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Anyone

This shoe cream is perfect for treating leather but keeping the color http://www.shinola.com/shop/neutral-shoe-cream.html

and check out this brand if you haven't heard of it http://bickmore.com/

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You can use wax, but there is better stuff out there. Shinola has great stuff made for high quality leather, Sno-Seal is absolutely amazing for water-proofing, and Bickmore products (particularly bick 4) are great. I personally use all 3 on mine. Id shy away from a lot of Red Wing's boot oil stuff because if you look at some products it is says on the bottle "not recommended for suede or fine leathers." Which is dumb bc that's what I own.

 

Nice! Thing is... I don't know where to found those around here. 

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Nice! Thing is... I don't know where to found those around here. 

This shoe cream is perfect for treating leather but keeping the color http://www.shinola.com/shop/neutral-shoe-cream.html

and check out this brand if you haven't heard of it http://bickmore.com/

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=sno-seal+beeswax&tag=googhydr-20&index=aps&hvadid=33030781688&hvpos=1t1&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=18427837281341961842&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&hvdev=c&ref=pd_sl_6ha654431j_b

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The Beckmans look amazing.

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I doubt that guy cares if you asked about color options or not, so dont be rude.

That wasn't meant to be rude, but a clarification.
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I have Beckman's and 2 IR's with the nitrile cork that the Blacksmiths have.
The Beckman's commando sole would work better maybe in 'gravel or wet rocks,'  the difference aint much bc the lug of the sole isn't substantial enough.
If youre walkin in that often, the only heritage line boots I would suggest are the 877s which I own and can vouch for in such conditions. Or go buy hiking boots.

Thank you, this is the kind of answer I had been looking for. It's finally something to work with, as most other answers you can find on the web only deal with traction in snow and ice.
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