The Pommadier cream shoe polishes and Renovateur conditioner from Saphir’s Médaille d'Or collection are considered to be some of the best leather maintenance products by serious shoe enthusiasts across the globe. Made to enhance the look of your footwear, the polishes and conditioner are based upon the Saphir formula that received a gold medal (“Medaille d'Or”) at the 1925 Paris International Fair. Offered in a two-pack, each Saphir product is specially formulated in France to nourish, rejuvenate, and maintain fine leather.
Note: This drop cannot be shipped internationally due to ingredients present in these polishes. In this drop you will receive two Saphir products. At checkout, you can choose between a selection of Saphir cream polishes, Cordovan cream polishes (+$2), and Renovateur conditioner (+$2).
The Saphir Pommadier cream shoe polish is all natural and highly pigmented. The base, which is made from beeswax, pine-based turpentine, and carnauba wax, is mixed in with six other waxes and twice the amount of pigment of ordinary polishes. Available in 7 different colors, the cream shoe polish protects against the elements, restores the shoe’s original color, and helps the shoe develop a soft patina. This formula does not contain any harmful resins or silicones.
Designed for deep conditioning, the Saphir Renovateur can be used in your normal shoe shine routine or on its own between shines. Considered to be Saphir’s most popular product, the Renovateur is an all-purpose cleaner and conditioner featuring a water-based formula that contains mink oil. Mink oil is a premium ingredient that keeps your shoes in good shape, while helping them develop a soft, matte patina. The formula also includes a mixture of waxes, and contains no solvents.
Cream Shoe Polish
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Feb 14, 2018 PT.
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