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Brown Timberland boots - will they scuff/mark easily?

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I've just got some really nice timberland boots from work but it's the most I have ever spent on an item of clothing (£55 lol, not much really) Anyway, I always look after my stuff so it last a while… Read More
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
I've just got some really nice timberland boots from work but it's the most I have ever spent on an item of clothing (£55 lol, not much really)

Anyway, I always look after my stuff so it last a while but I've always had trainers where they just wipe clean.

But these are a light brown colour (see link in post 2) & a sort of suade material.

They will mainly be used for going out round town etc, but occasionaly I might wear them to college or out to my mates & they may get a bit of mud or something on them.

So what I'm wondering is, has anyone got or know anyone who has them in a light brown. And if so are they a bugger to keep clean as I cant be doing with dirty shoes/clothes when I'm going out.

Thanks alot
James
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#2
nice shoes..i had pink ones and they didnt get scuffed as much as they got dirty...awesome shoes... sounds like they r ur pride and joy....
#3
magicbeans
nice shoes..i had pink ones and they didnt get scuffed as much as they got dirty...awesome shoes... sounds like they r ur pride and joy....


Same here i bought pink ones the only problem with them was the colour faded after awhile with them being wet.
#4
you can get a special eraser/brush from timberland that is great for cleaning up the boots :thumbsup: one of my boys got biro on his & it managed to get the mark off :)
banned#5
I think there is a protector spray that you can buy.
#6
DLM
I think there is a protector spray that you can buy.

yup go to clarks or somewhere like that it be about 6 quid but its clear spray that also helps make them waterproof too
#7
BlondeBella
Same here i bought pink ones the only problem with them was the colour faded after awhile with them being wet.


yep thats what happened i lurrrrrrrrrrrrrrved them and wore them everywhere and anywhere...even when they looked wrong (pink boots dont go with everything :giggle:!) and mum was so glad i had to bin them..as was hubby! :p
#8
I bought some Timbs off someone on here when I 1st joined, I have only wore them three or four times because I don't want to scuff them. :oops:

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