- Nov 7, 2017
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I have first hand experience with renovateur and burnished leather, it’ll definitely take the burnish away. I option for bick4 and a neutral cream polish if I want shine. Also, any good reputable cream polish should have ingredients to nourish the leather. I’m currently using Pure Polish. It’s a bit tricky to use at first, but the results are great.Hello guys
Do you use renovateur on espresso burnished leather ?
Dunno about size 12 but I recall they had a full run of sizes. Got them last year. I remember first seeing them around 2010 when they were a Japanese market special. So maybe they’ll be back. Hopefully before 2030.Really like them. Not going to find them for myself ever I guess....were they even made in UK12 originally ?
You will sometimes see these in Italy say at insane prices and invariably end up on sale..or buy a standard version and have it resoled if ye choose.
Bummer but not surprised. I like it a lot better than their lightweight version on the Tricker's website. Worried how a single Dainite sole would feel under foot.You will sometimes see these in Italy say at insane prices and invariably end up on sale..or buy a standard version and have it resoled if ye choose.