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Frye Conditioning Cream

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Frye Conditioning Cream

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Protect your favorite Fryes with the Frye Leather Conditioning Cream.
  • Conditions, weatherproofs and restores
  • Not recommended for use on suede, nubuck or distressed leathers
  • Does not waterproof

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Shoes.com asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Justyn Ann: "I put this on my and my daughters' Frye boots every other week to keep them looking great."
  • Nicole: "I have recently purchased Frye boots and this was recommended to care for them."
  • Ilana: "I own two pairs of frye boots"
  • S: "Need protectant that doesn't radically change the color of my newly purchased Frye boots. Will use on other shoes and handbags, as well."
  • Tye: "Want to take care of my work boots"
  • Marie: "just want to take care of these boots"
  • Sara: "To protect my Frye investment!"
  • Michele: "Reviews suggest this will help buff out the Trapunto's antique finish to make it more subtle and mellow, as well as protect the boot."
  • Jennifer: "boot protection"
  • ashlaigh: "Protect my investment!"
  • Sarah: "need for our boots - we are a frye family"
  • Kristi: "To keep boots looking nice."
  • Stacie: "To protect the Frye boots I bought"
  • Markus: "Want to keep my new boots looking good and protected"
  • R: "Protect your investment!"
  • Linda: "keep them looking great all winter"
  • Micah: "I trust the brand."
  • Tracey: "Product is recommended to maintain the Frye shoes I just purchased."
  • MENGYU: "Good"
  • kathleen: "Protect my investment"
  • K: "To take proper care of my boots"
  • Jan: "To protect boots."
  • Jesse: "now tobacco free"
  • Taryn: "I choose this because I have 4 pairs of frye boots and I want to make sure they are protected."

A asked: Can you use this cream in conjunction with the waterproofing spray?

  • Justyn Ann: "I've only used the cream - didn't purchase the waterproofing spray. But the cream alone seems to offer waterproofing."
  • Alicia: "I don't know the official rule on that, but I don't see why not. If you want to use both, I would definitely use the conditioner before the waterproofing. The conditioner in itself would be somewhat waterproofing because it is waxy."