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Continued: Minn. cobbler rethinks classic footwear

  • Article by: MORGAN MERCER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 1, 2013 - 4:28 PM

Morgan Mercer is a University of Minnesota student reporter on assignment for the Star Tribune.

 

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  • From his basement workshop in Waconia, former sneakerhead Tamas “Zen” Pomazi repurposes classic dress shoes and work boots with eye-popping colored soles. The cobbler’s little helper: Biggie Smalls.

  • From his basement workshop in Waconia, former sneakerhead Tamas “Zen” Pomazi repurposes classic dress shoes and work boots with eye-popping colored soles. The cobbler’s little helper: Biggie Smalls.

  • From his basement workshop in Waconia, former sneakerhead Tamas “Zen” Pomazi repurposes classic dress shoes and work boots with eye-popping colored soles. The cobbler’s little helper: Biggie Smalls.

  • Greenwich Vintage

    What: Cobbler Tamas “Zen” Pomazi refurbishes classic American-made shoes — wingtips, oxfords and work boots — with an array of colored rubber soles. He’ll also redesign the body of a dress shoe with colorful patterns.

    Cost: Averaging $225-$275, depending on the shoe. Info: www.greenwichvintage.us.

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