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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I have a salt stain remover. But there are little creases and spots where the leather is "raised up" now. Not really a huge deal, shoes exist to be worn and they're not "formal", I'm just neurotic.
Also, unrelated, what was the name of that crazy good cobbler in NYC? Teger had posted about it before I think.

the firm and b. nelson. b. nelson is better at more formal shoes (leather resoles, branded dainite, crepe)
post #70577 of 97677
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I have a salt stain remover. But there are little creases and spots where the leather is "raised up" now. Not really a huge deal, shoes exist to be worn and they're not "formal", I'm just neurotic.
Also, unrelated, what was the name of that crazy good cobbler in NYC? Teger had posted about it before I think.

B. Nelson?
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yeah it was b nelson. thanks

i'll try to take some pics soon
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I always wonder about the ratio of MC to SW&D shoes that go through B. Nelson. They must see like 30 Aldens for every baller boot. I think the owner (?) is a SF member...
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I always wonder about the ratio of MC to SW&D shoes that go through B. Nelson. They must see like 30 Aldens Cole Haans for every Alden, and pretty much never see baller boots.

FTFY
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People resole Cole Haans? I dunno, where do people get their baller boot work done at? There can't be enough of a market for a SW&D shoe/boot specialist anywhere besides maybe NYC? My Guidis came with a topy so shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

This happens with pretty much everything. Even ToJ leather, there was that guy who put a name sticker on his jacket and it came off like that

iirc the dude left the sticker on for quite a while, and the leather darkened around the spot where it was.
post #70583 of 97677
yeah, and those shoes have probably been finished and sitting around for quite a while.
post #70584 of 97677
Where can I still find this? and Perhaps not a crew neck but rollneck / turtleneck / funnel neck

I know Synthese posted something similar, and here is an Inverallan for reference:

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Inis Meain / Nigel Cabourn.
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arancrafts off ebay for cheap. been looking for something too. they won't fit slim.
post #70587 of 97677
Yeah, I guess I am looking for something particular and bringing this up again. May just pick up the Inis Z had suggested.

^Well, I am not looking for too slim, which I think Inis maybe or the one in particular that Z suggested unless I size up to a large and roll up the sleeves.

And the one Synthese suggested takes 2-3 weeks wait time.
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you're looking for an undyed wool fisherman's sweater. they're very common.
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I really like this particular knit pattern and collar
After googling Inverallan I thought it maybe the same



Check this one:
https://www.gargyle.com/index.php/catalog/product/view/id/5388/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=googleproducts&utm_campaign=googleproducts&kw=&gclid=CMn4krGOybQCFSTZQgodRmkA6w
National Geographic anyone?
http://shop.nationalgeographic.com/ngs/browse/productDetailWithPicker.jsp?productId=1072555&code=SR50004


edit:
I think I found something...on Etsy. Maybe I can commission one nod[1].gif

post #70590 of 97677
that coordination is awesome
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