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Metrosey

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MTO Update

Richard has spoken to the factory and everything is now confirmed and as of today, the MTO has joined the production line. Communication will go dark now for a while until production of the MTO has nearly finished and is almost ready for delivery. If I get any more communication from Richard, I'll send it this way.

Again, if you missed the MTO, you might be able to get in on it. However, if you can't, E-Mail Richard and you might be able to get a pair that he has ordered for the shop.

Thank you everyone :)
 

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Hi!
Some good procedure to remove this stains on acorn leather.
I have tried with water but leather loses color.
Wich cream color is best to restore original acorn color and preserve it from this kind of stains?
Thanks
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The Acorn colour does have a tendency to pick up such stains.

You could do the following:

1. U need to clean them. Take some saddle soap. Give them a through cleaning. The Stow leather is a tough leather, so don't worry too much. Give them a good through cleaning. Let them dry for 5-6 hours.

2. If the stains are still there, then go for a Saphir Creme Surfine Cream shoe polish. Number of application depends on u and the state of the stain.
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3. I personally just put some conditioner on it and then go for the Saphir Medaille D'Or Pate-de-Luxe Wax Polish. I personally put 2-3 coats of wax on my show boots. It creates a good layer of wax between the leather and environment. I will always act as a barrier and prevent the frequency of further stains significantly.
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The Acorn colour does have a tendency to pick up such stains.

You could do the following:

1. U need to clean them. Take some saddle soap. Give them a through cleaning. The Stow leather is a tough leather, so don't worry too much. Give them a good through cleaning. Let them dry for 5-6 hours.

2. If the stains are still there, then go for a Saphir Creme Surfine Cream shoe polish. Number of application depends on u and the state of the stain.
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3. I personally just put some conditioner on it and then go for the Saphir Medaille D'Or Pate-de-Luxe Wax Polish. I personally put 2-3 coats of wax on my show boots. It creates a good layer of wax between the leather and environment. I will always act as a barrier and prevent the frequency of further stains significantly.
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Thanks for sharing your experience.
 

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Quick question, when it comes to belts, it’s best to have a similar colour as boots, however, does this apply to bags too? I’ve found a nice bag that matches the Acorns but not sure if there’s a “rule” or if contrast is better, like a darker brown.

Not strictly Trickers so forgive me :)
 

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Quick question, when it comes to belts, it’s best to have a similar colour as boots, however, does this apply to bags too? I’ve found a nice bag that matches the Acorns but not sure if there’s a “rule” or if contrast is better, like a darker brown.

Not strictly Trickers so forgive me :)
I don’t think it has to be an exact colour.
U can go for a light brown/tan belt with ur acorn colour shoe as well.
 

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I bailed on the waxy eaton. It was the toe medallion that broke the deal unfortunately. Will probably regret it when you all post pictures!
 

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I bailed on the waxy eaton. It was the toe medallion that broke the deal unfortunately. Will probably regret it when you all post pictures!
Most likely regret coming up good Sir :)
 

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I want to get a pair of suede shoes for the summer, and I like the Tricker's Richard Longwing Brogue, which is made with "a new Ultra Flex lightweight leather sole". Does anyone have experience with this sole? Lightweight means it is thinner, or less dense? how about the durability compared with Tricker's normal leather sole?
 

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