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Antonio can you pm me the cost of making one
thanks
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I wonder do you do Oxford style in this?
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uncle, you wore them! and they look great. very nice
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damn we should start a new thread titled socks porn.
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^There are already many fetish sites for sweaty, dirty men's socks. What has been seen cannot be unseen. Kids, don't google around with random words.
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uncle, you wore them! and they look great. very nice

So much want. Sorry, what is a brown wt?

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So much want. Sorry, what is a brown wt?

 

Brown wt = Brown wingtip

 

In this case it's the RL Marlow by C&J.

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Will these be slippery?

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nice shoes.

don't know why they'd be any more slippery than any other leather soled shoe.

you can go out on any rough sidewalk, put your foot down firmly, and twist a few times if they are.
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Hi guys. I was looking for a good thread to post this question, and hopefully you can help. I can two pairs of nice shoes (nice to me anyways), Grenson Stanley in Tan and Mark McNairy plain derbys in tan. I have got one shoecare base covered by purchasing shoe trees for both. My questions:
1. Is Kiwi Protect-All suitable for both of these? (I just want something that's affordable and will be a good all-weather protector)?
2. For the Grensons, do I need conditioner, or will Kiwi neutral polish work fine? (then apply the Protect-All afterwards)

I called different cobblers to see if Protect-All is alcohol based (I don't want the Grensons to dry out) and one told me that every all-weather protector will have alcohol in it (which I'm pretty sure is not true). Another I asked about the polish/conditioner issue. He seemed to know very little and said that polish and conditioner were basically the same, it's just "more care" to use both.


Sorry for the long question, but I just want to get this settled and go buy the proper shoe care! Thanks.

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Originally Posted by Hype1234 View Post

Hi guys. I was looking for a good thread to post this question, and hopefully you can help. I can two pairs of nice shoes (nice to me anyways), Grenson Stanley in Tan and Mark McNairy plain derbys in tan. I have got one shoecare base covered by purchasing shoe trees for both. My questions:

1. Is Kiwi Protect-All suitable for both of these? (I just want something that's affordable and will be a good all-weather protector)?

2. For the Grensons, do I need conditioner, or will Kiwi neutral polish work fine? (then apply the Protect-All afterwards)


I called different cobblers to see if Protect-All is alcohol based (I don't want the Grensons to dry out) and one told me that every all-weather protector will have alcohol in it (which I'm pretty sure is not true). Another I asked about the polish/conditioner issue. He seemed to know very little and said that polish and conditioner were basically the same, it's just "more care" to use both.


Sorry for the long question, but I just want to get this settled and go buy the proper shoe care! Thanks.

If you want something affordable and protecting, and don't mind a matte non-shiny finish on your shoes, I think it would be best just to use some dubbin.
Edited by SHS - 11/9/12 at 3:52pm
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nice shoes.
don't know why they'd be any more slippery than any other leather soled shoe.
you can go out on any rough sidewalk, put your foot down firmly, and twist a few times if they are.

Many thanks, was talking with this reference - I should have mentioned earlier
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nice shoes.
don't know why they'd be any more slippery than any other leather soled shoe.
you can go out on any rough sidewalk, put your foot down firmly, and twist a few times if they are.

 

Don't think you noticed or appreciated the leather heels!!!

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