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post #91 of 97
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Originally Posted by 2UFU View Post
Sky Valet in DC did a good job. See the topy and sunken toe plate.

If you're in the Midwest, Cobblestone Shoe Repair in Chesterfield (not other branches) Missouri can do the sunken toe taps.
post #92 of 97
I love taps. They extend the life of the shoe. What's not to love.
post #93 of 97
Never put them on any of my shoes before, do they really make that much of a difference.

-LR
post #94 of 97
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Never put them on any of my shoes before, do they really make that much of a difference.

-LR

If the toe area of your shoes tend to wear down, they make a huge difference.
post #95 of 97
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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post
If the toe area of your shoes tend to wear down, they make a huge difference.

not only then.

btw, i tried nearly every variation available. sunken is nice to have.

at the end of the day, there's no difference in functionality.
post #96 of 97
I'm referencing following for other members in Belgium. I've been looking for cobblers in Flanders that are able to make flush toe taps but have only heard of one who does it. Haven't used him myself (though I know others can vouch for his work).
His website:
http://www.pauldascotte.com/ (pricelist: http://www.pauldascotte.com/Paul_Dascotte/Tarifs.html )
post #97 of 97
Just put on toe taps yourself. Blakey or other brands.

You might need to trim the tacks with a pincers but it is not a difficult job.

On a double sole toe wear can look more pronounced.

There is no noise unless you are walking down a moving staircase maybe. Unlike steel heels which announce your approach.
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