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Maybe a silly question but do things rust when they are wet? Always assumed they rust when dry after being wet? What do I know apart from my saude Galways are going strong 3 years on and I have stopped loving them in terms of spray protector but should do that task as the English weather is cold and very wet at the moment in London, the Chelsea boots are also doing well. Get some history on your feet. Cheers.
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I always find a chrome tanned suede to be far more durable than people think. It's the vegetable tanned suede that seems delicate, and of course the Tarrago nano or Saphir is a life saver. Most EG suede is chrome or analine tanned. But at least you could send them straight back to EG if you had a problem, you have the packing materials!
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Burnt pine Dukes for the summer, if it ever arrives!
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Get any strange looks?

 

There's no one left in the office at that hour.

 

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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 ;)

 

They're coated in nano. I use the nano spray to prevent against small droplets like urinal back-spatter or hands dripping after a fresh scrub...Since it was down-pouring outside the nano would have been as effective as an oven mit in hell.

 

I see a lot of people with Rolex Submariner's...How many do you think wear them on 300m saltwater dives?

 

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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.

 

Nothing like a pop of color!

 

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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!

 

I don't understand why people have sex if they're going to wear condoms.

 

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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.

 

Some of the world's most coveted secrets reside in that attache...

 

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Maybe a silly question but do things rust when they are wet? Always assumed they rust when dry after being wet? What do I know apart from my saude Galways are going strong 3 years on and I have stopped loving them in terms of spray protector but should do that task as the English weather is cold and very wet at the moment in London, the Chelsea boots are also doing well. Get some history on your feet. Cheers.

 

Oxidation. I'm glad I could help.


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I see a lot of people with Rolex Submariner's...How many do you think wear them on 2000m saltwater dives?

I would say no one since the Sub is only good to 300m....

But in all seriousness, I dive with my Sub. I know I'm a rare breed, though.
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I don't understand why people have sex if they're going to wear condoms.

This guy gets it.
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I don't understand why people have sex if they're going to wear condoms.

 

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This guy gets it.

 

My understanding has always been that the invention of the shoe was to protect one's feet. It seems a little counter productive to invent something for the sole purpose of protecting said invention at any cost...

You could say that shoes and condoms serve similar purposes, however would you also wrap your condoms with a protective bag to "keep the condom safe and protected"...?

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Condoms do not get much love here.:smarmy:

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You could say that shoes and condoms serve similar purposes, however would you also wrap your condoms with a protective bag to "keep the condom safe and protected"...?

Depends on the woman.
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I would say no one since the Sub is only good to 300m....

But in all seriousness, I dive with my Sub. I know I'm a rare breed, though.

I enjoy my Rolex as much as the next guy...but as there are much more useful dive watches...what advantage do you find in diving with your Sub?
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I enjoy my Rolex as much as the next guy...but as there are much more useful dive watches...what advantage do you find in diving with your Sub?
No advantage at all. I own it so I use it. I didn't buy it strictly as a dive tool.
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No advantage at all. I own it so I use it. I didn't buy it strictly as a dive tool.

Fair enough....

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Depends on the woman.

For the win!
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I don't understand why people have sex if they're going to wear condoms.






I would have expected an bit more of an intelligent comparison but anyway who am I to judge!
Anyway enjoy your shoes.
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