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Kiwi or Lincon wax in Toronto?

MilanoStyle

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My shoes become quite dry, especially where the neck of the shoe is. I need to use better wax. Where can I buy Kiwi or Lincon shoe wax in T.O.?

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Kiwi can be purchased from a shoe repair shop in the mall at Steeles and Don Mills.
 

MilanoStyle

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Kiwi can be purchased from a shoe repair shop in the mall at Steeles and Don Mills.
That's too far.

I would like to shop in downtown if possible.

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Kiwi can be purchased just about anywhere. Try your local Shoppers Drug Mart; the variety of colours isn't great there though.
 

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I can't remember its name, but there is a pretty good shoe repair store in the basement of the Manulife centre, near the Bay Street entrance. I'm sure they'd carry the full range of kiwi colours, and more upscale products to boot
It's run by this really cool old dude, who will tell you stories about how he was a boxer in London in the 1950s. Worth going in for the chats alone.
 

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I think Browns might carry Kiwis, and they should be in the Eatons Centre. There must be another location downtown too.
 

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