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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
so fine, you can't even see the split toe
Reno takes color off my shell shoes. surprising.
what do you use instead of reno now?
For regular calf I use Venetian Shoe Cream, and for Cordovan I use Saphir Neutral Cordovan Cream which leaves the cordovan shoe a lot more moisturized.
I use Lexol, for what it's worth. I don't do shell though, so can only speak in terms of calf.
Been slowly sorting out my boots prior to a possible downsize and given the EGs a little loving today. Didn't think anyone would mind my leaving a few pics here...of all of them, the almond CC ones have proved to be the ones I've got most mileage out of, and the shearling ones have taken the most beating since I've had them. Surprised at how much the walnut CC has faded in parts; the boots really are ageing nicely...
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Mate, very good. Shame you're feet are too big! EDIT: Bigger than mine!
Bigger than UK 12.5???
When we've sorted a day for our sally into Northampton, fancy booking in a slot to pop into the EG factory shop as well as C&J?
You're on. She doesn't like it late on a Friday though (!)
I'm sure your linguistic abilities will convince her of the error of her ways...
How ironic, the Duchess just called me a cunning linguist!
Normally when I've had a bad experience with a retailer, I tend to avoid them, however with so many testimonials of great service I may consider giving them a second chance. I was thinking of a Shannon MTO....
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