I need some help here. I bought a pair of John Lobb Paris stated as 1st Choice Discontinued item from Bespoke England. It is a pair of Edward in Plum Musuem Calf. There are some slight polish imperfections which I am not fussy about. What really troubled me was the inside of the shoe. Per the pictures, on the inside of the shoe, the left and right side of the leather are 'cut' hence exposing the suede so to speak. My questions are 1. Anyone seen this or knows why this is done? I have seen R and S being stamped but not stripping the leather upper on the inside of a shoe. 2. Would you return the shoe if you were in my position? Am grateful for your comments and opinions.