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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
Any word on the boot sale that was supposed to start today? Models available and prices?
Bump because I'd like to know as well.
AND THE FIRST LOOK AT THE NEW ALLEN EDMOND NEUMORA.....
Once they become available online, they will be available through my AE sales thread in my signature (discounted of course) . PM me for pre-orders
Quick question: Can this Leather Lotion (No Color) be used on all of these shoes? Basically I have whats pictured and 1 brush.
I believe so.
Those look a lot nicer than the old mora.
I don't see a difference . Toe shape?
The lotion says for lighter colored shoes. But do they actually make a different lotion for dark shoes or would this work? I would hate to discolor any of them...
I like how they just named it the Neumora (New Mora)
Correct Its actually pretty sneaky yet elegant at the same time
+1 That's fantastic to hear.
Quite an improvement. Any idea on pricing?
The conditioner can be used on all three, but you should have separate brushes since those shades are very different. My brushes have all picked up the color of the shoe (some to more extent than others) but I certainly wouldn't want black rubbing off on walnut.
What last is the neumora on?
The center shoe looks like the "Elgin" from the Rough collection. AE's stance on the rough collection is that the shoes are only supposed to be treated with saddle soap. Here's the blurb from the product page:
"The Elgin and other shoes from the rough collection should be cared for with Allen Edmonds Saddle Soap and a soft flannel cloth. Given the nature and styling of the leather, we do not recommend traditional polishes or shines..."
Well thats confusing. The guy at the Local AE store gave me the lotion specifically for the Elgins...
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