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Good shoe repair in Sydney?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by royal618, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. royal618

    royal618 Senior member

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  2. tchoy

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    Try Chifley Shoe Worx, shop 25.2, level 1 Chifley Plaza.92233670.
    I have taken my Edward Green for minor repairs, they always do a very good job.
     
  3. timekeeping

    timekeeping Well-Known Member

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    Coomb's shoe repair at the Strand arcade seems to be fairly popular. They are an authorized repair location for RM Williams. I use them for simple repair jobs and they seem to do good work.

    Henry Bucks who carries C&J, Church's and others recommends the cobbler on top of Wynyard station (opposite the state transport offices, upstairs from Coles). Their name escapes me at the moment. I have had no direct experience with them.

    For more complicated work, especially on my C&Js, I usually send them to the C&J factory thru the C&J store in the Royal Arcade. Likewise for Allen Edmonds - I use their recrafting program.
     

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