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Old 05-20-06, 08:43 AM   #1
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Sidi Dominator resole-able?

I'm currently looking for a new stiff shoe for messenger duty that can be easily resoled.
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Old 05-20-06, 10:18 AM   #2
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I'm currently looking for a new stiff shoe for messenger duty that can be easily resoled.
We have a cobbler here that has always been able to resole my shoes...Sidi's included. I have an old pair with a Vibram hiking sole on em. They look real Stormtrooper like and are way more comfortable to walk in as well.
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Do you have a pic of the sidi shoe?
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Do you have a pic of the sidi shoe?
Sorry....e-mail and message boards are about techie as I get. No digicam.
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caverntech: has this cobbler been around for awhile? i'm already noticing some minor wear on the studs nearest the toe around the cleat.
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caverntech: has this cobbler been around for awhile? i'm already noticing some minor wear on the studs nearest the toe around the cleat.
They have been there for years and years. On Yonge..east side....between Adelaide and Richmond.
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