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May 4, 2004 by derek
Have you bought the T-bones and been dissapointed with the quality? If so, it's due to a production issue from the factory. It turns out that the adhesion was below HS-LTD's specifications.
So if your view on Soap's quality has gone down, then keep in mind that the factory made good on the poor quality with a full refund for the low-quality models from the first production.
I'm sure you've heard people say "Soap shoes have gone cheap." But I assure you that it definitely hasn't. I got a message from the CEO of HS-LTD today stating, "That [Soap going Cheap] of course is not the case and we continue to specify the best possible materials and the highest possible adherence standards."
So if you have one of the older pairs of T-Bones that has ripped or came apart in any way, I would urge you to either buy some superglue (that's what I did - so as to not waste any money from Soap) or contact them.
Also, if you know anyone who is talking about Soap's quality, I would hope that you will set them straight. You all know that Soap makes great/super high quality shoes. I've seen videos (i.e. Clinic in a Can) that go through the construction of Soap Shoes in detail... and I was seriously impressed with it. If the general public begins to believe that Soap makes a poor product, the shoes have a very good chance dying. The A-sides are still on hold due to this perception from retailers. So please do all that you can to keep the product alive.
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