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Beautiful hand-made "Bergamin" Brogues
Worn only a few times. I love these but have to face the fact that they're slightly too big for me.
Stored with shoe trees (included in sale) and cared for with Saphir creams/polishes.
Full-grain leather, Vibram rubber sole, blake stitching.
Three month old Allen Edmonds Surrey chukka boots which I have worn in wet weather. The sole edges do show wear but the uppers are in excellent condition. The boots were recently cleaned and conditioned with Saphir Omni'Nettoyant and Renovateur conditioning spray - both of which are included...
Greetings from Singapore! It is very exciting for us at Yeossal (www.yeossal.com) to introduce ourselves to the SF Community as an Official Affiliate Vendor.
I'm going to start this thread by sharing a little background of our store and our passion for menswear.
Kirby Allison, founder of the Hanger Project, shows you how to remove scratches from your leather bag in 4 simple steps. If you have a bag that is looking rough, don’t worry it’ll look new in no time!
Apply Saphir Juvacuir to damaged areas
Apply Saphir Canadian to damaged surface on a...
I have been a member of SF for a number of years now. My one particular interest is vintage shoes. Thanks to @davidVC and @smfdoc for leading the vintage shoe thread.
For the thread's 2nd anniversary, I am proposing a shoe revival challenge. So pull out your brushes, cloths, conditioners, and...
1 jar of Saphir Medaille d'Or fawn/whiskey (No. 19) shoe cream polish, each in 75 ml size. Bottles have been sampled but are 99.5% full as can be seen in the images.
The Saphir Médaille d'Or Cordovan Cream Shoe Polish is an all-natural cream polish based on beeswax and carnauba with six other...
I just got myself a brand new lamb skin riders jacket I'd set my eyes on for a while. One of the first things I wanted to do was condition the jacket with Creme Delicat from Saphir, so I put a small amount of the cream on a clean cloth and gently rubbed it onto an inconspicuous part on the...
Gaziano Girling Kensington Oxford Shoes
DG70 Smart Round Last
Comes with dust bags, extra, laces, and polishing cloth. Box is slightly damaged as shown.
MTO priced at over $1,400.00 US not including shipping costs.
Size 11 E UK which is approximately a 11.5 US...
Would this be the best product for waxed shoes please? And any other observations from your experience?
Also, some reviews mention light use to rehydrate etc. Would there be any advantages to this over regular use of Reno...
I have a monthly calf shoe routine of a brush, then Reno, usually followed by a coloured wax cream, then at times some polish.
Do you think the Saphir spray would be a good idea also? And if so, what are your experiences with it please...
It is very exciting for us at Svenska Skoaktiebolaget www.skoaktiebolaget.com to finally be an Official Affiliate Sponsor and I’m going to kick off this thread by giving those of you who do not know of us a little background about our store and our vision.
Skoaktiebolaget is a...
So I use Kiwi wax polish to polish my plain toe double monks. After a few wearings, the wax I guess dried up and it cracked and flaked and is coming off and it really doesnt look good. I decided to strip the old polish off using saddle soap and after reapplied a few thin coats of kiwi. After 1...
I got a deal on a pair of church´s tassel loafers. When they arrived they looked really shiny and my shoemaker confirmed what I feared. A thin layer of "high shine coat" was a part of the deal.
I prefer a man made shine. Is it possible to remove it from the shoe without ruining it?
In this thread we talk about shoe care, post our favorite products, before and after photos of our shoes, etc. There seem to be a few opinions on whether to use wax, paste, polish, cream? On what kinds of shoes? How often? Which products? What to avoid? Etc. Perhaps we can all contribute words...
Does anyone have any thoughts on how Saphir Renovateur is Mink-oil based? A simple search will yield many posts touting the quality of Renovateur, but at the same time, you have, probably just as many people bad-mouthing mink oil. So what's the deal? Is Renovateur good for high-end...