Originally Posted by ReppTiePrepster
Start constructing those built-ins. They're worth it!
Speaking of which, I remodeled my home a year ago and converted a walk-in hallway closet into a shoe closet. There is no vent in there. Consequently it gets pretty hot and stuff in there. Does anyone know if that will that pose any problems for shell (or calf) in the long run??
Thanks in advance...
RTP, how hot is hot? Extreme temperature variation isn't good for cotton, wool, plastic, wine, beer, and it can't be good for calf or shell cordovan. At a minimum it seems that extreme heat could dry out leather faster than cooler, steadier temps. You have a tidy sum invested in footwear, so I'd suggest proceeding accordingly.