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post #3556 of 4822

i have bought a pair of Bourton in Burgundy from Kalfa recently. and it was spoiled with some alcohol-based handwash today and now resulting in 1cm circular area of de-colouration. How can i repair it, anyone can get me some suggestions

thank you
 

post #3557 of 4822
Some layers of polish and a bit of elbow grease, it will be gone.
post #3558 of 4822
Like this


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Originally Posted by dranguschu View Post

i have bought a pair of Bourton in Burgundy from Kalfa recently. and it was spoiled with some alcohol-based handwash today and now resulting in 1cm circular area of de-colouration. How can i repair it, anyone can get me some suggestions
thank you

 
post #3559 of 4822

are the Stow and the Keswick built on the same last? I am an 8D in the Alden Barrie last and trying to figure out my sizing for these two styles. Any help would be greatly appreciated

post #3560 of 4822
Stow is typically on 4497.

Keswick/Bowood/Bourton are on the 4444.
They're all more or less the same style, just multiple names.
post #3561 of 4822
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Stow is typically on 4497.

Keswick/Bowood/Bourton are on the 4444.
They're all more or less the same style, just multiple names.

Zippy,

Thanks so much. Do these two lasts fit the same or differently?
post #3562 of 4822
They both fit fairly generous.
The 4444 fits even bigger than 4497.
post #3563 of 4822
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

They both fit fairly generous.
The 4444 fits even bigger than 4497.


+1

post #3564 of 4822
Richard from Shoe Healer has a nice page explaining the difference.

https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Tricker_s/Useful_Information/
post #3565 of 4822
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Originally Posted by dranguschu View Post

Like this

Start with a damp cloth and wet that area to extract any alocohol left behind - allow plenty of drying time. Next some renovateur or similar product - this will (should) give you some colour gradient around the spot. Next use some heavily dyed polish/cream (kiwi make a 'renovator' which is ideal) focussing on the area, use small amounts of polish and brush heavily between applications (leave the polish to dry for a good 20 mins). Once the spot is as blended as you like, give your whole shoe a polish as you would normally.
post #3566 of 4822
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

Nice! I wanted this color, but my size wasn't available. Had to settle for the marraca suede.
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Originally Posted by hc4thehc View Post

NAMOR: beautiful stuff mate!..

thanks guys. ill try to wear them for the first time tomorrow
post #3567 of 4822
Hello, this is a great thread. Would any of you mind posting some pics of the Stow being worn? I'm considering ordering some but can't seem to find many pics of how they look on the leg (profie, front view, etc.). Many thanks in advance.
post #3568 of 4822
Got my Bureau Belfast Trickers Keswick this week, very nice shoes and I replaced the laces with dark brown to match the sole.

But got to say, Bureau Belfast offers no service in terms of questions and answers, I sent them 2 emails about fit, no answer; and 2 emails about them sending out the wrong pair of laces, they are supposed to include a pair of yellow/brown laces, none included, and again, no answer.

Luckily, at least their private Tricker's line is nice. Keswick Acorn Fitting 5, Commando sole.







post #3569 of 4822
Keswick Acorn Commando Fitting 5 in action

post #3570 of 4822
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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

But got to say, Bureau Belfast offers no service in terms of questions and answers,

Weird. My experience with them was massively satisfactory. E-mails were replied to swiftly and cordially. Must've cought them on a bad day...
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