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Has anyone use Leatherique on their shoes?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sstomcat, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. sstomcat

    sstomcat Senior member

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    I use their rejuvinator and cleaner with good results on my car seats. I called them and found that this can be used on anything leather. Wondering if anyone on the forum has used them and wha are the results.
    thanks
     
  2. brokentelephone

    brokentelephone Senior member

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    http://www.styleforum.net/t/73327/old-foster-and-son-can-anyone-tell-me-more-about-these

    This guy used it for some old bespoke shoes (no before pics, but the afters are amazing). Shoe leather is fairly durable so I can't see how leatherique could be bad -- perhaps on ultra-fine calf it may soften too much leading to more creasing? I dunno. I've used leatherique products on vintage purses for my girlfriend and they're come out as new.

    I never understand why companies like leatherique only focus on automotive leather when there is a (big) demand for shoe care as well.
     
  3. brokentelephone

    brokentelephone Senior member

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    There are some befores on the next page -- my baaad leatherking!
     
  4. Bobhobard

    Bobhobard New Member

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    Just used it on a pair of Allen Edmonds Sturgis motorcycle boots. Excellent result. I don't believe this stuff waterproofs the shoe but it does a great job of nurturing the leather and bringing out the best. Only downside is the price-$50 for 2 16oz bottles (conditioner and cleaner)
     

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