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The seam is coming apart around the foot opening and i need new soles

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These things happen after about 5 years of use. Since Dansko moved production out of Europe, there have been quality issues showing up more frequently. If you need new soles, it could be that they split. If they have split, there is nothing that can be done that will permanently fix them. If the tread has worn off, that can be replacd at a shoe repair shop.

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