- Jan 7, 2007
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anyone ever use any product to help prolong the life of the original sole/shoe/heel?
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taps or topy. lots of people add them to their shoes, although I usually don't unless for whatever reason they came that way. i have what appears to be a half-topy job on a pair of bruno magli chelseas (I think they came from the factory like that), and had toe and heel taps on a pair of C&J weymouths (bought the shoes off one of the sellers on this forum, he had the taps applied). I took the toe taps off, left the heel taps on.Originally Posted by NoVaguy
what are the chances that I can remove the taps and replace them with topys without having to have them resoled?Originally Posted by Jared
Although I'm not a cobbler, I think that they are Topyable in their present state.Originally Posted by Tomasso
Does anyone know where I can buy topy material online? I've been looking for the longest time, with no success.Originally Posted by A Harris
bump!Originally Posted by Leaveitothexperts