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  1. ReppTiePrepster

    ReppTiePrepster Senior member

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    For a damp cloth I use my daughter's Dora the Explorer hand towel. She's outgrown Dora and it is ultra soft. For buffing, I use the large fancy, flannel cloth that came with my Tiger Woods/Nike golf shoes from several years ago (also very soft).
     


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    Solid start to a Friday
     


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    Does anyone use flannel shoe bags for buffing/polishing? I envision one would use it as sort of a mitt, possibly.
     


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    Oops added as an attachment
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    Fine looking boots McPyron. Not sure I agree with corn-pickin' usage, but to each his own. (Nothin' like sweet corn!) Wear in great health my friend!
     


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    *sigh* Someday...
     


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    Tifosi whats up? I wear 8.5d grant my lwb is 8d barrie :stirpot:
     


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    You have some Ravello you are trying to unload????[​IMG]
     


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    Are these ravello RK? Fine lookin' summer attire![​IMG] We only have a about week before we put away the white pants and Seersucker suits!
     


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    Lol not of as now i sold some ravello like 4 years ago though. Right now i have 1 #8, 1 cigar, 1 ravello.

    Trying to figure out what to get for a whiskey pair and snatching whatever #4 in my size :)
     


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    Tofosi just purchased some new boots you don't need them. :) wait for a 7.5E.
     
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    I have a whiskey LWB, but that is it. Have a Leffot #8 LWB on order.

    I'm looking for cigar in anything at the moment. Heard of some at Citishoes, but nothing in my size.
     


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    Bingo RTP! It is the Ravello LWB. Thank you very much.
     


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