Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ysb, Feb 9, 2011.
Brown > black on that model for sure.
IMHO danite is fine for everything but straight up ice.
I'm wondering if it's a mistake i got the commando sole..not that i had too much choice in the matter haha.
I like their commando sole. It's not as low key as Alden's, but it's not too loud either.
does anyone know if it's possible/how difficult it would be to get the sole replaced with a dainite sole?
The [email protected] email is completely bogged down from the sample sale currently. Custom inquiries are best sent to [email protected] for now. Once the sale is over and things have settled down you will be able to contact us at either.
I'm going to be strolling through Victoria in a few weeks and dropping by for a visit. Anyone in particular I should ask for to assist me with a fitting and custom order?
Yes, being 60 and having experienced a lot of winters I can say that no sole works well on ice.
There is a shoe repair company in NYC (I forget their name right now) they carry Dainite and will do it for about $150. You have to send them in, takes 2-3 weeks - I had them do work in the past, they are good. Perhaps someone here remembers their name.
That not a 100% correct I've seen people in snow pacs walk on ice like it was dry.
Viberg offers Vibram 100 fire and ice.
Don't et me wrong, I can walk fine on ice - have done it for years, but it was not because of the sole of the shoe. I have used both leather and rubber lug. Of course, I'm speaking of my experience and have not tried every possible sole, just the standard ones we were speaking about. I mean if you really want to be safe strap on cleats:
It's B Nelson. Ask for Nick. Great guy and great company. They do excellent work
Thanks for letting us know. I sent him my request last night.
Yes, that is them thanks - I had a senior moment! Nick is a good guy and yes they do great work!
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