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Dubbin

Dubbin

$15.90
Incl. import taxes & duty
Price per 100ml: $ 10,60

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Dubbin is made from the fat extracted during leather production, and is perfectly suited for nourishing untreated leather. Apply dubbin to hiking, motorcycle, or standard leather boots to make them soft and supple. When used regularly, dubbin also leaves behind a protective water-repellent layer on the leather’s surface.

Burgol dubbin is made in Switzerland using pure vegetable waxes, special oils (such as cod oil), and selected fats. All you need to apply it is a cloth or a brush. It is also excellent for nourishing and waterproofing leather bags and saddles that are often worn or used outdoors.

Bike riders also swear by Burgol dubbin to care for their premium Brooks leather bike saddles. Naturally, this product can also be used to care for all kinds of other products made from untreated leather.

Dubbin from the traditional Burgol brand is colorless, and comes in a 150 ml tin.

Crafted by a master. Worn by an Expert.

Exclusive

Exclusive

Each day, the best cobblers in Hungary only make about 25 pairs of Dinkelacker shoes in our Budapest factory: This is one of them. As a result, Germany’s most exclusive men’s shoe brand is only available in limited qualities, from selected retailers or here in our online shop.

High-quality

High-quality

Only the most sophisticated materials are used to make hand-crafted Heinrich Dinkelacker footwear. Moreover, each shoe spends six whole days on a last in our factory. This pays off for wearers, ensuring extreme durability and magnificent fidelity to fit that put this footwear in a league of its own.

Iconic

Iconic

Heinrich Dinkelacker has gone further towards defining the Budapester than any other shoe brand. Some of our lasts have been in use for over 60 years. Our shoes feature striking and unique details that make them instantly recognisable to insiders, from top managers of stock-listed enterprises through to Berlin-based hipsters.

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