- Jun 21, 2017
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Cross posting from the C&J Quintessential thread: C&J Hayle (unlined) in Ocean Suede from 2019:
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I would like to see your worn pair, not a product shot of their replacement.Land's End Suede Buck.
Bought on sale for $50 in 2012 or so.
Not some vanity shoe that is worn once a month and photographed for then worn.
Finally retiring this shoe that lasted 9 years of daily wear. DAILY.
Easily my most workhorse shoes I have ever owned.
The suede is the least worn part of the shoe. Just a burn mark from when I was pushing a firepit with my feet. The neck opening is the most worn and frayed. I would say suede ages way better than regular leather, which gets easily creased and scuffed.
I've replaced the laces 3 times, I think
The toe started to separate from the rubber sole a few months ago, and now its done.
Gladly, back in 2013, I bought a spare $50 pair that I've been saving.
Actually, I just Gorilla glued the separation and it seems to work!
Here is to another 8 years !
https://sonsofhenrey.com/collections/sale/products/sons-of-henrey-semi-brogue-mink-suede for instanceHey everyone, can someone point me in the direction of brown suede captoes for under $250?