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Cordovan Care Cream, 521 Black, blockout

Cordovan Care Cream

$8.00 $6.40

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Item# 521-STD-STD

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Style

  • A conditioning cream
  • Enriches and protects Shell Cordovan leathers
  • Designed specifically to coordinate with our Cordovan Collection

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  • 2.25 oz container
  • Craft

  • Handcrafted in the USA
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    Cordovan Care Cream is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like nothing I have ever tried The AE Cordovan Care Cream is different and in a good way. The product has a rich creamy texture which seems to really feed the cordovan. There is almost no odor. AE nailed the classic cordovan color. Great product. PS please come out with a neutral version.
    Date published: 2018-10-31
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from all 3 shipments were defective This product was defective in that it was a pourable liquid rather than a solid that I was used to in the past. Finally had to request a refund of initial shipping cost.
    Date published: 2018-08-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product This color matches my Allen Edmonds cordovan Patriot loafers easy to apply and shines to a beautiful burgundy sheen
    Date published: 2018-04-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smells great. I have allergies and most shoe products are intolerable for me. Not this one! Thank you Allen Edmonds!
    Date published: 2018-01-21
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    Do you offer a neutral cordovan cream?

    I have a pair of Cambridge in burgundy but the Burgundy Cordovan creme is a lot darker than the color of my shoes. Do you offer a more reddish cordovan cream or a neutral?
    Asked by: Horse31
    We do not offer a neutral Cordovan Care Cream at this time. The cordovan cream is limited to the Black, Dark Brown, and Burgundy offered online. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2017-12-06

    Good idea to use the dark brown on brown cordovan norwich?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Burgundy on burgundy
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2017-05-04

    Shoe Cream vs. Cordovan Shoe Cream

    How is the cordovan care cream different from the shoe cream? I recently purchased the normal shoe cream for use on my AE cordovan shoes. Am I fine using the shoe cream I have on my shoes then replacing with cordovan care cream later, or am I best advised to purchase the cordovan care cream immediately and discarding of the normal shoe cream?
    Asked by: Phillip
    I believe the normal polish has turpentine as do most polishes. The Cordovan Care Cream is mild. I barely smell it when it’s open. Anyway turpentine works fine on calf but may swell the fibers of cordovan. For $8 the Cordovan Care Cream is a bargain.
    Answered by: American1911
    Date published: 2018-10-31

    Can cordovan care cream be used on calfskin leather?

    Asked by: Freddy
    Yes, I like the Cordovan Care Cream so much that I use it on my AE calfskin shoes and it works great.
    Answered by: American1911
    Date published: 2018-10-31

    I do not see the cordovan brown care cream/polish available? Do you make/sell this brown color for your brown cordovan shoes?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Please check again. 521 Black, 539 Dark Brown, 516 Burgundy
    Answered by: American1911
    Date published: 2018-10-31

    Can you list all the ingredients and do you have a MSDS form?

    Can you list all the ingredients and do you have a MSDS form?
    Asked by: Jim1212
    Generally, retail packaging is statutorily exempt from MSDS sheets.
    Answered by: American1911
    Date published: 2018-10-31

    Burgundy Cordovan Cream

    In your previous answers you say you have the Cordovan Cream in Black, Brown and Burgundy. But, when I go to order the Burgundy Cream for my Dalton Cordovan Boots, there is no Burgundy to order. Are you out of this or do you no longer sell this color cream?
    Asked by: TommyTooTone
    They sure have it in stock now and it’s on sale. Stock up.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-09-26

    If the cordovan shoes get wet, how should I do?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Shells are a completely different animal (pun intended). After polishing, and despite seeing the clouds outside, I excitedly couldn’t help but take them out for a test drive. And lo and behold it started to sprinkle and yes, my Shells were struck with just a few drips of rain. (And yes I did my research and knew better.) The few water drops caused the shine to temporality dull or disappear where the drops landed. Repolishing after drying remedies the issue. Yes it’s a downside to these unique and wonderful shoes.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2017-10-20

    Can you explain what is the main difference between cordovan shell and calf skin-finished leather shoes -why would one pay more?

    Asked by: Mr G
    Like you, at first I scoffed at buying a pair of Shell Cordovans. I said something like…“Since the quality of Allen Edmonds leather shoes are touted so much, how much better can their Shell’s be?” Well, the Shells are fantastic. As to the inside of the shoes, they are like a well-appointed living room with extra stitching and softer leathers. And after polishing, the shoes look jaw dropping great. The Shell’s shine has a richness and depth like no other shoe I’ve seen.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-09-26

    Do you let the cream dry?

    I recently used this cream on a pair of cordovan boots, and I found it difficult to buff off the cream once it had dried. Was I supposed to let the cream dry or should I have polished it off when it was still wet? Is it possible that too much product was used?
    Asked by: TMiller
    You used to much. Just a ligh dab and then rub it in until all you see is a dull haze. Let it dry and buff.
    Answered by: American1911
    Date published: 2018-10-31
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