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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by R-H View Post
Clothes (and accessories) are meant to be worn. I've exposed my leather shoes, jacket, briefcase, and portfolio to the weather and they are all fine.

I agree, however in past people have, for instance, scoffed at the suggestion that one might ever want topys, which IMHO is a perfectly reasonable idea in a rainforest. When I first moved here I actually had to deal with a mould problem in my shoes because it was so wet all the time.
post #17 of 20
High-end leather luggage used to come with fitted canvas covers.

Perhaps you could have one made up.
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
High-end leather luggage used to come with fitted canvas covers.

Perhaps you could have one made up.
Many nicer leather pieces still come with a cover, although what I've seen hasn't been either fitted or made of canvas.
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Wrenkin View Post
I agree, however in past people have, for instance, scoffed at the suggestion that one might ever want topys, which IMHO is a perfectly reasonable idea in a rainforest. When I first moved here I actually had to deal with a mould problem in my shoes because it was so wet all the time.

I agree with you on the Topys. I use them because I have no interest in resoling my leather shoes, ever.

I haven't had any problem with my non-ground touching leather goods and we live in the same city.
post #20 of 20

I use the purse rain cover by CloverSac to protect my handbag on a rainy day. It acts like a raincoat for your purses=.

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