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^ I really dislike the 'G' logo on the back of the heel. Never seen that on dress shoes.
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Is it supposed to be like this or are these seconds?
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^ I really dislike the 'G' logo on the back of the heel. Never seen that on dress shoes.

I don't like it either. Anyway those are just $120.00 so I shouldn't really expect much.
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Grenson captoes I got from Gilt. It's really soft and comfortable but I think the leather feels really cheap. Does anyone know if this is from the Rushden Line or Feathermaster? Thanks.

Rushden Range.
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Is it supposed to be like this or are these seconds?

Not sure if these are seconds. But they were on sale in the Gilt website last October from $320 to $120.
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Rushden Range.

Thanks! I didn't expect the quality of the Rushden Range to be like this.
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I don't like it either. Anyway those are just $120.00 so I shouldn't really expect much.

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Thanks! I didn't expect the quality of the Rushden Range to be like this.

It's their entry level. For $120, I think they're fine. What I don't like is that they're partially lined. That makes for a very light shoe, but also one that lacks structure (esp. in the heel pocket) and 'collapses' easily.
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Grenson captoes I got from Gilt. It's really soft and comfortable but I think the leather feels really cheap. Does anyone know if this is from the Rushden Line or Feathermaster? Thanks.




Those are pretty grim.
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suede tetburys

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Are those in snuff suede?

(If they are, Trini is going to cry again.)

Forget cry - I feel like throwing up now.

Also - some food grease spilt on my brown suede ones last week and now I'm going crazy trying to get them out. I've heard magical things about the Saphir suede cleaner so I'm hoping it will do the trick.

This is why I can't have nice things.
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I don't get the references...

The Tetburys are dk brown suede
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I don't get the references...

The Tetburys are dk brown suede

Trini will feel better now.
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I don't get the references...

The Tetburys are dk brown suede

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Trini will feel better now.

Only slightly because my shoes are still stained. Or rather, one of them is.

Anyone have any experience with the following products? This is from the Avel (Saphir producer) website:

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if the stain is greasy Terre de Sommières AVEL will help you to absorb most of it (if it is dry, cover with an absorbent paper and warm up with an iron to take off the maximum). Use the Stain Remover HUSSARD Spray Leather and Textile to eliminate residue of fresh still liquid greasy stains or sebum (greasy secretion of the skin).
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^^
Now I feel sick.
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TRINI, yes - Terre de Sommières is pure magic. I can't think of an equivalent in the US
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