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Shoe shine Sunday.





Chelsea, Laughton, Malvern.

Good job, what color are you using on your Malverns?
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Good job, what color are you using on your Malverns?


This time I used Saphir neutral all over and then some Saphir black on the toe.

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My small Doak family after Sunday in-house spa.

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This time I used Saphir neutral all over and then some Saphir black on the toe.

Thank you, I'm trying to figure out what if anything to use besides neutral.
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I went a little too heavy on the black polish but I actually like how they turned out
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Thank you, I'm trying to figure out what if anything to use besides neutral.


Me too. If you figure it out or try something that works better than neutral, please let me know.

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I went a little too heavy on the black polish but I actually like how they turned out

 

Is that Chameleon, also?

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Nice shines gents.

@andy57 Those chameleon malverns are fantastic!
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Is that Chameleon, also?

actually its grey cloud, so i wanted to darken them slightly
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I went a little too heavy on the black polish but I actually like how they turned out

I find they turned out just great!  I like the effect that using a darker shade of polish on the toes produces. 

I sometimes do the same with my dark oak shoes:  I use dark brown saphir polish for the finish shine on the toes.

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actually its grey cloud, so i wanted to darken them slightly


Ah. That looks like an interesting color. Those wholecuts look really good

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Ah. That looks like an interesting color. Those wholecuts look really good

Yea I wasn't sure on the color when I first got them but I love them with navy and it's different with lighter grey or charcoal. Now that they are darker it'll be even more interesting to see pairings

Even more exciting is that Charlie from Equus found a mid to dark grey textured belt that he's gonna make for me and one other member. Can't wait for it!
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Me too. If you figure it out or try something that works better than neutral, please let me know.

Will do.

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Shoe shine Sunday.

 

 

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Chelsea, Laughton, Malvern.

 

 

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My small Doak family after Sunday in-house spa.
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I went a little too heavy on the black polish but I actually like how they turned out

Cannot get much nicer than that!

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I know you don't want to hear this...because in today's society of instant gratification no one likes this answer. But I would strongly advise you to find any means necessary to try on boots/shoes in the last that you intend on purchasing. Like you, I did as much internet research as I could; reached out to tenured members of the community for advice, compared pictures, sizing, measurements...all of that isn't worth it's weight in feces compared to physical first hand experience trying them on. I spent thousands trying to 'guess' my size and only recovered a fraction of that investment. In hindsight, patience is a virtue....they're just shoes...good deals will always come again, no need to rush this.

That said, look for stockiest's that offer PayPal checkout. You can activate the free return shipping program and they'll reimburse you the cost to send a return back. Good luck!

PS: I'm not Jewish but I have a troubling time with your chosen handle...Did you have to include the word 'Nazi' in there?
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