- Jun 3, 2006
- Reaction score
ive worn them for several years now with no problems. this just started happening recently. its one of those random unlucky events i guess. ill take a photo later tonight.The issue is that when it's corrected grain it basically is a layer of plastic sprayed on the leather. Usually to hide (split grain) leather that is of inferior quality. So, if you remove that plastic layer you will expose the leater underneath which might be worse than what you have now.
I noticed on the brand's website that these are quite expensive shoes, might returning them be an option since they have issues that should't be there (certainly at this price point)?
Do you have a picture of the shoes by the way, and of thye "bubble" you mention?
if all else fails, ill go the acetone route. i cant wear them anymore with this squeak so might as well treat them as a write off. thanks for the insight though. much appreciated.