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Shoe care supplies in Munich?

GBer

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Can you recommend stores in Munich where I can get quality shoe care supplies. I am thinking along the lines of Saphir or La Cordonnerie Anglaise. For JL & EG shoes. A couple things I am looking for are a soft polishing brush, shoe trees, boar bristle brush, chamois, & Saphir Renovateur.
 

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Eduard Maier, Residenzstrasse 22 has everything you will need. It is the oldest shoe shop in Germany. They also carry EG. I don't think they carry Saphir but their products are very good, probably made by Saphir.
 

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Originally Posted by Siggy
Eduard Maier, Residenzstrasse 22 has everything you will need. It is the oldest shoe shop in Germany. They also carry EG. I don't think they carry Saphir but their products are very good, probably made by Saphir.

Is there a parking garage nearby? Know of a site where I can locate public parking garages in DE?
 

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Can we tie your shoelaces for you too, while we're at it?
 

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The garage below the Nationaltheater is probably 50 metres away from Ed/Meier's doorstep. Their shoe care products are mostly made by Avel (Saphir). What they call "EM-1" is similar to Saphir cream in the small glass, "EM-3" is similar to the renovateur stuff and "EM-2" is a wax similar to the Saphir wax but comes in larger tins and with a better smell. They also stock brushes, bones and lotions for every taste and shoe.

Additionally, Muenchener Schuhwerkstaetten in Auenstrasse has almost the complete lineup of Saphir inlcuding accessories. They also have a few pairs of Maftei shoes in their shop from time to time as well as Handmacher, Trickers and Sanders and their own, very good, RTW and bespoke.
 

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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette
The garage below the Nationaltheater is probably 50 metres away from Ed/Meier's doorstep. Their shoe care products are mostly made by Avel (Saphir). What they call "EM-1" is similar to Saphir cream in the small glass, "EM-3" is similar to the renovateur stuff and "EM-2" is a wax similar to the Saphir wax but comes in larger tins and with a better smell. They also stock brushes, bones and lotions for every taste and shoe.

Additionally, Muenchener Schuhwerkstaetten in Auenstrasse has almost the complete lineup of Saphir inlcuding accessories. They also have a few pairs of Maftei shoes in their shop from time to time as well as Handmacher, Trickers and Sanders and their own, very good, RTW and bespoke.


+1 Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by holymadness
Can we tie your shoelaces for you too, while we're at it?

Depends on which lacing pattern you use.
 

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Why don't you start a few more threads to solicit opinions on which is best.
 

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Originally Posted by holymadness
Why don't you start a few more threads to solicit opinions on which is best.

Aren't we in a cheerful mood?
 

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