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    15 years ago you could get it done for about $20 in the southland, I've heard estimates up to 80 though, it varies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VCRW View Post
    Look at the bottom of the first post. This great resource was posted 2 years ago. Thanks again, BBO.

    http://www.letsgokings.com/bbs/f20/h...urs-42840.html
    This was a very good resource. I had my glove repaired at
    Vogue Shoe Repair. After they inspected the glove, I asked
    for a full palm replacement, but they informed me they do
    not replace glove palms and that I would have to go to La
    Tijera Bootery. I then said that was the first place I called
    but the phone was no longer in service. They had no answer
    for me, so I went through with the repair.
    Although it was more than I expected, price wise (and the fact I
    had them ship it to me), I have to say they did a way better job
    than what they explained to me. I would highly recommend Vogue Shoe Repair.

    Questions:
    1) I have another glove that needs a full palm replacement.
    Does any know if La Tierra Bootery still exists? It is much closer to where I live.

    2) The new leather on the repaired glove seems kind of thin.
    Is it a good idea the put something along the line of Baseball glove oil on it to
    length the life of the leather?

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    Try

    PEACHES PRO REPAIR
    MARK "PEACHES" BRENNAN
    1524 NE 55TH AVENUE
    PORTLAND, OREGON
    97214
    (503) 803-7931
    mjbrennanpdx@msn.com
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    They come highly recommended at modsquadhockey.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTDP View Post
    This was a very good resource. I had my glove repaired at
    Vogue Shoe Repair. After they inspected the glove, I asked
    for a full palm replacement, but they informed me they do
    not replace glove palms and that I would have to go to La
    Tijera Bootery. I then said that was the first place I called
    but the phone was no longer in service. They had no answer
    for me, so I went through with the repair.
    Although it was more than I expected, price wise (and the fact I
    had them ship it to me), I have to say they did a way better job
    than what they explained to me. I would highly recommend Vogue Shoe Repair.

    Questions:
    1) I have another glove that needs a full palm replacement.
    Does any know if La Tierra Bootery still exists? It is much closer to where I live.

    2) The new leather on the repaired glove seems kind of thin.
    Is it a good idea the put something along the line of Baseball glove oil on it to
    length the life of the leather?

    I've had my leg pads repaired at Vogue for years (when I played a lot of roller). Good guys and they always do a great job. just wish they could re-stuff my leg pads, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirJW View Post
    Try

    PEACHES PRO REPAIR
    MARK "PEACHES" BRENNAN
    1524 NE 55TH AVENUE
    PORTLAND, OREGON
    97214
    (503) 803-7931
    mjbrennanpdx@msn.com
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    They come highly recommended at modsquadhockey.com
    yeah? Is that really close to me?
    But thanks
    Last edited by PTDP; January 29th, 2010 at 02:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosoupforyou View Post
    I've had my leg pads repaired at Vogue for years (when I played a lot of roller). Good guys and they always do a great job. just wish they could re-stuff my leg pads, too.
    Really?
    2) The new leather on the repaired glove seems kind of thin.
    Is it a good idea the put something along the line of Baseball glove oil on it to
    length the life of the leather?

    Again...

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    I'm not ****ing around here...I have a couple of pair of gloves
    that have worn in the palms. I need repairs with in reason.

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    I was going to get them repaired, but I purchased a new pair for about $45.00. Can't beat that.

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    You send them to Peaches over at ModSquad they go nuts for him He does quality work. Just put them in the mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudfisher View Post
    Old world leather repair on ball next to the jager house behind the Pond.

    2517 E Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA, United States

    Google Maps

    Best place.. I know multiple people who swear by this place.
    Agree with this. Definitely a good spot, and the guy will straight up tell you if he can't fix them for some reason.

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