- Aug 12, 2016
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Very true.What he said . I would go so far as to say requires much more maintenance.
The crust leather is dyed in house so the color is not steadfast. Consequently, the shoes will look more "antiqued" or used without continuous maintenance.
If you are like myself, you are too lazy for that sort of upkeep. Hence, I stay on the Aniline train .
For me, EG requires the most maintenance. It's actually really bad.
Vass and JL, nothing at all to worry about there. Just some cream (does not even have to be every time you wear them but whenever you feel like it) buff it out and you are ready to go. But it is true that they don't have the same depth in color you get with EG. Even though that's not to say that EG is better, it's just a matter of preference I guess.
I find G&G to be somewhere in the middle. What is G&G is using? Definitely does not feel like aniline the way Vass and JL do, but it's not as bad as EG either.