- Jun 7, 2010
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Hell of a job. I find my Lobbs and St. C's are the easiest to work with. Pretty cool jacket also.
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Assuming you meant "polish water"How are you using the Bootblack cleaning water?
And how much of it do you use each time?
Obviously, I don't own any shoes on that last, but from the pictures, it looks beautiful to me. The shape that goes into that toe really separates the men from the boys.Soooo the EQUO last...thoughts?
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I wonder if @DL120 ever checks these forums anymore. Not sure if he's got CJ, but know he has all of the others.Does anyone have experience with Carmina Shell Cordovan, C&J Shel Cordovan, Enzo Bonafe Shell cordovan and St. Crispin's Shell cordovan?
How do they compare?
I know that most brands like Allen Edmonds Alden, Carmina C&J, Enzo Bonafe, and St.C all use Horween shell, but they are all different when the product is finished.
I like Enzo the best in shell, but I like the St.C last better.
Yes I’ve got it all except CJ. And yeah I haven’t been on here for months or close to a year.I wonder if @DL120 ever checks these forums anymore. Not sure if he's got CJ, but know he has all of the others.
I've got all besides StC and seems all the same to me to be honest. Besides the different color offerings I think it really just comes down to preference of style/construction and not the actual material itself.