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Old 02-29-2004, 01:01 AM
danceswithcats is offline
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It seems the problem is motion between the outsole and insole of the shoes causing the objectionable squeak.

You may be able to resolve the problem with some Neatsfoot Oil, available at outdoors shops and better shoe stores. The hard part is getting the lubricant in between the layers of leather. Were I in your shoes (no pun intended) I'd use an insulin syringe, but I have doctor and nurse friends, and you may not.

Hopefully this will help you get in touch with your troubled sole. (Couldn't resist)
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