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Bergdorf Goodman has a bunch of Lanvin sneakers in a bunch of sizes for 60% off if anyone wants to stock up.
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Don't see why not. My experience with Bally sneakers has been positive. They're extremely well made and they wear well. The only downside is that my model's sole is a bit soft. I am not sure if it is going to last a long time. However, if you're looking for a "baller office sneaker over $300," then Bally fits the bill.Just curious would Bally sneakers be considered "baller" on this site?
For those with Hender Schemes...how do you care for the leather? Any special cream I should put on em to keep them from drying up? Also, I'm a little concerned if I get caught in the rain one day (or the ground is wet following the rain) that wet pavement might seriously mash up that sole. Would it be ridiculous to put a topy on the heal and toe?
I sprayed mine with meltonian then just beat them to shit. I feel like black is pointless, natural ages.Related Q for the Hender Scheme owners. Got my first pair. I read somewhere (maybe Reddit?) that one should apply their special lotion/creme/whatever BEFORE you wear them and periodically apply. Did anyone subscribe to this method? Do you use Hender-care products or is there an safe alternative?
Related to Hender - consensus of the better color? I'm a fan of the black because it's black, but the natural has that aging factor (I ended up with a black pair)