Abbeyhorn Deer Bone - For Cordovan

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  • Abbeyhorn deer bone for the use on shell cordovan
  • Helps iron out ripples to smooth and polish
  • Ideal for maintaining shell cordovan footwear
  • Crucial in the process of caring for shell cordovan

Horween Shell Cordovan is highly sought after and will last a lifetime if cared for correctly. Due to the structural nature of cordovan as a material, when worn it doesn't crease or crack over time like normal leather would but is more likely to form ripples. That's where the Abbeyhorn deer bone comes in.

The bone is used to firmly press down on the cordovan surface, then forward motion helps iron out ripples to smooth and polish the top layer. This is a crucial process when caring for cordovan with regards to lifetime maintenance and retaining its unique, overall smooth and shiny appearance - without damaging the surface. Can be used for everyday maintenance or as part of a pre-clean preparation routine.



- Worldwide Footwear Orders - INCLUDED IN PRICE

UK Care Product & Accessory orders up to £150 - £15

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- Stitchdown Collection Orders - 12-15 weeks

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The four main shoemaking stages once an order is placed...


The ‘clicking’ or cutting process as it is also known is the very start of your shoes being made, the leather is cut into the shapes that make up your silhouette either by hand or on a press.


Once all the components of the shoe are cut they go through several processes that are essential to the construction then they are sewn together to make the upper.


A last is a template form that is unique to each shoe size and style, the upper is pulled onto the last to give it the final shape of the shoe ready for a sole to be fitted. Once the sole is fitted the shoe will have it’s complete form.

Shoe Rooming

The final stage of the factory process your shoes go through the hands of our quality checkers and the finish is applied to the leather or suede to finish the shoe and ensure it looks it’s absolute best.