Slightly different but here are my AE cappuccino cordovan Bayfield boots with mini-lug sole.
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wear only in good health
I figure someone here would know: can I use the Tarrago suede protector from Leffot on some shearling mittens I just bought for my wife? If not, any other weatherproofing that will not radically alter their appearance?
And I thought you were deliberately going for "moisteyness" for fun and inadvertently hit "send" too soon.
A state agency that controls toll roads in my area recently ran a series of radio commercials that promoted one of its toll roads for its "quickiness." These commercials dripped with irony (that for some may have, at times, turned to annoyance) because one (at least this one) only heard these commercials while creeping along in 15-mile-per-hour traffic jams on that, and other toll and non-toll "expressways." Nothing like living the lie as you listen -- repeatedly given the circumstances -- to how the road gives you quickiness. But your typo -- or your device's typo -- immediately brought the those ads to mind.
Back to shoes.
Ι agree! older shell Florsheim Imperials are still nice , probably better than Aldens,the leather is still wet...