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Cheaney Factory Repair

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Originally Posted by miurasv
It's a good job they do but the uppers look like they've only been polished but not refinished. I hope I'm wrong on this as my Mock Croc Cheaney boots will need redoing soon.

That's a question for the factory I guess. It's unlikely they'll strip the leather down completely, more a case of removing the excess wax, the top few layers, conditioning, and then re-apply.
 

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Is there a good place to get Cheaney shoes resoled in the USA? I have some Threadneedles I got for like $270 and right now the factory repair service is £150 ($225) and taking into account shipping it seems insane for me to even do that. (I live in NYC by the way)
 
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Is there a good place to get Cheaney shoes resoled in the USA? I have some Threadneedles I got for like $270 and right now the factory repair service is £150 ($225) and taking into account shipping it seems insane for me to even do that. (I live in NYC by the way)

From where are you getting £150? It's £90, which is up from the £85 it was before the February price increase. B.Nelson is a well discussed cobbler on here, so go that route.
 

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