By next fall, I will have had my RW GTs for 2 years. Aside from that one time I applied wax to cover some scuffs, I've only used Sno Seal on them.
chromexcel? - Page 3
Use this stuff:
Once every 6 months, no more, no less.
And brush your shoes after each wear.
personally I'm a sucker for oxblood color
I bought a pair of Wolverine 1K made with #8 color chromexcel at the same time I bought a pair of black Iron Rangers.
I've worn them to work the same number of days, roughly. The wolverines look pretty beat up, they show a lot of scuffs.
The iron rangers don't look like they've taken any punishment at all.
the LOOK of the chromexcel doesn't concern me, the scratches seem like they will buff out, and I don't intend on trying to keep them looking like they are new, but what concerns me is that I ride a motorcycle, and my last pair of boots lasted 5 years before a hole was worn on the top of the left boot from the motorcycle shifter.
I'm a little concerned that the chromexcel won't hold up to as many abrasion cycles as the leather on the red wings.
Can anyone either confirm this, or reassure me that chromexcel is as abrasion resistant as whatever leather red wing used on the iron rangers?