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If you like the shoes, and there are no rips or tears in the uppers, then they're worth the rebuild. You will keep them forever.
Damn! Both of those look amazing! The SharkSkin will last forever. I would think they would be a great candidate for resto.
The four digit number, the style of the letter 'F' and heelpad indicate Alden to me, but I'm not sure. Really nice looking shoes though.Damn! Both of those look amazing! The SharkSkin will last forever. I would think they would be a great candidate for resto.
Here’s a Mystery for you all.
Black Shell Cordovan for Wingtip Wednesday. I don’t wear these often enough and I need to show them some love and conditioning. I believe these are from the 1950’s. The heels do not have the ultra high number of nails like a Florsheim. I don’t recognize the numbering scheme. They were clearly very high quality. The stitches per inch is incredible. I should probably have them recrafted as the heels are starting to flake apart. The lining and insole is not cracked which is surprising.
EDIT: I guess they could be Florsheim with the S code and 4 digit. BUT, I don’t remember Florsheim ever doing the size this way.
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