Goodyear Posted April 6, 2017 Report Share Posted April 6, 2017 Hello, I recently purchased a pair of boots. Given how expensive these were, my intention is that they should have a long life provided I can resole them and have them fixed by my local cobbler when needed. That said, there seems to be a small break where the leather meets the sole and another small break on the sole itself. The break on the sole is very minor. I don't know if these would compromise the ability of a cobbler to resole the boot - if they can be resoled regardless of these minor (?) defects, I'm okay keeping them. So, my question is - should I send them back to the manufacturer, or are these only aesthetic defects. Picture attached. Thorogood 1892 Portage boots. Thanks for any guidance - greatly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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