I've gone all hightech and are using some 'nano-tech' stuff on the shoes.
It keeps the leather supple and waterproof, but the best thing about it is that when I get home, all I have to do is wipe the mud and grass off, and the shoes come up gleaming white. Whilst on the golf course the mud and stuff cannot 'cling' to the leather either, meaning that they stay looking good on the course.
Andy boy, Iâ€™ve got a pair of FJ brogues, is that how you spell it, and obviously they have lots of stitching through the pattern. Anyway, Iâ€™ve had them for 6 or 7 years and Iâ€™ve been feeding them Wrenâ€™s dubbing from day one and they are still the dogs nads. Never let water inâ€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦.. not so far.
Its World War stuff and it has no place in todays society when it comes to waterproofing or looking after shoes. Simple shoe polish works 100 times better at keeping shoes in tip top condition. All dubbin does is bloke the pores in the shoe leather and stops it breathing creating problems for the shoe and a breakdown of the leather.