Cobbler's Rogers Park Shoe

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The Chicago Police Honor Guard has their shoes turned into tomb soles by Cobbler's Rogers Park Shoe Repair. We were mailing our shoes to Alexandria, Va. and waiting up to 6 months for completion. John and Martha have a turn around time down to two weeks. Their quality and dedication to perfection are second to none. Thank you and keep up the good work.

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★★★★★

The Chicago Police Honor Guard has their shoes turned into tomb soles by Cobbler's Rogers Park Shoe Repair. We were mailing our shoes to Alexandria, Va. and waiting up to 6 months for completion. John and Martha have a turn around time down to two weeks. Their quality and dedication to perfection are second to none. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Pros: Everything

Cons: None

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This is the second time I've taken my shoes here. Each time they've done top-quality work. Additionally, they always go the extra mile. I recently brought in a pair of shoes to have a hole fixed. Not only did they do a great job with the repair, they oiled and shined my shoes and fixed the frayed laces. Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

This is the second time I've taken my shoes here. Each time they've done top-quality work. Additionally, they always go the extra mile. I recently brought in a pair of shoes to have a hole fixed. Not only did they do a great job with the repair, they oiled and shined my shoes and fixed the frayed laces. Highly recommended.

Pros: Customer service; careful, quality work

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I brought in a tan tote bag to be dyed black. The cobbler assured me the straps would not leak ink onto my hands and that it would be an easy job. I came in the day he said it would be ready and it was not ready. I came back and got my tote, now dyed black. What a total mistake, it is ruined. He got dye all over the inside lining, did a lousy job with the details AND my hands turned black after using the purse. It is now unusable unless I get the straps changed. The bag looks used, as if I bought it from a thrift store. It probably was a mistake getting the tote dyed. It definitely was a mistake going to Cobbler's on Morse.

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I brought in a tan tote bag to be dyed black. The cobbler assured me the straps would not leak ink onto my hands and that it would be an easy job. I came in the day he said it would be ready and it was not ready. I came back and got my tote, now dyed black. What a total mistake, it is ruined. He got dye all over the inside lining, did a lousy job with the details AND my hands turned black after using the purse. It is now unusable unless I get the straps changed. The bag looks used, as if I bought it from a thrift store. It probably was a mistake getting the tote dyed. It definitely was a mistake going to Cobbler's on Morse.

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"What a mistake 01/07/2008 Posted by scoutbee"
"I brought in a tan tote bag to be dyed black. The cobbler assured me the straps would not leak ink onto my hands and that it would be an easy job. I came in the day he said it would be ready and it was not ready. I came back and got my tote, now dyed black. What a total mistake, it is ruined. He got dye all over the inside lining, did a lousy job with the details AND my hands turned black after using the purse. It is now unusable unless I get the straps changed. The bag looks used, as if I bought it from a thrift store. It probably was a mistake getting the tote dyed. It definitely was a mistake going to Cobbler's on Morse."

Did you bother to take it back to the cobbler? I can understand being upset because it wasn't finished by the time he told you, but then again, as humans We'll always twist a story and exaggerate a few bits, or even leave out a few to better suit us. I mean honestly you should've brought it back, as for rubbing off onto your hands, anything and everything will rub off on your hands, be it in small bits that you can't even see, or big embaressing stains. however this can change depending on how clean your hands are. If clean, there will be minimal rub off, off anything, store bought, factory made, hand made etc. I can understand that hands can be oily, we all produce oil all the time, dont believe me>? open up a science book. I've had work done by those guys, little rough on the edges (character wise), but he works hard and its solid. Now having your bag dyed may or may have not been a mistake on either side (personally i can't see a smooth transistion between tan to black). However If you feel the job was not done right, it's your responsibiilty to let the cobbler know, I don't think he can read minds sweety, for all the good it might do you... now.

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★★★★★

"What a mistake 01/07/2008 Posted by scoutbee"
"I brought in a tan tote bag to be dyed black. The cobbler assured me the straps would not leak ink onto my hands and that it would be an easy job. I came in the day he said it would be ready and it was not ready. I came back and got my tote, now dyed black. What a total mistake, it is ruined. He got dye all over the inside lining, did a lousy job with the details AND my hands turned black after using the purse. It is now unusable unless I get the straps changed. The bag looks used, as if I bought it from a thrift store. It probably was a mistake getting the tote dyed. It definitely was a mistake going to Cobbler's on Morse."

Did you bother to take it back to the cobbler? I can understand being upset because it wasn't finished by the time he told you, but then again, as humans We'll always twist a story and exaggerate a few bits, or even leave out a few to better suit us. I mean honestly you should've brought it back, as for rubbing off onto your hands, anything and everything will rub off on your hands, be it in small bits that you can't even see, or big embaressing stains. however this can change depending on how clean your hands are. If clean, there will be minimal rub off, off anything, store bought, factory made, hand made etc. I can understand that hands can be oily, we all produce oil all the time, dont believe me>? open up a science book. I've had work done by those guys, little rough on the edges (character wise), but he works hard and its solid. Now having your bag dyed may or may have not been a mistake on either side (personally i can't see a smooth transistion between tan to black). However If you feel the job was not done right, it's your responsibiilty to let the cobbler know, I don't think he can read minds sweety, for all the good it might do you... now.

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My shoes were similar to a patient on the operating table in an episode of House... none of the doctors have seen anything like it before: terrible cavities in the soles, a curled shape reminiscent of a sclerosis patient, a complexion completely faded by overexposure to elements... Enter Doctor House, who in my case, is the owner of Cobbler's Shoe Repair. After a look at the shoes an inch from death, he peeks over his glasses with good news: they're going to make it. Better still, it takes him less than a week, even though the shelves of shoes behind the counter are by no means empty, but are filled with hundreds of other leathery survivors.
The total is $70.00, and considering I paid $100.00 for them brand new and they're now in much better condition than they were new, i'm very pleased. He uses good materials, so it no longer feels as though I'm walking in moccasins as it did in the same shoes when I bought them. Also, he and his wife had helpful
advice on keeping the shoes maintained in the future.
Wonderful!

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★★★★★

My shoes were similar to a patient on the operating table in an episode of House... none of the doctors have seen anything like it before: terrible cavities in the soles, a curled shape reminiscent of a sclerosis patient, a complexion completely faded by overexposure to elements... Enter Doctor House, who in my case, is the owner of Cobbler's Shoe Repair. After a look at the shoes an inch from death, he peeks over his glasses with good news: they're going to make it. Better still, it takes him less than a week, even though the shelves of shoes behind the counter are by no means empty, but are filled with hundreds of other leathery survivors.
The total is $70.00, and considering I paid $100.00 for them brand new and they're now in much better condition than they were new, i'm very pleased. He uses good materials, so it no longer feels as though I'm walking in moccasins as it did in the same shoes when I bought them. Also, he and his wife had helpful
advice on keeping the shoes maintained in the future.
Wonderful!

Pros: Quality of service, speed of service

Cons: n/a

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Very reasonable prices, prompt service, professional results, and well trusted with expensive shoewear!

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★★★★★

Very reasonable prices, prompt service, professional results, and well trusted with expensive shoewear!

Pros: reasonable prices, prompt service, stands behind work, member of the community for 50+ years!

Cons: NONE

 

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