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post #61 of 106
This thread was a treat to read. Thank you for bringing it to the forum.
post #62 of 106
Wow! A fantastic photo essay of shoe restoration. Thanks for posting.
post #63 of 106
This was probably the best photo post thread I read as well, I just saw it again on the best SF threads thread and had to bump it. Awesome.
post #64 of 106


That was an entertaining and informative read!
post #65 of 106
Thanks again!

To those of us that appreciate fine shoe artistry this was a spectacular post.
post #66 of 106
Quote:
Originally Posted by binge View Post
Yeah, this should be a pinned, HOF thread.

If there's ever any argument to newbies why one should spend the requisite $ on quality shoes, it's this...

+1M
being a newbie myself, this photo journey of the life of a reborn shoe has made me a true believer
post #67 of 106
Unreal.
post #68 of 106
One of the best photo essay's I've seen. I wouldn't have believed that you could do that to shoes in such a state.
post #69 of 106
Outstanding. Truly.
post #70 of 106
This should be pinned, i now have to read it every day. I cannot believe the end result!
post #71 of 106
That was amazing and made my day!
post #72 of 106
This is an amazing thread.
post #73 of 106
A++

Thank you for taking the time to chronicle the step-by-step procedures.
It will help so many people see how much work is involved in a restoration.

I am inspired by your work, your love of what you do, and your skills.

Bravo!
post #74 of 106
WOW..........marvalous
post #75 of 106
Wow...I haven't been a member here very long, but I'm glad someone dug this thread up....easily one of my favourite posts on SF.

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