Originally Posted by nicelynice
Wear them down naturally and when they're almost completely gone, take them to a (good) cobbler who will be able to even them out and put a protective sole on them, which can then be redone as needed. A girl I met yesterday had some three-year-old drips that looked fantastic and she said she'd had them "resoled" twice.
Make sure you put protective soles on them BEFORE you start eating away at the original sole as it makes the process much easier + less noticeable as there's less repair work to be done. This goes for any expensive sneakers which you want to protect unless you're an out of control baller!!
I Sent Willies an email to get mine worked on. No reply. Any other capable cobbler to which I can ship? Fj takes way too long to get anything done