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Are u guys sure there's nothing I can do to repair MY shoe? It's by far my favourite. Design as I like pointy shoes. Please help. ╯︿╰~>_<~thanks ^_^
post #7277 of 10127
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Are u guys sure there's nothing I can do to repair MY shoe? It's by far my favourite. Design as I like pointy shoes. Please help. ╯︿╰~>_<~thanks ^_^

 

From what I see in those pictures, they are beyond repair.  Sorry man. 

post #7278 of 10127
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From what I see in those pictures, they are beyond repair.  Sorry man. 

ok. how to cover up the peeled area then ? i sugest using maker . can it work??:D

post #7279 of 10127
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ok. how to cover up the peeled area then ? i sugest using maker . can it work??:D

 

I suppose you could do that.

post #7280 of 10127
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ok. how to cover up the peeled area then ? i sugest using maker . can it work??:D

 

Given that you paid approximately 25USD for them, I wouldn't expect too much. I don't mean any offense, but that price doesn't buy much quality or durability. They worked for you for that night, and a marker could make them appear black again, but I bet the same thing happens again. 

post #7281 of 10127
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Given that you paid approximately 25USD for them, I wouldn't expect too much. I don't mean any offense, but that price doesn't buy much quality or durability. They worked for you for that night, and a marker could make them appear black again, but I bet the same thing happens again.

 

Agree.  They will likely just continue to deteriorate.

post #7282 of 10127
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I'm honestly thinking this might be a troll.  Those shoes are horrible.  Please, don't try to repair them.  Anything you do won't make them look good, but will make you look like the cheap asshole that wore beaten up, marker-covered, plastic duck-billed shoes (No offense).   Don't be that guy. 


Edited by mixProtocol - 11/19/13 at 3:38pm
post #7283 of 10127

Its not Crat class, but hey..very little is :)

 

I used PVC to cover the toe...looks good I think ;)

 

post #7284 of 10127

All shoe repair stores have a black spray that is normally used on ladies heels. But it can be used to cover up your pvc shoes, it's quite shiny too

post #7285 of 10127
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All shoe repair stores have a black spray that is normally used on ladies heels. But it can be used to cover up your pvc shoes, it's quite shiny too

 

Then again, if he just set them ablaze, as he should, they'd probably char to a nice black color...

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Then again, if he just set them ablaze, as he should, they'd probably char to a nice black color...

 

And that's why they call him TheSizzle... 

post #7287 of 10127
Looking good, Nordin.
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Originally Posted by mixProtocol View Post

I'm honestly thinking this might me a troll.  Those shoes are horrible.  Please, don't try to repair them.  Anything you do won't make them look good, but will make you look like the cheap asshole that wore beaten up, marker covered, plastic duck-billed shoes (No offense).   Don't be that guy. 
I read this in a cobbler's repair book some time ago.

"God bless all shoes that never made it to repair and went straight to heaven"


Doubt these would be let into heaven though : )
post #7288 of 10127
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Originally Posted by mixProtocol View Post

I'm honestly thinking this might me a troll.  Those shoes are horrible.  Please, don't try to repair them.  Anything you do won't make them look good, but will make you look like the cheap asshole that wore beaten up, marker covered, plastic duck-billed shoes (No offense).   Don't be that guy. 
I thinkbi might just buy leather shoes next time
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I bought these Tricker's recently from The Shoe Healer and they came with a little discoloration on the sole. Any ideas IF that can be fixed? I'm assuming my cobbler would have to do it?

 

post #7290 of 10127
There's no need to worry. Color will even out with wear very soon.
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