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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Terminator Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Feb 2019 at 1:43pm
I saw some Mackintosh low tops when I was in Japan and those were definitely made by Moon Star, if that helps
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If it’s moon star then it’s vulcanised - really good quality
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Has anyone tried the Anatomica and/or the Phigvel deck sneakers?
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My recent favourites:

Helixing my inner beanie
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Fly!

That first pair has an AJ4 midsole and side mesh Geek
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I just got these for running at the gym. I like them so far. Very squishy heel seems to help not have sore legs the next day.

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Also just had the PF Flyers Gounders right shoe sole almost totally separate from the upper in less than 6 months of rotational wear. We will see how long it takes them to issue a credit for a new pair. I keep going back to pf because I like the look more than chucks. But they are so poorly made. Wonder if anyone else out there struggles with the non USA made versions.
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Originally posted by ihatebrianwilliams ihatebrianwilliams wrote:

Also just had the PF Flyers Gounders right shoe sole almost totally separate from the upper in less than 6 months of rotational wear. We will see how long it takes them to issue a credit for a new pair. I keep going back to pf because I like the look more than chucks. But they are so poorly made. Wonder if anyone else out there struggles with the non USA made versions.

I had the USA made PFs and I don't think quality was very good either. Give Pras or other Moonstar variants a try


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Giving these a scrub , anyone ever use shoe goo before ?

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I've used Shoe Goo to repair my dogs shoes (back when he had a foxtail stuck in his paw). Works pretty well and really dries clear
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