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http://www.styleforum.net/t/2082/edward-green-stowe-does-anyone-have-a-pic/0_30#post_16065 AHarris' guide to Antiquing. The sticky must have fallen off, it was in the Best Posts thread that has disappeared...
A link would be great Dicko, $10 shipped is a good price.I initially tried the Waproo Chestnut cream for my Craftsmans, but I wasn't getting the shine I wanted so I've switched to Kiwi Dark Tan and I'm getting good results.R.M's are pretty popular in Brisbane among business types, not so much with uni students though.
I usually grip the base of the heel and pull them off while I'm sitting down. I'm positive you aren't damaging the uppers, leather is pretty tough yo.
The wax's protective property is that it gets scuffed instead of the leather, it's simply a layer over the top.
The gorge height isn't my cup of tea but it looks good. Make sure to update us once it's finished
R.M Williams are famous for their wholecut Chelsea boot, and Baxter Boots offer wholecuts aswell. I'm not sure about makers in America and ENgland, but those are two well known Australian brands.
I played second row for my high school rugby team, and I miss being able to get stuck into a ruck and shove my shoulder in some poor kid's face. Unrestrained aggression is pretty fun, I find that Martial Arts is a little more restrained as the violence is more technical than getting a good sprint and really smashing someone who just copped a hospital pass.
They'll only need a good conditioning every couple of months or however long until the leather starts to dry. If you want to get a good shine on them, try polishing with the dubbin, and if that doesn't work grab a tin of Kiwi. I should have bought seconds in the first place, I've worn mine everywhere so they're a little beaten up. I'll end up getting a black pair with a screwed sole, maybe the Macquarie for a sleeker look though. Mine were a little stiff initially too, but...
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