- Oct 3, 2010
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I applied some leather conditioner (Lexol) to a new pair of allen edmonds. I was just wondering if applying leather conditioner to the inside leather is at all beneficial?
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Ha...i'm sorry. I meant the inside leather surface, where your sock would contact the shoe. I know the conditioner should be applied on the outside surface, but wasn't sure if the inside is prone to cracking etc. and would benefit from leather conditioner.
Anywhere that it is leather can benefit from occasional conditioning. Lexol in the brown bottle is what I would use--it's not greasy and is absorbed quickly.