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Things that do not wear out

Discussion in 'Tilted Gear' started by genuinemommy, Sep 7, 2016.

  1. cynthetiq

    cynthetiq Administrator Staff Member Donor

    New York City
    That link was for a completely different manufacturer that offers their customers a service. Those shoes are not the same.

    But digging about the SAS FAQ

    F.A.Q.s | San Antonio Shoemakers
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  2. fflowley

    fflowley Don't just do something, stand there! Donor

    Anybody here worn Ecco, and can compare them with the SAS above?
    I get 8-10 years from a pair of Ecco's, and it just so happens I have to replace a worn out pair in the next few months.
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  3. genuinemommy

    genuinemommy Moderator Staff Member

    Not me. Never heard of them. But I'm going to look into them now.
  4. omega

    omega Very Tilted

    I happen to be wearing my eccos right now. I have had them since probably 2010. They aren't super stylish, but they are very comfortable. And they aren't terrible looking. They aren't Rockports.
  5. spindles

    spindles Very Tilted

    Sydney, Australia
    I bought new black dress shoes a few months ago and ended up with a pair of Eccos. The other pairs in the shop were considerably cheaper and they felt like it. They are actually quite comfortable to wear and still look good.
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  6. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member Donor

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  7. genuinemommy

    genuinemommy Moderator Staff Member

    Yes, I was reading about that one the other day. Radiation beats up electronics pretty badly.
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  8. buzzgunner

    buzzgunner Vertical

    Oregon, USA
    Things that don't wear out? I'm 61 and I own firearms that are older than me! Oh, and there's the anvil in my shop. Made sometime in the late 1800s and, well, still works fine. (The advantage of no moving parts, I guess.)
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