When faced with the dreaded unraveling of the quarter-to-vamp stitch, which I have woefully discovered on my poor 2-week-old NSTs that have thus far been worn only indoors, which of the following are reasonable to expect from the seller?
1) exchange for a new pair of shoes without said defect
2) free repair of shoes by a cobbler of the seller's choosing, on the seller's dime, but with attendant wait
3) refund of purchase price upon return of shoes
I thought I could live with the loose stitch, but it has steadily unraveled further and the gap between the vamp and the quarter continues to increase. Tragic...