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post #16 of 57
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
send them back to rider for teh win.

That's what I would do.




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post #17 of 57
This used to happen to my shoes on occasion after getting behind the wheel of my car. While feeling for the pedals I sometimes scraped past the accelerator pedal with the tip of my right shoe...
post #18 of 57
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
I bought these from Ron 3 or 4 years ago. A custom order.

Thanks for the help guys, I'm taking these to the cobbler.

NO!

Send them to me.....I'll handle it in the shop here.

You have the address at home, right?

Ron
post #19 of 57
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Originally Posted by RIDER View Post
NO!

Send them to me.....I'll handle it in the shop here.

You have the address at home, right?

Ron

See...toldja.


- B
post #20 of 57
I found this thread to be very heart warming.
post #21 of 57
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
I really don't know how I did this, but the damage is done so there it is.

See if you have a protruding bolt behind your brake or clutch pedal.

Since you're Californian, I assume that you drive.


- B
post #22 of 57
I liked Vox when he was less helpful. More snark please.

Must be running for office....
post #23 of 57
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by RIDER View Post
NO!

Send them to me.....I'll handle it in the shop here.

You have the address at home, right?

Ron

Damn - I gave them to the cobbler a couple of hours ago. I should have emailed you directly but it didn't seem like a big enough deal to send them out. If he does a poor job I'll be in touch.
post #24 of 57
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
See if you have a protruding bolt behind your brake or clutch pedal.

Since you're Californian, I assume that you drive.


- B

It wasn't the car. It was definitely in the back yard - on some steps or against the gas grill or something like that. I should have changed my shoes.
post #25 of 57
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
Damn - I gave them to the cobbler a couple of hours ago. I should have emailed you directly but it didn't seem like a big enough deal to send them out. If he does a poor job I'll be in touch.

go get them now. im sure they are just waiting around perhaps. my cobbler puts them in wait as he works on other things (he asks me to come by in a week, so the assumption is he didnt work on them yet).
post #26 of 57
That 2nd gash doesn't have a flap to reseat.
post #27 of 57
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
It wasn't the car. It was definitely in the back yard - on some steps or against the gas grill or something like that. I should have changed my shoes.

I destroyed a pair of Saint Crispin's at Circuit Mont-Tremblant because I forgot my Pilotis.

So, I know your pain.


- B
post #28 of 57
I hear Pilotis is really good for your core.
post #29 of 57
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I hear Pilotis is really good for your core.

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post #30 of 57
Out of curiosity, what would happen to cordovan if the same damage was inflicted?
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