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Creasing on AE Chukkas by toe

tmgaus51

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Hi All, just wore these for the first time yesterday and noticed heavy creasing (with some accompanying blistering) just under the big toenail of my left foot around where the toe cap would be. Strangely, my left foot is bigger so I would have thought creasing would occur on the right if anywhere.

I have other AEs in the same last and size (with no fit/creasing issues) so I'm wondering if this looks normal. On the right shoe it seems the leather is too stiff near the top to crease there. Could these be defective?

Any thoughts?

Thanks a lot,
Dave

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tmgaus51

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Thanks for the reply. I've come to accept most creasing, but I am concerned here because of the height and depth of the crease. If it weren't digging into my toe and I knew it would be pain-free over time, I wouldn't care.
 

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