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do i need to oil my leather jacket???

i have had my leather jacket since december and it seems to already look worn. is there an oil or something that i can put on my jacket to keep new looking or at least make it not look a few years old?? its a icon so its not cheaply made. thanks,
troy
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i have had my leather jacket since december and it seems to already look worn. is there an oil or something that i can put on my jacket to keep new looking or at least make it not look a few years old?? its a icon so its not cheaply made. thanks,
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Lexol leather conditioner and preservative is the best.
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What I have found to be the best stuff out is Doc Baileys Leather Tonic. I get it from this guy's site. He has top notch service and is into selling anything bike related that people want.

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what he meant to say is that he paid a ton for it so by the normal american standard it should look better than it does...


silly consumer.
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hahahaahaha... o yea everytime i see ur post up i always have to look at ur girl picture u have on the bottom
I always thought his posts were blank... all i can ever concentrate on is that pic
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I use saddle soap but idk if it is the best thing to use my dad uses it on his thirty year old danner boots. I am one to stick with the familar..
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i have had my leather jacket since december and it seems to already look worn. is there an oil or something that i can put on my jacket to keep new looking or at least make it not look a few years old?? its a icon so its not cheaply made. thanks,
troy

Icon does that because it looks cool. You know, it's like the worn A&F look....
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