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post #4591 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Giannis View Post

Never used that before so I dont know if the neutral or clear creme can cover any signs of wear as the coloured cream do.

It will restore a shine and cover slight scuffs, bit not to the same extent as a polish that contains a coloured dye close to the colour of the leather.
post #4592 of 4669
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Originally Posted by nullspace View Post
 

 

I'm a 9D Barrie, 9.5D/9E Brannock, and I take an 8.5UK fitting 5 for the 4444. I do have some extra volume in the shoe, but a thin insole mostly takes care of that problem for me. I tried on the 8UK for the 4444, and it was a bit too small for me. 

 

What's the return policy like for where you're buying from?


Thanks for your valueable advice.

 

I only have the chance to try on the 4497 last fitting 5. UK6 is too tight & UK7 is way too loose. Thus, I reckon UK6.5 would be the right size, which incidentally is my usual UK size. However, from info I gathered in this thread, most said that 4444 last was half size bigger than the 4497 last & should size down. Hence, the doubt creeps in. Plus, the pair is a sale item & probably has no return policy. 

post #4593 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Giannis View Post

What shoe cream is suitable for the c shade trickers? Something that can keep the colour as close to as it originaly is. I want to avoid them getting darker or redish. Any products frmo saphir? 

Been using Saphir in marron clair and that works for me
post #4594 of 4669
Went a bit overboard ordering from the Bureau.

Lollipop.


Golden Tan.


Red Cordovan.
post #4595 of 4669
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Went a bit overboard ordering from the Bureau.

Those all look great. I'm always a fan of the lollipop.
post #4596 of 4669

looks great, Zippy! I really like the GT WT boot. I would have snagged it as well but have something very similar 

post #4597 of 4669
Damn that red cordovan is incredible
post #4598 of 4669
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

looks great, Zippy! I really like the GT WT boot. I would have snagged it as well but have something very similar 

C'mon man, how do you let a pesky little detail like "have something very similar" stop you? How do you expect to fill your spare bedroom with shoes?
post #4599 of 4669
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

looks great, Zippy! I really like the GT WT boot. I would have snagged it as well but have something very similar 

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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

C'mon man, how do you let a pesky little detail like "have something very similar" stop you? How do you expect to fill your spare bedroom with shoes?

He has a point, Ryden.
post #4600 of 4669
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

C'mon man, how do you let a pesky little detail like "have something very similar" stop you? How do you expect to fill your spare bedroom with shoes?

Very true...counter point


post #4601 of 4669
Okay, those are very similar (and very cool looking).
I think you could still justify the golden tan if you try.
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How often would you guys use the saphir
Creme on these? I have the bordeaux just didnt want to go overboard
post #4603 of 4669
If you scuff them, feel they need a polish or they look a bit dry and shabby. There is no strict rule as to how frequently you should polish footwear and it will also depend on what sort of a finish you want on your boots.

Some folks will polish after every wear, some every couple of weeks, some every couple of months, some will never polish only condition. You just have to find the regimen that works for you.
Edited by milw50717 - 6/26/14 at 2:50pm
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Thanks, Richard from shoe healer sent me a kit which included the renovateur and the mink oil just wasn't sure the exact regiment. I perused around the interweb for an idea but everyone seems to have a different opinion from one extreme to another.

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Originally Posted by inn8chiro View Post

Thanks, Richard from shoe healer sent me a kit which included the renovateur and the mink oil just wasn't sure the exact regiment. I perused around the interweb for an idea but everyone seems to have a different opinion from one extreme to another.

Renovateur and mink oil ?

Mink oil is considered to be a conditioner. Saphir renovateur is mink oil based and is a cleaner and conditioner. So, go easy with the separate mink oil if you use the renovateur.

You would typically clean, condition and then polish your boots. Use a cloth/brush to get off all dirt and dust, then use the renovateur and finally the bordeaux polish. If the leather doesn't look dry then you can skip the renavateur.
Edited by milw50717 - 6/26/14 at 3:16pm
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