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Seriously, what are these beautiful beautiful boots in this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ1k8...layer_embedded
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There really is nothing like a great shoeshine.
post #3 of 46
Those are gaziano + girling.
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Originally Posted by geoffmartin17 View Post
Those are gaziano + girling.

Good call, just found them here

only $1600!
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Yep - Thats the Canterbury - Heres mine in black shell :
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Deer bone? First time I've ever heard of that
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wish you could get a shine like that in new york.
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wish you could get a shine like that in new york.

The person that did the shine works for a company called A shine & co. They have shops in San Francisco, DC and as far as I know one stand at JFK in New York.

http://www.ashineandco.com/locations.htm#jetblue
post #9 of 46
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Originally Posted by JhwkMac View Post
The person that did the shine works for a company called A shine & co. They have shops in San Francisco, DC and as far as I know one stand at JFK in New York.

http://www.ashineandco.com/locations.htm#jetblue

That is right. They are in the Jet Blue terminal at JFK (may be opening another there as well), but that isn't exactly local to us city dwellers.
post #10 of 46
deer bone...interesting. I'm going to try it out.

http://store.dynend.com/deerpolishingbone.aspx
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The shiners that work a BNelson's are actually quite good. I had a couple of hours on a Saturday when I was last in New York and the lady there spent almost half an hour mirror shining my zug grain Trickers to perfection. I was shocked by how amazing the shine was on the impossible-to-shine country leather.
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The shiners that work a BNelson's are actually quite good. I had a couple of hours on a Saturday when I was last in New York and the lady there spent almost half an hour mirror shining my zug grain Trickers to perfection. I was shocked by how amazing the shine was on the impossible-to-shine country leather.

That's good to know. Maybe I will check them out.
post #13 of 46
You can sometimes fix small gouges/cracks in shell cordovan with a deer bone.
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They're right across the hall from On the Fly in Embarcadero Center, right?
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They're right across the hall from On the Fly in Embarcadero Center, right?

That's right.
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