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Not necessary at all. Some boots never see any polish only conditioner.
Either way will work
Checked-in luggage and/or items bought after inbound flight and discarded before return flight.
Darby boot circa 2010 ?Edit, apparently not a womens boot.
http://www.rmwilliams.com.au/international/contactus.html
Go to shoe store.Ask for Brannock device.Measure feet.Both of them.
"Made at Filson" covers a multitude of sins, but convenient if outsourcing beyond Seattle.Extra amount of white space ? KInda depemds.
Eagan Outlet Store - http://www.filson.com/dealer-locator/stores/eagan-factory-outlet-store/
A decent cobbler should be able to get the half sole off.Have a look at this - http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.php?p=4146554&postcount=358
Beaten to shit from a year or two of casual urban use, unlikely in my book. If you baby it, keeping it off the ground and away from dirty objects it should survive relatively unscathed, however the reality is that after a while it will get distressed, discoloured and perhaps even dirty. Liberal applications of a stain repellent and waterproofer (e.g. 3M Scotchguard) may help keep the colours, more so then wax that may serve to attract and keep dirt.
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