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JohnAAG

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Not a great idea to mess with heel balance in general ;)
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Those are logger boots and the heel is high so there's space for tree climbing spurs. Boots that heavy probably have a steel shank which is bent to match the curvature of the sole. Chop off any of the heel and it will be like walking in rocking chairs.
 

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15 min run-through at the GW on my way to pick up my kid:

NWT Atlanta Braves Freddie Freeman Jersey, plus NWT Braves National League Champs hats from ‘91, ‘92 and ‘93.
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Didn’t realize at the time that the ‘91 hat is signed by hall of famer John Smoltz.
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NWT 1996 Atlanta Olympics hats. My 14 year-old son is gonna love these.
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That '91 hat!
 

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Long time no post, I've been refraining to go thrifting until I get rid of my footwear backlog. So here is some backlog


Tricker's womens


Heschung womens


Gaziano & Girling (pop!) for RLPL


Edward Green for RLPL


Tricker's


Oak Street Bootmakers


Sanders for Regent


JM Weston


Edward Green


Regent

Also got time for some resoling jobs

John Lobb


Alden (a few pictures along the process here if anyone is curious)


Crockett & Jones (shell)


Alden


JM Weston


Alden for BB


JM Weston (lizard)
 

tonylumpkin

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Long time no post, I've been refraining to go thrifting until I get rid of my footwear backlog. So here is some backlog


Tricker's womens


Heschung womens


Gaziano & Girling (pop!) for RLPL


Edward Green for RLPL


Tricker's


Oak Street Bootmakers


Sanders for Regent


JM Weston


Edward Green


Regent

Also got time for some resoling jobs

John Lobb


Alden (a few pictures along the process here if anyone is curious)


Crockett & Jones (shell)


Alden


JM Weston


Alden for BB


JM Weston (lizard)
That’s quite a backlog!
 

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