Kiwi is one of the most well-known names in Shoe Polish. It's used by police officers, military professionals, shoe shine stands the world over. Kiwi isn't famous because the name is easy to remember and easy to spell, or even because it reminds people of tasty fruit. Kiwi shoe polish is well-known and used everywhere because it goes on smoothly, and it does a lot more than keep your leather goods shiny and pretty. Regular applications of Kiwi polish condition and protect your leather against wear and weather, keeping it supple and soft so it stays flexible and beautiful even after regular hard wear. Kiwi polish keeps the leather moisturized, which is just what leather needs to stay in peak condition so you can keep wearing it again and again. And if you wear leather, then you need Kiwi -- and no, we’re not talking about the fruit.
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I live in Alaska and work in the oil field on the North Slope. Sometimes it is hard to get the things we need to keep moving forward. I ordered a pair of Doc Marten boots and a black long-sleeve FRC shirt. I inadvertently asked to cancel the order instead of asking to cancel just the shirt. Your customer service made sure to get my order straight. The boots will be a nice addition to the wardrobe as fall sets in (snowed twice here in the last week) and we transition to winter. It takes a while for stuff to get to Alaska, so it is better to get things right early and not wait until the last minute when it is too late.”
Craig M. from Fairbanks, Alaska