haha, I was going to say, not everyone has the experience and knowledge anymore of doing that. It wouldn't cost me anything, would just need to find where I put the stuff for shoe shinning It's been a whileYep, they did what I did and went to Walmart, bought a bottle of shoe dye, sponged it on, let it try, and then used some shoe polish, and used a shoe brush to buff it out. Cost $6.50. Shucks dude, you didn't even scrap through all the layers of leather dye that was originally on the jacket.
Of course, it helps to have been in the military and had all that practice spit shining boots.
Its the little cobbler in George St, just off St.James St. He is such a nice guy but very busy lots of the other cobblers send their difficult jobs to him. I am also told that there is a leather workshop in a basement just off Trafalgar St (has you would expect in Brighton) that does a great job on repairing jackets etc. RWhat was the name of the guy Rob? It's always good to know somebody that can replace zips.
it came from eagle leather, I prefer brown leather:what kinda jacket is that twopoint?? looks brilliant.