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I have beeswax bushacres and taupe suede originals. I'd say the rubber sole of the bushacre is definitely more durable. I picked them up because I'm expecting harsh weather the next couple months. But, the taupe is much more comfortable out of the box. My beeswax's have seemed to break in finally so they're both alright now. I don't think the crepe is bad though, I plan to still wear the taupe's since I got a good deal on them.
I don't recommend you wear clarks in winter sir. Prepare to fall on your butt
I've already been advised haha. Thanks for the warning though. It was about 15 degrees today and my toes were a bit cold, but I didn't wear warm socks. Not expecting much ice, the snow won't be bad and I'll be inside most of the time. I don't think I can resist wearing clarks, but we'll see just how bad the weather gets
I have tried shoe cream before and it works. But if it is a deep scuff, then there is really nothing you can do. You can also darken whole shoe using sno-seal so that the scuff won't be as glaring as before.
works for me on oakwood http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF644_1_40000000001_-1
grrr. this was supposed to be a reply on how to "waterproof" the suede db.