I know it can be hard to get the dye strong enough, but I figure it's gotta be possible.
Anyone have thoughts on this?
If you put the dye and water in a large stock pot then cook the dye adding the clothing when it is nice and hot (soup hot) keep them in there stirring and such until the color you require has been attained.
Kinda fun too....Apollotrader
In this case you pay more for their design (e.g. painted MMM GATs), and not for their quality. Margiela's are not that much better quality than the original GAT's. I have had both.
someone did a very detailed comparison between the MMM GATs and the originals at some point, with pictures, etc. I can't find the post (search sucks) but maybe someone remembers where it was or has it bookmarked...
there were a lot of differences, the MMM ones may not be the longest-lasting shoes out there but their construction is much better than the originals from what I remember