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Alden Indy Sole

NotoriousMarquis

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I'm thinking of getting this time a pair of non rugged alden indy boots.

I'm curious about the cork neoprene sole"”can someone tell me how it wears, if it wears faster or slower than crepe, than lug soles, etc.
 

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I have found it, as someone who grinds his toes, less durable than either a crepe or a lug sole. But rather comfortable.
 

pgd3

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Its rather like a medium dense crepe sole.

Less durable than leather or firm rubber lug.

More durable than low density eva neo-crepe.

Sort of like birkenstock soling.
 

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