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    I succumbed to temptation and and ordered long boots with TASSELS (love tassels) in brown leather from the manufacturer in Spain - for 70 euro. They arrived in good time. Lovely boots - but just a fraction too small for my fat legs!

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    Those are gorgeous. What size are they?????
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    So now that brown boots are easier to get how do you keep them clean and polished without darkening them? I recently got the Mountain Horse Sovereign boots that are light brown with darker brown tops and want to keep them that way (minus the wear marks from riding). Would a clear polish be best or should I start searching for light brown polish? Is there anything else that should be considered with brown boots vs black?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Willesdon View Post
    I succumbed to temptation and and ordered long boots with TASSELS (love tassels) in brown leather from the manufacturer in Spain - for 70 euro. They arrived in good time. Lovely boots - but just a fraction too small for my fat legs!

    http://www.marjoman.net/en/
    Oh no! Are you certain they're too small? I can't count the number of times I've sworn leather boots or half chaps were too small, only to have them stretch out and fit perfectly after several rides.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayme View Post
    So now that brown boots are easier to get how do you keep them clean and polished without darkening them? I recently got the Mountain Horse Sovereign boots that are light brown with darker brown tops and want to keep them that way (minus the wear marks from riding). Would a clear polish be best or should I start searching for light brown polish? Is there anything else that should be considered with brown boots vs black?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayme View Post
    So now that brown boots are easier to get how do you keep them clean and polished without darkening them? I recently got the Mountain Horse Sovereign boots that are light brown with darker brown tops and want to keep them that way (minus the wear marks from riding). Would a clear polish be best or should I start searching for light brown polish? Is there anything else that should be considered with brown boots vs black?

    You use Kiwi Tan shoe polish. http://www.kiwicare.com/cms/us/produ...te-polish.html

    There used to be 3 shades of tan - but I guess that's gone by the wayside.

    Or; https://www.hangerproject.com/saphir...am-polish.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayme View Post
    So now that brown boots are easier to get how do you keep them clean and polished without darkening them? I recently got the Mountain Horse Sovereign boots that are light brown with darker brown tops and want to keep them that way (minus the wear marks from riding). Would a clear polish be best or should I start searching for light brown polish? Is there anything else that should be considered with brown boots vs black?
    I like the Urad polish. It's very light and works well on my Ariat's which are a cognac color. I believe they offer both light brown and dark brown.



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