The Man: Might be too much polish. You think they are ruined? What would your advice be at this point?
Bought them at pediwear, great shop.
countbaron: You are forgetting about the very rude frenchman who went to London and returned...
Ruben, the shoes are indeed dry!
Would Renovateur solve the problem?
You got a point, Johnny Crockett!
Very similar problems have been discussed a couple of years ago in the thread "C&J Handgrade Leather Quality":...
Originally Posted by Will
As other posters have said use less polish. But also use the money you save for some Renovateur and apply after every wearing to condition the leather.
Thanks Will and...
HY is great! Im sure all the Styleforum members are curious about whats comming up next!
When will the new accessories be up and what will there be?
Belts? Shoe Horns?
I really like some of the ties but i find any tie width under...
Originally Posted by Cary Grant
^Yes- they don't look dry- just like the wax creasing. I find you need about 1/5th as much Saphir as you think you do.
Sounds like I will be spendig less money...
Originally Posted by faketrain
looks like you may be applying too much wax in the stress areas and that wax may be caking/flaking because of it.
Thanks! You might be right.
Since the vamp is very...
I know others on this forum have had problems with dry leather on the CJ handgrades. I bought a pair of Cliffords two months ago and wear them about once a week. I polish them with Saphir Medaille D'Or cream and wax.
The shoes look...