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post #6331 of 6828
@ tooawesome idont totally remember sizes but i think i got the last beeswax. there were the sand and taupe suedes ones in various sizes
post #6332 of 6828
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Originally Posted by K2793 View Post

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
post #6333 of 6828
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post


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

post #6334 of 6828

hey guys.  first time posting here.  trying to search to keep from posting a redundant question but no luck.

 

How do the DB size compare with the Wallabee?  I own a pair of Wallabees in beeswax.  Will i be safe ordering the same size in DB beeswax?  How about a suede version?

 

 

Thank you

post #6335 of 6828

hi, I want to get a pair of beeswax leather DBs, but they don't sell them in country.

 

I wear a vans us. I've read on the forums that downsizing is recommended, but I do have wide feet. 

 

should I go a full size or half size down?

 

cheers!

post #6336 of 6828
My clarks are one size down from my vans fwiw
post #6337 of 6828

I went a full size down from a 10 to a 9

post #6338 of 6828
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6 months


Those look terrific. What is the name of the color?

post #6339 of 6828
Any suggestions on cleaning products for the Beeswax? I have a pretty bad scuff that won't go away with just water. Thanks!
post #6340 of 6828

Anyone know where I can get the desert boot los in sand or oakwood suede in size 9?  Thanks in advance! :)

post #6341 of 6828
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Originally Posted by anakin View Post


Those look terrific. What is the name of the color?
looks like the taupe suede
post #6342 of 6828
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

Any suggestions on cleaning products for the Beeswax? I have a pretty bad scuff that won't go away with just water. Thanks!

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.  

post #6343 of 6828

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.

post #6344 of 6828

Just copped a pair of the Red Oaks. They are so dope.

so far i have the Red Oaks, Beeswax, and Sand Suedes. BW are probably my least favorite out of these. 

post #6345 of 6828
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

Any suggestions on cleaning products for the Beeswax? I have a pretty bad scuff that won't go away with just water. Thanks!


Filson's boot oil. Are you people seriously using sno-seal and water to condition your leather? shog[1].gif

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