Best Thing To Clean Suede Shoes With in 2021
New Balance Boys' 888v2 Running Shoe, Black/Grey, 7.5 M US Toddler
Stick-on suede soles for high-heeled shoes, with industrial-strength adhesive backing. Resole old dance shoes or convert your favorite heels to perfect dance shoes. [SUEDE-LA-tan-r01]
- Turn your favorite high heels into suede-soled dance shoes or replace worn-out suede soles on existing dance shoes.
- Enjoy the ideal friction properties of suede soles when dancing on well-maintained and clean wood dance floors - at a fraction of the price of new suede-soled dance shoes. Suede soles should not be worn on any surface other than clean wood dance floors.
- Don't fuss with messy, smelly glues. No glue is needed for this product. Just peel off the protective liner from the self-adhesive backing and apply your new suede soles to your shoes. It is really that simple!
- Don't worry about cutting the right shape out of a sheet of suede. We shaped these soles optimally for fitting most high-heeled ladies' shoes while providing a superb dance experience. Still, if the soles are too big, you can cut the excess with regular household scissors.
- RELATED PRODUCTS: We also offer suede stick-on dance soles for flat shoes, as well as sheets of suede, all with industrial-strength adhesive backing. Just enter "Soles2dance Suede" (without quotation marks) in the Amazon search window to see all our adhesive-backed suede soles and adhesive-backed suede sheets.
New Balance Boys' 888v1 Running Shoe, Black/Thunder, 5 M US Big Kid
- Split Suede/Mesh Upper
- Removable Insert
New Balance KL574 Sneaker, Purple, 6.5 M US Big Kid
- Lightweight eva midsole
- External heel counter
Yushulin Wooden Suede Sole Shoe Brush Ballroom Shoe Brush Dancing Shoes Cleaner Cleaning Brush for Dance Shoes Dancing Shoes Brush
- Material: wood; length: 17cm/6.7inch
- Package include 1pc Suede Sole Shoe Brush
- Great to clean ballroom shoes, dance shoes, Latin dance shoes etc.
- Designed with a black bristle cover, you can keep it in a shoe bag without harming the other things
- A useful tool for dancers to keep your twirls smooth and your glides graceful
TriNova Shoe Cleaner Kit - Tennis, Sneaker, Boots, More - Premiun Cleaning to Remove Dirt and Stains. Free Brush 8OZ
- ☑️ SAFE AND EFFECTIVE - wont damage shoe surface, great remover of stains and dirt
- ☑️ MULTI-SURFACE APPLICATION - works on most surfaces including cloth, leather, vinyl, fabric, sole & more
- ☑️ FREE BRUSH - Instead of wiping your shoes with an old rag, use a premium brush to get dirt out of all the nooks and crannies of your favorite shoes
- ☑️ CLEANS ALL TYPES OF SHOES - hiking boot, black, olive, espadrille, runners, walking, bike, pumps, clydes, and more!
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New Balance Women's 300v2 Court Shoe Sneaker, Sandstone/White, 6.5 B US
- Court-inspired style: The New Balance Crt300 Lifestyle shoes take the classic NB tennis Shoe silhouette and reinvent it for everyday wear. As part of the court Classics collection, these shoes have a look that gives off a feeling of effortless cool
- Revlite midsole: made to provide comfort and support without weighing you down, these casual shoes feature a RevLite midsole that delivers incredibly lightweight cushioning. You'll want to reach for these comfortable kicks every day
- Quality craftsmanship: these lightweight sneakers feature the high-quality New Balance craftsmanship that's been celebrated for over one hundred years. Carefully-selected materials and technical elements come together for a great all-around shoe
- Comfort and durability: The durable rubber sole on these comfortable shoes makes them a dependable option for long-term wear. Enjoy these as your daily sneakers and feel The difference from quality construction and technical cushioning
- Customize your look: Available in a wide selection of colors, materials and DESIGN details, there's a Crt300 for everyone. Whether your personal style is bold and adventurous or neutral and laid-back, choose a style that speaks to you
Scotchgard Suede & Nubuck Protector, 7 Ounces, 7 Oz
- Helps repel precipitation and oil on suede and nubuck leather items
- Safe to use on all types/colors of suede and nubuck leather. Not intended for use on smooth, finished leathers
- Ideal for use on footwear, coats, gloves, hats, accessories and more
- Simple, one-step application dries odorless and resists salt stains
- Reapply Scotch Gard Suede & Nubuck Protector when your item is no longer repelling water or every six months
Dr. Martens Men's Wonder Balsam 85ml, No Color, One Size
- Wax formulated to nourish, condition, and protect leather
- Made in the USA
Sof Sole Mink Oil for Conditioning and Waterproofing Leather, 3.5-Ounce
- Mink oil for WaterProofing, conditioning, and preserving leather goods
- Ideal for leather boots, shoes, purses, jackets, hats, baseball gloves, saddles and harnesses
- The oil creates a WaterProof barrier against the elements and helps to protect leather by preventing Water, salt, and perspiration stains
- Easy to use and dries within minutes; may darken some leathers, test first in an inconspicuous area
- Resealable tin contains 3.5 ounces of mink oil; tin measures 3.5 x 3.5 x 1 inches and weighs 0.34 pounds
Elvis Songs: Blue Suede Shoes
All the details about Elvis' classic, "Blue Suede Shoes"! Get the back-story, all the facts, and my humble opinion about it!
