It would figure that on one of the last days I will ever take my hell commute on the Tokyo subway, someone -- I know not who, and it is too late to return the favor by giving them a permanent limp -- scuffed my EG Malverns. This is not just your typical smudge in the polish, but light scratches in the surface of the leather that cover an area about the size of a quarter. It could be much worse, but is bad enough. My question is, how easy (or difficult) is it for a competent professional shoe repair place to refinish the leather? My impulse is to leave it as is rather than to try to polish it out and to have a high-end repair shop like Union Works in Tokyo fix it for me. Advice and commiseration would be appreciated.