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I recently bought a dark brown suede loafer online, and it appears that the color of the shoe is a bit darker than I hope it'd be.
For ordinary calf shoes, you could use cream of darker shade to make it darker. But what can you do for suede shoes? Also, is it possible to make the color...
I have a pair of suede boot that i like and what to give the more rugged oiled suede look like some items i have seen. I have a few questions.
1. can i myself oil down the suede?
2. will it darken the boots and make them water proof?
3. are there any bad reifications for doing so?
I recently sprayed my suede shoes with some protector and noticed that the nap had sort of flattened. I noticed it felt a bit harder and rougher than before.
Therefore I tried brushing it with a wire suede brush, but I noticed that the nap was actually being removed and so I...
So I have a pair of N.D.C. suede shoes that have gotten some wear, I dig the worn roughed up look, and I know some of the casual type suede shoes come advertised as 'washed suede' I am assuming this process is done before the soles are attached...
Anyway, I was thinking about throwing these in...
I have a pair of dark brown suede shoes that are getting pretty light toward the toe area. What's the best way to go about restoring / darkening them back to the original color (same as the rest of the shoe)? They are worn enough that my simple brushing doesn't work. Is there an alternative?
i got caught in the rain in a pair of snuff suede alden chukkas a couple weeks back in nyc (live in san francisco and forgot how unpredictable east coast weather can be). they looked/felt a little worse for wear after drying out, so i tried brushing them with a nylon-bristle suede brush bought...
I have a newfound love for suede shoes. I have really started enjoying them this winter. They are the perfect complement for flannel or tweed trousers, and I think they will make a great summer shoe as well.
I thought I'd start a thread for suede appreciation Please post your pics (or pics of...
I always hear that you can't wear suede shoes in the rain. Or someone says "well, you can wear them once "
What is it that makes leather work boots different than suede dress shoes? Is the leather treated with stronger water repellants?