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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr1000man View Post
    Figure I’ll try and eat though these eventually
    Yum yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr1000man View Post
    These are slick when wet too. Figure I’ll try and eat though these eventually and replace with some Vibram lugs ideally.


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    When I got my Chippewas for J. Crew cap toes, I had them resoled with vibram mini lugs after a handful of wears because I already knew that the original soles would probably result in me biting it once normal Seattle weather came back. They're much more comfortable as they absorb shock and flex better. Plus, I got the full resole at a steal, so I didn't mind resoling basically new shoes.

    You'll be very happy, too, once you switch to the lug soles.

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    Fall, day off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nandyn View Post
    When I got my Chippewas for J. Crew cap toes, I had them resoled with vibram mini lugs after a handful of wears because I already knew that the original soles would probably result in me biting it once normal Seattle weather came back. They're much more comfortable as they absorb shock and flex better. Plus, I got the full resole at a steal, so I didn't mind resoling basically new shoes.

    You'll be very happy, too, once you switch to the lug soles.
    What's a resole like that cost? Wondering if it'd be cheaper just to buy something already lugged.

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    I got a full resole for $75+ tax. I think they normally run over $100. They also resoled using black thread, which in my opinion, looks so much better with the burgundy boots than the original white thread did.

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    Out to lunch.


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    And today:

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    Blazer : Brooks Brothers Flannel 3/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nandyn View Post
    I got a full resole for $75+ tax. I think they normally run over $100. They also resoled using black thread, which in my opinion, looks so much better with the burgundy boots than the original white thread did.
    Hey, fellow Seattleite! Sorry to be nosy, but where did you have this done? Just want to know for future reference. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesserBlackDog View Post
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    And today:

    Looks like it's Citizen watch week. Nice. I've always wanted to get a Nighthawk, but wasn't sure if the busy dial would bother me. Have you ever used the slide rule?

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