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Discussion in 'Nike' started by fightontrojans5, Dec 29, 2017.
Super helpful, thanks a bunch dude! Think I should be alright to half size down for the blacks then.
Does anyone have any advice on how to clean this? I sprayed crep on both pairs and water got on both pairs yesterday. Tried to brush it off and it’s still grey smh
Try s suede brush or suede eraser.
Tell Crepe, maybe they'll refund you.
I see more people having issues with Crepe protect than actually helping their sneakers stay clean! Lol
That’s nuts. A girl spilled a drink on my joints this past Saturday, I wiped them down and they look virtually the same.
It’s prob the crap product he sprayed
Crep is garbage idk why everyone uses that ****. I use Saphir since it's meant for suede and highend boots. Gotta reapply it every few wears, but to me that just speaks to it being a less harsh/potent mix of chemicals.
^This. Crep has way too many chemicals for my taste. IMO in the long run it will do more harm than good.
Hmm, Saphir should be good to throw on the Bones then.
Why do u guys add these things to sneakers?
Thought crep was/is used as an a means to protect sneakers from stains and grime. Nothing a toothbrush and soap and cant help with
I applied baby oil to the area and it came back somewhat decent. All good, beating these to the ground anyway
I mainly use this stuff on white shoes to prevent stains. I can’t just get another pair of Bones again, so I’d like to keep them relatively clean.
does the protectant compromise the shoe's materials?
that's my biggest qualm w using protector for suede shoes.
i know w/ quality leather they encourage treatment w oil and stuff.
but ima keep it all da way real. im too lazy for al lthat lol
Too risky; i don't trust these products and how they'd react with whatever the suede been treated with.
Moist cloth all the way.
I just use it to waterproof some stuff. But yeah I had the same concern as you, that's why I went with a more high-end waterproofer that I knew wouldn't do anything to darken the suede or **** up the material in some other way. Used it on a few common projects, botega venetta boots, and 750s and they were all fine after application. I think a big part of it is also making sure you aren't just spraying things down until it soaks into the material. Like spray painting, a few light coats is almost always the way to go.
These days I just don't wear anything nice on days it's going to rain or I'll wear my beaters if I'm going to a bar or something like that.
i'd love to waterproof some SLP boots but knowing me i'd mess up the process lol
could i go a full size up in fpg 1s? would my feet be swimming? would i look like a stylish but demented clown?
there's a pre-owned pair of bones calling me...and the price is right. but the size is wrong. decisions decisions...
No, unless you plan on triple socking it
Check ur nike outlets! Skylons for 50$
can't wait to see better pictures of the sail x mesh 1s
Bro...don't even try it. They are going to be LONG AF! Basically sizing up on the FOG 1 is the equivalent of going up an entire 1.5 size up in any other shoe. Imagine wearing a 10 yet you try earing a 11.5