwegian ancestry?
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