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post #16081 of 19829
These look amazing!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BChveL5NOp9/
post #16082 of 19829
Damn, I check out for a few days and Notre drops those boots on the 110 last. They look sick. Luckily waxed natural sold out in my size otherwise would be tempted.
post #16083 of 19829
service boot natural chromepack

I don't know my proper terminology, so I apologize

notice on the first picture how the leather where the cap meets the rest of the show is stitched down on the edge



now look at the second picture




I'm not wrong in wanting this fixed, right?
post #16084 of 19829
I'd say Krazy Glue and clamped down for 48 hours and you're good to go. I believe that is one reason for the stitching, protection against separation. This is just my guess, interested in seeing comments from those more knowledgable.
post #16085 of 19829
Totally aesthetic. I would suggest using rubber cement though. It flexes and will be a strong leather-leather or leather-rubber (like putting on a topy) connection. Your local shoe repair place probably uses Barge brand, you can get a small container at most craft stores or online.
post #16086 of 19829
Just copped Natural WF. Size 9 & 12 sold out already.
Initially I tempted to put all 3 in the cart but decided to hold off. Hope I don't regret.
post #16087 of 19829

Kopped the natural wax as well.  Hoping these are the first Vibergs that I keep and wear!

post #16088 of 19829
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Originally Posted by dekalog View Post

Just copped Natural WF. Size 9 & 12 sold out already.
Initially I tempted to put all 3 in the cart but decided to hold off. Hope I don't regret.

you must really like waxed flesh
post #16089 of 19829
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Originally Posted by dekalog View Post

Just copped Natural WF. Size 9 & 12 sold out already.
Initially I tempted to put all 3 in the cart but decided to hold off. Hope I don't regret.
You're a 9 in one foot and a 12 in the other.
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post #16090 of 19829
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

Damn, I check out for a few days and Notre drops those boots on the 110 last. They look sick. Luckily waxed natural sold out in my size otherwise would be tempted.


I was thinking the exact same thing!  I was sort of relieved that they ran out of my size actually...I was about to take the hit!  

post #16091 of 19829
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Originally Posted by scb View Post

service boot natural chromepack

I don't know my proper terminology, so I apologize

notice on the first picture how the leather where the cap meets the rest of the show is stitched down on the edge

now look at the second picture

I'm not wrong in wanting this fixed, right?

 

Not wrong at all, you should.  I wouldn't send them back though - it's an easy fix.  Your local shoe repair can probably fix it fast and cheap.  Otherwise they make a glue specifically for leather and you can easily do it yourself.

post #16092 of 19829
Quote:
Originally Posted by scb View Post

service boot natural chromepack

I don't know my proper terminology, so I apologize

notice on the first picture how the leather where the cap meets the rest of the show is stitched down on the edge



now look at the second picture




I'm not wrong in wanting this fixed, right?

 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by meso View Post

Totally aesthetic. I would suggest using rubber cement though. It flexes and will be a strong leather-leather or leather-rubber (like putting on a topy) connection. Your local shoe repair place probably uses Barge brand, you can get a small container at most craft stores or online.

 

I would suggest Freesole - it is probably the most adhesive and most flexible stuff that I've used.  But use it carefully! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007UTZXT2?keywords=shoe%20glue&qid=1457151984&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3

post #16093 of 19829
I love my Route 10's.

Steve McQueen would definitely rock these.

Thanks Raneleigh!
post #16094 of 19829
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post

I love my Route 10's.

Steve McQueen would definitely rock these.

Thanks Raneleigh!

 

Yeah!!!  My brain is starting to whirl...I think I need a pair of these bad boys in black... :smarmy:

 

post #16095 of 19829
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Originally Posted by Raneleigh View Post

Yeah!!!  My brain is starting to whirl...I think I need a pair of these bad boys in black... mwink%5B1%5D.gif


That would be bad ass.

I need a pair of black boots too.
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