afternoon all, ive just purchased myself a pair of 1940 pattern boots for a very good price as they have seen better days, the rubber 'galosh' around the bottom is very deteriorated. does anybody have any ideas on how to restore this part of the boot, i may have a few ideas myself but any outside perspective would be genuinly useful. has anybody done this before? how did it turn out? thanks.
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- Joined: September 12th, 2011, 5:26 pm
judging by the recent prices on ebay, ud be looking at a fair bit. depends on how far gone the rubbers are. check out prices online, i was lucky i picked mine up (size 11) on ebay for 50 quid, your definatly looking at more than that. not to set this in stone but the last pair i see go on ebay went in exess of 200....What would a pair of size 12 40 Patt boots be worth?
They too need a bit of work on the rubbers.
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