- Apr 13, 2012
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These babies for a hot day.. love the unlined Alden suede for crazy hot days.. my choice
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Love it . MrG 1 and 2 on the same page.
The retailer you bought them from might be able to arrange for them to go back to Alden for a recraft. Or another retailer in your area with whom you have a relationship.My trusty suede dovers still look quite good in this pic from the spring. However, the soles are now starting to go. They are so thin/soft in the middle that there will be hole soon.
My problem is that I'm in Europe and would prefer to have the remade here, but using original flex soles. Anyone knows if that is possible?
Those look great, but that is a @MrDV quality lawn!
Bick4 and a microfiber cloth is what I useApologies if this has already been discussed, but I'm wondering how you guys maintain the look of your contrast apron stitching. I love my Indys and wear them all the time. I always polish with neutral creams, but over time the white contrast stitching has become dull/muted. Does anyone have any tricks to bring back that bright white contrast?