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Huberds HSG Shoe Grease 7.5 Oz Shoe Grease


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Huberd HSG Shoe Grease 7.5oz

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Freeland on October 26, 2008
After many years working outside year-round, I haven't found anything for leather boots as good as Huberd's. It's a conditioner and water-proofing agent. It's not always easy to find and I wish more places carried it. Forced to use other brands, I was always disappointed. Kudos to Amazon for partnering with a company offering a simple, useful product that works great.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By arizonadeserttom on June 14, 2013
huberds shoe grease is the best product I have ever found for my made in the u.s.a. danner mountainlight hiking boots. bar none. conditions and water proofs. has a rather rapid drying time. and equally important it is made in the u.s.a. in a little Arizona town in the white mountains. I found out about huberds from forest service firefighters and traildogs. but I know local stockmen and other outdoor workers who testify it is the best leather product. reasonably priced. Americana to the max!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Craig A. Lawson on February 8, 2012
I've used Huberd's shoe grease since the 1960s when my Dad bought a case of 24(I'm still on that case) I love the smell of it and look forward each winter when I'll grease up my boots and gloves. It keeps the snow melt beaded up on my boots without it soaking through. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kim J. Love on June 3, 2012
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This dependable shoe grease is a great product. I have used it for 30 years. My only concern is that it leave your boot greasy and you must be careful not to wear them inside on your carpet. They can leave a residue that is tough to clean up. On the boots it waterproofs, and softens the leather. You can't ask for a better boot treatment...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Meryl Logue on September 11, 2013
Growing up in rural western Montana, and in northern BC, this was the go-to product. (Although we did run out in BC of what we brought up with us, and went to rendered bear grease... it worked well, but was not Hubbard's!) My job as a kid was to grease all the boots. I loved that job because of the smell, and how cool the boots looked when done. I would line them up near the barrel heater when done to better absorb. Nowadays, with a gas furnace, I put them on a floor vent. I also use this a lot in the summer, to keep my work-boots in shape as I restore an old house. I ALSO use it on the Brooks saddle on my Azor bicycle. Works awesome for that. I have to be sure it is a warm day, though, so it can absorb before I ride next. (I pedal everywhere... less than 200 miles a year in my car... and I live in rainy NW!)

It still smells like it did, and it still works like it did. There is no substitute! When I finally "found" it again in a small hardware store in western Oregon, I was overjoyed. It was a happy, HAPPY reunion!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LykaReynard on May 14, 2013
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This stuff is awesome for boots and leather care, if you are planning to add something to help in these fields this is the stuff to have about!
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By Sycamore on June 12, 2014
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Love this product! I bought a pair of low leather boots because my rubber boots were to hot for the Summer working on the farm. I put 2 heavy applications of this on my Ariats and my feet have been dry. That is saying something with the abuse I put my boots through
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By tom on May 16, 2014
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Forget about Mink (stink) oil, silicone, snow seal, etc. This is the real thing. It's what loggers in the rainy North West rely on. The first time I used it I sat with my shoes in a mountain stream for a long time and my feet never got wet.
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