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"Re-shaping" an NB 1500
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01-05-13, 03:53 AM #1
Tifoso Posting Freak *****
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I'd never have the balls to try such a thing. Those of you that own them know that the toe of the newer releases (some of the UK-made ones are better) is much rounder (from the side) than the OGs.

This is more Ben's expertise. Smile


01-05-13, 06:54 AM #2
benji half a pound of treacle *****
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Laughing not really my area. Why not just put a pile of heavy books on it ?

01-05-13, 12:10 PM #3
llcoolgee Drexciyan Wavejumper *****
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Might give that a whirl on my Providers Wink

Rock the Shells

01-05-13, 12:12 PM #4
super sk8 Adidas Superstar Specialist ******
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that´s why i don´t have any 1500ers... Wink

whack lacing is killing your shoes!

01-05-13, 03:28 PM #5
kt0626 Soup Nazi *****
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Indeed Mike, the newer 1500s (Flimby made or not) don't have as nice a shape as the older ones - pretty much why i don't pick em up anymore...if you're speaking to a sole swap, yeah thats a headache to try...personally never did one, but i knew a fella who commissioned a shoemaker to do a swap and it turned out pretty good...then again he used the older upper (of the Chianti 1500) with that of a newer 1500 sole...BUT then decided to sell it...never asked why...you can't really reshape the toe box otherwise without actually changing the whole shoe...

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