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Looks awesome, mirror em'

 

thanks for the nice words Patrick and crat

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Thats what you get for wearing bad weather shoes in the sun laugh.gif

hahaha always you get what you deserve when  you do things the opposite way :happy:

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Should you use shoe trees in suede shoes?

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Yes. All shoes.
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Thanks, Patrick.

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I have just ordered 'Handmade Shoes for Men' by Laslo Vass and Magda Monar for £9 on Amazon. It looks good, if a bit of the sort of thing that some people would put on a coffee table. 

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I own it. Amazing book. I got it from Greg (No Man Walks Alone).
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is there anywhere to buy saphir products besides the hanger project? $15 ground shipping for 3 jars of reno/cream/wax seems excessive...or i'm cheap.

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is there anywhere to buy saphir products besides the hanger project? $15 ground shipping for 3 jars of reno/cream/wax seems excessive...or i'm cheap.

Kent Wang carries it. Shipping was $10 when I bought it.
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Should you use shoe trees in suede shoes?

Yes, but with suede loafers you don't want the trees to fit too snug. To prevent stretching my suede loafers, the trees are at least 1/2 size smaller than the shoes.
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is there anywhere to buy saphir products besides the hanger project? $15 ground shipping for 3 jars of reno/cream/wax seems excessive...or i'm cheap.

 

I've ordered from maxtonmen before. cant recall if they do any free shipping deals though

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Originally Posted by dohare View Post
 

is there anywhere to buy saphir products besides the hanger project? $15 ground shipping for 3 jars of reno/cream/wax seems excessive...or i'm cheap.

 

You're not cheap, it's hard to buy product that costs about $20 each and then pay $15 for shipping.  I bought my Reno and other Saphir products from Wingtip.  They have free shipping for orders over $50.

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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post
 

 

You're not cheap, it's hard to buy product that costs about $20 each and then pay $15 for shipping.  I bought my Reno and other Saphir products from Wingtip.  They have free shipping for orders over $50.

 

Just another comment, though.  After reading about GlenKaren shoe care products, I decided to give them a try. I haven't actually used them yet but going by all the comments, I'll probably only use the Reno on my less favorite boots now.

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Originally Posted by Munky View Post
 

I have just ordered 'Handmade Shoes for Men' by Laslo Vass and Magda Monar for £9 on Amazon. It looks good, if a bit of the sort of thing that some people would put on a coffee table. 

 

Terrific book.  I've read it cover-to-cover more than once.  Lots of eye candy. too.

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never went to maxtonmen before...thank you for the tip - this site is awesome.

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is there anywhere to buy saphir products besides the hanger project? $15 ground shipping for 3 jars of reno/cream/wax seems excessive...or i'm cheap.

Epaulet carries Saphir and has free shipping on US orders over $50

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