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I think I'd like to be cremated in culatta.

Just an urn with CCP shanks rattling around the ash.
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Not buried in bison, with .925 silver buckles chiming from within?

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Really? People always say this about leather soles but I have never, ever found it to be true. You live somewhere relatively wet, right? If it's raining everyday rubber soles are (for me) an absolute must. Metro stairs? Death. Cobblestones? Death. Castle towers? Glorious death. 


I do live somewhere wet.

Maybe it's just the way that I walk, but I actually find the flat rubber soles (i.e. dainite or topied leather soles) to be very slippery. Crepe soles are terrible too.

Rubber commando soles are of course the best. But worn in leather soles aren't bad.
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I do live somewhere wet.

Maybe it's just the way that I walk, but I actually find the flat rubber soles (i.e. dainite or topied leather soles) to be very slippery. Crepe soles are terrible too.

Rubber commando soles are of course the best. But worn in leather soles aren't bad.

You are a unique person, then.  Ballroom dancers wear leather soled shoes precisely because they do not grip either concrete or wood or stone.  Or tile, or linoleum, and so on,  Rubber soles, crepe included, most definitely do.

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You are a unique person, then.  Ballroom dancers wear leather soled shoes precisely because they do not grip either concrete or wood or stone.  Or tile, or linoleum, and so on,  Rubber soles, crepe included, most definitely do.

Dancing shoes are completely different from walking shoes.
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The leather soles are very slippery when brand new. Why don't they do some kind of embossing to give it a texture and better grip?

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The leather soles are very slippery when brand new. Why don't they do some kind of embossing to give it a texture and better grip?

Might not be part of the craft.
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Might not be part of the craft.

 

It could be easily made part of the craft.

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it's cos weird MC uncles wank over glossy soles and fiddleback waists.
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Dancing shoes are completely different from walking shoes.
not really for ballroom dancing (at least for the most part. different dancers have different preferences and it also depends on the floor you're dancing on). i do tango and swing dancing and my dance shoes are generic man and oliver spencer shoes w/ the original leather sole.
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Hello! 

Has anyone here successfully sent their m_moria through their stockist back for repairs/resole or no one has worn the sole down yet? Obviously I mean the no-vibram-at-all club.

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It could be easily made part of the craft.

Yea of course.

anyone got some boots to post or something, haven't seen any purchases or new shit in a while.
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Nobody has made anything new for years.
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