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Because I would rather crawl naked through a field of rusted shrapnel than get a single drop of water on my suede Chelsea's.

Get any strange looks?
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Because I would rather crawl naked through a field of rusted shrapnel than get a single drop of water on my suede Chelsea's.


Why not use a suede protector such as Saphir Super Invulner for the peace of mind? It won't discolour the suede but I mean if you can patent it or get UPS to pay you a royalty for the advertisement that's a different matter then ;)

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Because I would rather crawl naked through a field of rusted shrapnel than get a single drop of water on my suede Chelsea's.



Personally, I would not have chosen white. Would have preferred charcoal or navy to pair better with the trousers. 
Seems like the Fit is spot on though.

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I have beat the hell out of my suede Shanklins (after Saphire spray from LF) and they looks amazing. Maybe I'll try this method for my suede Dovers that are being ordered ATM.
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I have beat the hell out of my suede Shanklins (after Saphire spray from LF) and they looks amazing. Maybe I'll try this method for my suede Dovers that are being ordered ATM.

say what!?  

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@Steel28 you can't just drop that on us and not tell us what color suede. Need the deets man!
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@Steel28 you can't just drop that on us and not tell us what color suede. Need the deets man!

Tobacco suede on 202 similar to these wink.gif

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Very nice.
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On the subject of suede...

...today's shoes are purple suede brogues (Malverns perhaps?) on the 202 last from the EG/Kurt Geiger range from a few years back.




Edited by Nickd - 6/3/16 at 12:09am
post #27115 of 28891
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Because I would rather crawl naked through a field of rusted shrapnel than get a single drop of water on my suede Chelsea's.



LOL, I do not understand why buy suede shoes when you have to do this to them?

I have a pair of suede shoes which are nearly 15years old which have been through rain and puddles of water but still look very good.

I say just wear them and enjoy, when they are wet just put your shoe trees in them and let them dry naturally after that give them a light brush and you are all set!
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Sharing my reduced split toe collection.
Was advised to drop the black and chestnut Utah- reluctantly did.

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Sharing my reduced split toe collection.
Was advised to drop the black and chestnut Utah- reluctantly did.

Nice split toe collection! Though you could add a black and chestnut Utah.
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Tobacco suede on 202 similar to these wink.gif


nice shoe , nice pic thank you very much :)

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Because I would rather crawl naked through a field of rusted shrapnel than get a single drop of water on my suede Chelsea's.

With all that hardware in your left hand I thought you were handcuffed to that briefcase!

I agree with others...I used Nano on my suede Shanklins and they are basically my go to shoe for wet days.
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