Originally Posted by Collectro
Thank you for the replys.
I guess it's another -1 for crepe.
I wasn't necessarily worried about their preformance yet, I just figured that at this rate of seperation the leather would be all but gone within a year.
I was however pretty worried about people seeing this, now I can wear them with no shame.
Another question, I've used the search function but can't seem to find anything.
How is the reverse chamois or similiar rough out leather usually cared for?
Any recommendations for specific oil or brush?
I haven't experienced this 'problem' on my crepes - maybe not enought wear yet, but I've worn a pair of boots w/crepe all winter and they're holding up fine.
Just use a stiff brush on the reverse chamois as needed - maybe a little spray if you like. Someone, maybe Steven at Leffot, said neatsfoot oil.