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Thanks!@justonemore
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Again and again??.  I just ordered my pair of Dovers. If they come in such a condition I will return them no matter is the cracked leather or  finishing. Too much money to have a small single flaw.angry.gif
Amen to that & I agree would also do same thing.
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I know, I know. Meanness is kind of a trademark of mine. wink.gif

Hope everything is well by the way, mate!

Ja, gut - just bought a new watch.

How about you? Selling some nice coats, I see.
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Does everyone here only take care of their shoes themselves? Anyone trust any local shoe shining "experts" to shine their shoes for them?

Well, you have to understand that most of us are nuts and treat shoes and boots like they're precious objects, rather than footwear.
At least 75% here have several shoes/boots that they've never worn and probably never will. tinfoil.gif
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I agree that many here amongst these threads are quite into the shoe scene...but I disagree as to the majority of us having shoes that are used as museum pieces....many serious hobbiests here of the exact opposite mind...Our shoes are to be worn & enjoyed..
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Well, you have to understand that most of us are nuts and treat shoes and boots like they're precious objects, rather than footwear.
At least 75% here have several shoes/boots that they've never worn and probably never will. tinfoil.gif

 

75%?  I can't even think of one member here who has several pairs of not only unworn but never-to-be-worn shoes.

 

My only unworn pairs are generally off-season arrivals that get put aside for half a year or so.  But I buy all my shoes with the intent of wearing them, and wear them I do.

 

I have a hard time accepting that I am in the significant minority in this regard.

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75%?  I can't even think of one member here who has several pairs of not only unworn but never-to-be-worn shoes.

 

My only unworn pairs are generally off-season arrivals that get put aside for half a year or so.  But I buy all my shoes with the intent of wearing them, and wear them I do.

 

I have a hard time accepting that I am in the significant minority in this regard.

 

I typically wear the shoes the same day they arrive :cheers:

 

No patience :p

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Depends... I took hold of a late GMTO boot in early spring...Their first use was a week or so ago...
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I have a couple of pairs of that I have yet to where however this is due to last/fit issues. Eventually the shoes will degrade anyway it reminds me of an article i read on the life of a tire. Just because they have 20k miles on them doesn't mean they don't need replaced if they're older than 6 years or so depending on climate and driving habits. Same can be said for shoes.
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I have 2 pairs that just don't fit, even though I like to think they do.

I'll be putting them up on BST in the next few weeks, I can't bear to think of fine shoes not getting worn.
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I have 2 pairs that just don't fit, even though I like to think they do.

I'll be putting them up on BST in the next few weeks, I can't bear to think of fine shoes not getting worn.

Please share style and sizes.
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I typically wear the shoes the same day they arrive :cheers:

 

No patience :p

I coould wear to different pairs in the same day:lol:

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Too much babying for galways. They are men's boots. They can take punishment.

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^^ Brand new Mahogany CC Dovers????

They would be awesome for my collection! haha
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