“I recently picked up some of this wonderful leather conditioner for a pair of beat up black bostonian oxfords that I wear far more than I should. I couldn’t be happier with the results. My shoes soaked it up w/ ease and, two applications later, my shoes feel softer and look healthier than I can ever remember.”
The poster went on to question whether Leather Honey would darken a pair of burgundy shoes. As always, if you’re concerned about how the product will work with your leather, we suggest testing a small, inconspicuous area first. Leather Honey – and all leather conditioners, really – may darken some leather slightly, but it typically comes back to its natural color after time. And many people like the deeper color better!