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zag73

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So I scuffed the wood part of the sole edge of my armagnac boots pretty bad yesterday. Does anyone have recommendations to help cover up the scuffs? It's a brown edge.
The below is what you want. I use it all the time. Great stuff.

 

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God these are so nice.
Thanks bud! Yeah I always appreciated them, but could never pull the trigger. But figured I’d give them a shot since they were a stock model and had nothing to lose. And goddam they’re incredible. For such a tall boot, taller than my balway, it doesn’t fee it at all. Very fluid heel counter into the shaft making an effortless fit.
 

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sineu unlined armagnac shell cordovan. I didn’t think it would be as comfortable from the first wear. The sineu last is very successful, it is good enough for my feet, I might have preferred a heel lining, because I don’t fill it and it wrinkles a little on the sides, but the comfort would have lost a little. The armagnac shell is really very beautiful, with a greenish shade. Nothing else to add, except the smell of the new shell is just intoxicating 🤪 I love.
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next to a bourbon shell
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@JoeRogan I am very interested to see how your Llubi U-tips turn out. I have been trying to identify which is the best Carmina last for U-tips to achieve a very casual look, and I think that Llubi might be it (although I am curious about the new "New York" last). I basically want something that is going to look like an Indy Boot but in Bourbon or Armagnac shell (without having to stay on an Alden rare shell waiting list until I can pay for the boots with my social security). I am selling the pair I have on Soller b/c they are just a little too formal (although partly my fault, as I should have gotten them with a Storm Welt). In any event, when you receive yours, please post pictures!
 

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