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post #286 of 375
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Originally Posted by lbcgav View Post

Anyone have any recent dealings with B. Nelson?

i deal with them at least twice a month. including yesterday. dropped off for $125 or so in regular maintenance between me and my girlfriend.
post #287 of 375

I sent my Alden's into B. Nelson on 03/13 - It'll be interesting to see when I get them back.

post #288 of 375
I don't see pricing on his website for flush metal toe plates??
post #289 of 375
I recently dropped off and received my RL Marlow shell loafers. C&J wanted $210, BN charged $90. Was very pleased with the results.
post #290 of 375
I'd love to see pictures smile.gif
post #291 of 375
$35 each pair. They do an excellent job, think I've taken about 5 pairs over to them in the few weeks I've been over here in NY
post #292 of 375
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

I don't see pricing on his website for flush metal toe plates??

IIRC $45.

Edit: Perhaps I did not recall correctly.
post #293 of 375
Question, say I want to resole a shoe originally Goodyear welted with a leather sole - it's now dead and I'm considering putting a Vibram Cristy or what not - does that qualify as a casual shoe for $60?
post #294 of 375
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


IIRC $45.

Edit: Perhaps I did not recall correctly.

 

Pretty sure it's $35, unless they recently raised the price.

post #295 of 375
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Originally Posted by khe86 View Post

Pretty sure it's $35, unless they recently raised the price.

yes. $35.
post #296 of 375
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Originally Posted by david3558 View Post

Question, say I want to resole a shoe originally Goodyear welted with a leather sole - it's now dead and I'm considering putting a Vibram Cristy or what not - does that qualify as a casual shoe for $60?

I emailed Nick about this last year for some Allen Edmonds goodyear-welted rubber-soled shoes.
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Are they good for the $60 casual footwear treatment or would they need a higher-grade recrafting?

We can put a Vibram sole on them.
$60.00 plus S&H.

Best,

Nick
post #297 of 375
I just wanted to let everyone on here know that Nick just did an AWESOME job on my Alden 660's. It took about a month for the turn around. A week to get there and a week to get back. All in all you're looking at about 2 weeks to do everything. I am impressed and I want to have my LHS beef rolls done with a Dainite sole but that will cost me $150ish I have been told.
post #298 of 375
Ugh that's awesome, I may have to speak with him haha. happy.gif
post #299 of 375

Just had these babies done by B. Nelson. Bought on ebay, had them sent to B. Nelson, Nick fixed them up and sent them to me. Splendid job.

 

 

 

The downside is that I gambled and lost - they're a tad too small.

 

But hats off to B. Nelson - great stuff, and highly recommended.

post #300 of 375
Wait, you bought shoes on ebay and sent them to be resoled before trying them on? confused.gif
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