Leather Honey Leather Conditioner – Video Product Review – Conditioning Leather Shoes & Boots

Leather Honey Leather Conditioner – Video Product Review – Conditioning Leather Shoes & Boots


Leather Honey Leather Conditioner – Video
Product Review – Conditioning Leather Shoes & Boots Hi, I’m Antonio Sentinel, the founder of Real
Men Real Style, and today I’m going to be doing a product review of leather honey leather
conditioner. And I’m going to share with you my story of why I think it’s the best leather
conditioner out there in the market. Okay if you have it already please subscribe to
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want to read more about leather honey, want to learn more about what I’m talking about
here we go, hit me click down below. I’m going to have an article which I’m going to link
you to and finally if you like this video, if you find it useful. I would appreciate
it if you would like it. Okay so let me tell you a little story about
a boot and this was my favorite pair of Chelsea boots, I picked up in London back in 2007
when I first started my company at tailored suit. And they served me well for a couple
of years until I decided to wear them a lot here in Wisconsin and Wisconsin has horrible
weather in the winter. I mean it has snow but it also has sleet and rain and all that
other stuff that you can’t control and this – it just tore up my boots because I did
not condition them and so that’s what you’re probably asking, why do I need to condition
my leather shoes? Well leather – and it’s not just shoes
by the way but any type of leather is skin and its skin that’s no longer replenishing
itself and if you think about it, I mean the skin on your body has the oils and stuff that
your body naturally secretes. Now the leather that you use on briefcases, on your belts,
on your shoes, that if – when I was down in Austin, Texas I didn’t have to worry
about it too much because the weather wasn’t too bad. And leather shoes won’t last probably
a decade and you don’t even have to really treat them too much. Once you start getting exposing them or you
expose them to harsh weather though. Let’s say you take a trip over to New York, you
expose those things to water which I did to my shoes. All of a sudden they’re going
to lose that moisture very quickly when you dry them out and they’re going to start
to crack unless you start to condition them. So the one thing and why I think this is a
great investment, I spent – I got four years out of those boots and I paid probably $300
for them and sadly it wasn’t – that’s just a bad, I could have gotten probably 30
years out of those boots and I want to make sure that you understand this and that you’re
using a product like leather honey because you’ve probably got a lot of leather that
you’ve spent a lot of money on. Leather is a luxury clothing item; it’s
not cheap especially real leather we’re talking about, not the cheap stuff that the
fake stuff. And you want to make sure and you can get decades and decades of life out
of leather if you treat it correctly. So what is leather honey and where did it come from?
It was actually developed I think it comes out of the 1968, you had a family business
and I think they were in West Virginia and it was Dan Magawen, his father I believe actually
was started it. And now while Sean Magawen is the grandson of the gentleman that put
this together and it started off as harness honey and it now has evolved into leather
honey they wanted to brand out because what they discovered is that wow, this really – it’s
a step above and I got some other leather conditioners I’ve used in the past such
as Cadillac and Matonian, these are fine leather conditioners but they’re all water based.
And being water based, you have to put a lot of it on and you have to put it on frequently,
usually at least once a week. What I love about leather honey is its oil
based and therefore I only have to do it, probably on the four – maybe four times
a winter season so maybe once a month, maybe once every two weeks versus on having to apply
the other ones four times as much. So it makes it much easier and that was the first thing
that drew me to leather honey. There thing again is this, this small family owned business
on the East Coast and these guys are really making it happen. You can go check them out
on Amazon and go to their website and contact them and you’ll probably had Ariel, she’s
one of the family members as well, Sean’s sister, and she will get in touch with you
most likely and help you understand what this product is about. So the purpose of the putting, right, okay,
“Antonio what are you using leather honey on?” I’ve been using it on my $350 pair
of Lucchese boots and I can tell you that they feel great and they’ve been okay in
this Wisconsin winter so far. I’ve used them on my pair of Chainey boots – I’m sorry,
Chainey dress shoes, these are a very nice pair of Chainey dress shoes, they put up at
the same time. I’ve picked up those other Chelsea boots over in London. I’ve used
them on my saddleback leather briefcase, they’ll boom right here. I’ve used them on my belts.
And everything I’ve shown you is brown leather but you can use them on black leather. You
can use them on any colored leather; the only thing you don’t want to use it on is suede. And so what would I say is the negative about
this when you need to be careful because it will darken, any type – they’re re-introducing… …moisture to the leather. So this once living
piece of tissue they’re actually re-moisturizing. So it is going to darken and be prepared for
that, so test on a little bit. The other thing is it’s a little bit pricier than the other
ones I mention but I feel this is not an issue. We were talking a few dollars for an item
that you may have paid $500 it or $700 for it. And what’s the – if you’re sweating
over a few dollars for something like that, I really think you’re saving pennies and
you’re losing the dollars there. So finally what can I say more about leather
honey, things are great part of it. For you, two thumbs up. I highly recommend, you can
get a small batch of it and test it and you got a hundred percent money back guarantee.
So what do you got to lose? Okay this is been Antonio Sentinel with Real Men Real Style,
I’ll see you in the next video. Bye-bye.

39 thoughts on “Leather Honey Leather Conditioner – Video Product Review – Conditioning Leather Shoes & Boots”

  • How I treat my shoes and boots:

    1. Leather Honey. Let it sit overnight.
    2. Meltonian shoe cream. Light coat.
    3. Kiwi neutral wax. Spit shine.

  • Seems very interesting. I have never tried a leather conditioner on my dress shoes, I just shine every 5 wears… I will definitely look into this.

