Looks like a natural CXL or a waxy leather?
I'd first give them a good clean with renomat to strip off the inground dirt that has set in the cuts/abrasions. You're now dealing with a clean surface, and it may even look better.
Then apply polish in thin coats, in a shade a little lighter than the shoe colour. It will take patience and many coats.
Just my thoughts, I'm sure other more experienced shoe-men will have much better suggestions!
Bought these recently but I can't make them fit. My loss is TOTALLY your gain. These are the shoes:
They re marked UK10.5E, which i thought would equal a US11D. They fit like a US11.5D and maybe even a 12. They have probably been worn twice, I can see only very, very, VERY minor wear.
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Nooooo!The Lobb William II 10.5E UK are too long for me, I just can't make them work, even with insoles and tongue pads. Gutted, though Lobb have a new fanboy now.These will be up on the chopping block soon, keep an eye out in B&S.