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post #6931 of 7401
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Originally Posted by Munky View Post

You can buy Sapir Edge Dressing Cream from A Fine Pair of Shoes.  It works very well on scuffed sole edges. However, it doesn't produce a shine.
I have a feeling, though, that this isn't what you are after...  Munky

That's a cream, for the uppers that is, not the sole, of course it will taint the sole edge but it's not a sealed wax.

Go Fiebing's if your cobbler can't help you with some other brand/product and you need to order online or not keen on taking m0m0ne's offer.
post #6932 of 7401
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Originally Posted by MSAINT View Post


That's a cream, for the uppers that is, not the sole, of course it will taint the sole edge but it's not a sealed wax.

Go Fiebing's if your cobbler can't help you with some other brand/product and you need to order online or not keen on taking m0m0ne's offer.

 

No, the cream that I referred to is an 'edge dressing', as its name suggests. It is not something you would use on your uppers, unless you want to cover up serious problems.. To quote a Fine Pair of Shoes: ' Perfect for edge dressing soles of leather footwear.'

post #6933 of 7401
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Originally Posted by momone View Post
 

@EnglishShoes, I could send some to you, but I'm afraid it won't be a bargain considering the shipping costs from France...

 

Hmmm, I only have one pair with a natural welt so I don't want to spend too much on a clear/neutral wax dressing.

 

Do you think the clear Feibings Edge Kote would give the same effect?

post #6934 of 7401
Allan in cordovan.
post #6935 of 7401
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Originally Posted by Munky View Post

No, the cream that I referred to is an 'edge dressing', as its name suggests. It is not something you would use on your uppers, unless you want to cover up serious problems.. To quote a Fine Pair of Shoes: ' Perfect for edge dressing soles of leather footwear.'

It ain't what it says on the tube in the picture though, it's cream for recoloring leathers.
post #6936 of 7401
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Originally Posted by EnglishShoes View Post

Do you think the clear Feibings Edge Kote would give the same effect?

There are some videos on Youtube that make me think so, yes.
post #6937 of 7401
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Allan in cordovan.]

Indeed!
Love the Teac!

post #6938 of 7401

Niiiiiice!!!! :bounce2:

post #6939 of 7401

What beautiful boots, MSAINT!  I would love a pair of those!

post #6940 of 7401
Today: Brick & Blue (END's Stow)

Too bad END did not have the brick sole at the time...
post #6941 of 7401

I can't get enough of these END Toecaps

 

 

I still haven't worn the chocolate brown stows that I bought at the same time.  I think I'm going off brogues in general as all my favorite shoes/boots are fairly plain toe caps.

post #6942 of 7401
Brick and Acorn in rainy Paris.

post #6943 of 7401
Tricker's Allan for Merchants and missionaries (The Bureau Belfast)

post #6944 of 7401
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Originally Posted by MSAINT View Post

Tricker's Allan for Merchants and missionaries (The Bureau Belfast)




Nice pics the last few days! Thanks for sharing
post #6945 of 7401
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Originally Posted by DuckOB View Post

Nice pics the last few days! Thanks for sharing
Thanks!
Well there's more where it came from such as today's Tricker's Stow:

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