  • @MrDexJohn Yea, check it out. It can mean the difference of whether or not the shoes last years vs. decades (assuming you bought quality to begin with).

  • @RealMenRealStyle Well I'm ex-military also so I probably do it more often than needed. Its more of a meditation than anything. Anyways, I load on the Leather Honey right after I buy new shoes. The main goal for me is to prevent creases over the toes. Shoe trees are important for this too but the Honey helps a lot. I use cream and wax all the time but there's no need to overdo it with the Honey. At least not over here in southern California. Keep up the good work Antonio!

  • I can't plug this product enough, works great! found a beat up leather Astor briefcase from the thrift store, it was grungy but i could tell it was quality used leather, no cracks. I used Leather honey on it and now it shines like a new dime! i get compliments on it all of the time.
    thanks Daniel!

  • I have an expensive pair of leather logger boots. It has some minor scratches and scrapes. Will this repair that and keep the boots looking great?

  • Hi Does Leather Honey work for Leather Jackets as well, or its specifically designed for shoes…?

  • I started using Harness Honey on my horse tack in the early 90s. Saddles, bridles, harness, and sharkskin boots. The saddle is still buttery smooth, the harness is flexible, not cracked, at all. And I still wear those sharkskin boots. Theyt can no longer be purchased in the US. If you've ever driven a horse in a combined driving event, the leather is soaked with sweat by the time you finish the marathon course. Just give it a quick cleaning with Lexol, Then finish with Leather Honey.

  • i just have a quick question. Does the darkening occur after every use of the product or does the darkening effect only happen after the first use?

  • Hi Antonio, I recently purchase a mens Bally "Tollen" wallet and I was wondering if leather honey would be safe to use on it. The wallet is composed of 100 percent European calfskin with a fabric strip running across it. Bally never stated a specific leather conditioner to use on it and I don't want to ruin this wallet. Please respond.

  • This is good for leather jackets too? I live in southern Arizona, and my jacket is made of real leather, but it's rather thin in comparison (I purchased this particular one because of the thinness in the hot weather down here).

  • Hmm I just conditioned my brand new leather briefcase couple of days ago and the color change kinda took me by surprise. It was dark brown which I loved and now it's black.. I don't know what to make of it because I really enjoyed the original color and the black, not so much..It was a beautiful briefcase and now it doesn't look half as good. However some folks on the net say that after a month it should go back to it's previous color.

  • Leather Honey Leather Conditioner,.
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    MILLIONS SOLD! Unlimited 100% satisfaction LIFETIME guarantee! If you're not satisfied, return the product AT ANY TIME for a full refund. Softens, moisturizes and promotes flexibility leaving your leather feeling and looking beautiful!
    Water, snow and rain repellent formula prolongs the life of all types of leather, including leather furniture and upholstery, automobile and motorcycle seats, boots, gloves, purses, saddles and tack. Not for use on suede or faux leather/vinyl.
    Deeply penetrates into the leather's pores to protect new leather and rejuvenate old leather. A little goes a long way! Long-lasting formula means one application can last six months or longer!
    Made in the USA by a small family business — SAME FORMULA since 1968, with MILLIONS of happy customers. Non-toxic, non-solvent, not sticky, no odor and does not contain silicone.

  • i got some very nice dark brown leather chukkas, is it ok if i just use leather honey or do i need to polish as well? i kinad like the shine of healthy leather rather than over shiny polish.

  • My compliments on your outfit in this video, Antonio. Among all the videos of yours that I have seen (and I have seen quite a few), this outfit clearly ranks as #1.

  • Was looking for an actual review and use of the product , seemed more like a testimonial than a review . Still subbing bc your other videos are great

  • Bought the leather cleaner and conditioner for use on my leather jackets. Followed directions completely. The cleaner didn't work so well. After using it, I was not too satisfied, so put a few drops of Dawn dish detergent in warm water and sponged on. The sponge was then full of dirt, which I rinsed out between jackets. Let dry in utility room overnight. Then used conditioner as directed. Worked great, but did not rub off excess as directed, just made sure I applied it evenly with hand in old clean white sock. All three jackets absorbed all the conditioner, and then hung them back in the utility room overnight. My jackets are 40, 30, and 25 years old and all looked terrific. I used about 8 ounces on the 3 jackets, total. One jacket (40 years) was horse hide, the 30 year old was sheep hide, and the 25 year old is cow hide. All well used motorcycle jackets. The old horsehide jacket is just as soft as the much newer cowhide jacket, neither as soft as the sheep hide jacket (no surprise there). Will treat all jackets twice a year with the conditioner, but not the cleaner.

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  • Did he say "was" his favorite boots? He should have said "is" his favorite boots. BLACK LEATHER RULES!

    He has another pair by now.

  • It doesn't just "darken". It completely changes the color of lighter leathers. I would avoid it. Does it make a pair of leather boots last 20 years? Maybe. Now that begs the question, who keeps foot wear 20+ years? Sorry. Love the channel but not this product. I can get 10+ years out of a good pair of cowboy boots with just saddle soap and neutral shoe polish,…even the KIWI brand and I live in Ohio with salted sidewalks. But after 10 years, I'm already looking to replace them with more modern footwear or new technologies in cleaners or conditioners.

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