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Can we keep this to the MTO thread please, it's getting very tedious now.
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Got my first pair of Tricker's the other day:

 

 

 

Bowood in espresso / espresso grain, w. dainite soles

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Got my first pair of Tricker's the other day:

 

 

 

Bowood in espresso / espresso grain, w. dainite soles

Now, those are beautiful shoes! You should be able to fashionably wear them for many years; timeless. Cheers!

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Got my first pair of Tricker's the other day:
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Bowood in espresso / espresso grain, w. dainite soles

Cool.
I bought a pair like those last year off of ebay. It was a special make-up for Read's Footwear in the UK.
I think the shop owner was selling off his leftovers.
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Lorcan7 and zippyh, I love both of those. I like the broguing on the smooth leather with a pebbled vamp. Too often I've seen oddly reversed examples.
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I would just like to post about how great Richard at shoe healer is. He has been working with me tirelessly to find the right size for my boots and with some problems i had with the credit card companies. I would say that if you want a pair of shoes and great customer service to go along with that contact Shoe Healer

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The service from Richard and Michelle is always exemplary - not my nearest stockist, but I'm more than happy to travel in order to deal with them. 

 

What boots did you get?

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I was apart of the Eaton in Iris Cordovan MTO

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I was recently lucky enough to buy these Richard longwings at the bargain price of 173 pounds from a UK on-line retailer. The uppers are Wheat Cavalier. This is a waxy leather that I have not seen before. Does anyone have any tips for cleaning and maintaining cavalier leather?

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I was recently lucky enough to buy these Richard longwings at the bargain price of 173 pounds from a UK on-line retailer. The uppers are Wheat Cavalier. This is a waxy leather that I have not seen before. Does anyone have any tips for cleaning and maintaining cavalier leather?

I just use conditioner on my cavalier and chromexcel.
I use Saphir Renovetour.
I wouldn't use any paste wax on it. Just cream if it ever needs color.

Nice looking lwbs.
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Cool.
I bought a pair like those last year off of ebay. It was a special make-up for Read's Footwear in the UK.
I think the shop owner was selling off his leftovers.

 

Interesting.  I got mine at Tricker's Jermyn Street store.  Wasn't sure if it was a standard make-up or something they just happened to have kicking around.

 

Went there to size myself up for a pair of Stows but found the 4497 last doesn't agree with my feet, then noticed those Bowoods.  You can see what happened next...

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Cool.

I bought a pair like those last year off of ebay. It was a special make-up for Read's Footwear in the UK.

I think the shop owner was selling off his leftovers.

Interesting.  I got mine at Tricker's Jermyn Street store.  Wasn't sure if it was a standard make-up or something they just happened to have kicking around.

Went there to size myself up for a pair of Stows but found the 4497 last doesn't agree with my feet, then noticed those Bowoods.  You can see what happened next...

End or some one like that had a similar make-up with the smooth/grain swapped. They may have been Stows now that I think about it.
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End or some one like that had a similar make-up with the smooth/grain swapped. They may have been Stows now that I think about it.

Herring does it on their Steeple boot.
http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=50&shoeid=4506

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Thanks Zip. Because of the slightly waxy texture on the cavalier it looked to me that wax polish would not be the best option

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Herring does it on their Steeple boot.
http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=50&shoeid=4506

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Man, I was really going to get an AS Hannover as my grain boots, but these ones have me considering them instead. Decisions, decisions....

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