12 Jan 2013 15:22
Wish there was a cobbler equivalent to the denim doctor.
12 Jan 2013 15:24
As the suede is very soft , even an invisible mender/tailor can have a go at it. Just use charm and convince them that they will bve doing you a huge favour.
12 Jan 2013 15:30
I think sometimes high end designers don't use the best quality materials as in materials that will last the longest. They use materials that will give the exact look they're trying to achieve. For example, I've heard that rick tees develop holes really easily, no doubt a tailor would blame 'low quality' cotton.
12 Jan 2013 15:32
Call me thick but whats an invisible tailor?
12 Jan 2013 17:53
Hopefully not. I'd like to think i can find a cobbler that will fix em. Anywhere you can think of down your way Copper?
12 Jan 2013 18:05
Nah mate sorry. Just use them as summer beaters, you practically got em for free mate considering the retail price.
12 Jan 2013 18:06
Have no idea whether it would work but might that leather/suede super glue stuff work? I got some and it seemed decent on what I tried it on. You could either directly try and glue the suede back together again or place a small piece of suede lining inside to help strengthen the mend and reinforce it the glue job - it would be inside and out of sight. Anyway, it would be a cheap and easy solution to try if all else fails.
12 Jan 2013 18:53
I've had one pair of visvim. Logo came off the heel after 30mins indoor wear, tongue ripped on day two, laces need tied up about 4 times as they are far too long. Never bought visvim since. Ironically my assumption was high quality materials constructed badly.
12 Jan 2013 19:43
Were those Flynt los FLG?
12 Jan 2013 20:31
No it was the Pony hair Skagway in Black
29 May 2015 12:39
Are there any other decent invisible stitch menders in London aside the one on Thayer street? The price they've quoted me compared the size of the hole is ridiculous.
29 May 2015 12:55
That's Marylebone for you!