I was walking around downtown in my new brown monkstraps that I really like (you gotta get a pair of those Certo monkstraps from virtualclotheshorse.com, they're very nice shoes for the $), and as I was stepping up onto a curb, the toe of my right shoe hit a rock on the concrete and took a small chip out of the toebox leather. How do I fix this? Should I just cream and polish it with a standard horsehair brush? Or are the shoes permanently damaged?
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3/15/05 at 7:19pm