Written by:Carl Perkins
Recorded: January 30, 1956, RCA Studios, New York.
Another version recorded April 28, 1960 for the soundtrack of G.I. Blues
Single: w/ "Tutti Frutti", RCA 47-6636, September 1956
Also re-released as Gold Standard Series, 447-0609, March 1959
Highest U.S. Charts Positions:
#24 on Top 100 Pop Singles chart
#20 on Top Sellers in Stores chart
#24 on Most Played By Jockeys chart
These chart positions reflect release on EP Elvis Presley, EPA-747, March 1956, rather than the single release in September.
1st LP release:Elvis Presley - March 13, 1956
(Another version released on G.I. Blues - October 1960)
Just my opinion. Give me yours.
When someone is asked to name Elvis songs, "Blue Suede Shoes" is likely to be one of the first songs they come up with. Although it's certainly one of the songs most identified with Elvis, it was never technically a "gold record", since the single didn't sell over a million (during Elvis' lifetime. It has now). Because of this, it was not included on Elvis' Golden Records in 1958, nor did it show up on either of the "greatest hits" 4-LP boxed sets that came out in 1970 and 1971 (Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits). So, if you were just becoming a fan in the '70s (like I was), you could only get this original recording by finding the Gold Standard "oldies" re-release version of the single (which I did), or by buying Elvis' first album, Elvis Presley (which I also did, eventually).
In spite of this early lack-of-certified-gold status, "Blue Suede Shoes" is forever tied to Elvis, and that goes for the origin story too! Although Carl Perkins wrote it, recorded it and had the original hit with the song, the inspiration to write it seems to have come from a night in 1955 when Elvis, Carl and Johnny Cash were performing in Amory Mississippi. That night Johnny told Carl of an Air Force sergeant he had named C.V. White, who would often ask Johnny how he looked, and say, "Just don't step on my blue suede shoes!", although he was wearing his Air Force uniform and regulation shoes. After telling Carl the story, he suggested Carl write a song about it, but Perkins wasn't sure how to write a song about shoes.
In December of 1955, Carl and his brothers were playing for a dance when he noticed a boy dancing with a beautiful young girl. He overheard the boy say to the girl, "Uh-uh! Don't step on my blue suedes!" Amused that a boy would rank his shoes higher than a gorgeous girl, he finished writing "Blue Suede Shoes" that night. He wanted to use a nursery rhyme to start it out, and toyed with the idea of something based on "Little Jack Horner" or "a spider going up the wall", but settled on the now-familiar intro:
Well, it's one for the money, two for the show,
Three to get ready, now go, man, go!
When recording it at Sun Studio, Sam Phillips had one suggestion: change that last line to "Go, cat, go!" Released on January 1, 1956, Carl's version of "Blue Suede Shoes" quickly became a hit regionally and was soon giving Elvis' "Heartbreak Hotel" a run for its money nationally, especially after Carl appeared on The Perry Como Show.
Elvis recorded his version of "Blue Suede Shoes" on January 30, 1956, in his second session for RCA Victor. Elvis performed it on television in February and early March, and with each TV appearance, the song was beginning to be identified with Elvis as much as with Carl. On March 21, Carl was in a car accident, and was unable to perform for months. A week earlier, March 13, Elvis' version of "Blue Suede Shoes" kicked off Side 1 of his debut album, Elvis Presley. RCA had originally earmarked it as a possible single release, but Steve Sholes at RCA promised Sam Phillips that he would postpone it long enough for Carl's version to continue its success. As it turned out, Carl's version made it to number one on the singles charts and went gold, while Elvis' first album went to the top of the album charts and went gold! It was a win-win!
Although Carl's version is definitive rockabilly at its finest, Elvis takes it and makes it his own, vocally adding a lot more energy. Elvis does the intro differently, too. While Carl hits a dead stop after each of the first two lines, Elvis continues in rhythm through both lines, losing none of the momentum before launching into the main chorus. Together with Scotty Moore's guitar solos, it's turned into a rock-n-roll classic. Any Elvis "greatest hits" package available today almost certainly includes "Blue Suede Shoes".
Elvis recorded a new version in 1960 for the soundtrack of G.I. Blues, to fit into a scene in the film. Elvis' character and his band are playing in a German pub when another G.I. says he'd rather hear "an original", goes to the jukebox and selects "Blue Suede Shoes" by Elvis Presley. This, of course, leads to a fight scene. Although this is only four years later than his previous recording, it sounds like a diluted version of the original.
For his 1968 Comeback Special, he recorded a couple of versions of the song, all of them powerful. His voice was in great shape, and he was obviously enjoying his performances, really biting into the song. Unfortunately, this would be about the last time he would devote much energy to it. In his return to Las Vegas in 1969, he did open with the song, and it still had some punch. He would continue to perform "Blue Suede Shoes" in his concert appearances, throughout the rest of his career, but it would mostly be an obligatory run-through of the song, without much care. He knew he had to do it, though. What's an Elvis performance without "Blue Suede Shoes"?!
What did the critics and fans say?
'Blue Suede Shoes', with its driving rhythm, is a classic rock'n'roll record. The barely-controlled power of Presley's performance is made all the more enthralling by deliberate mispronunciation of some consonants. This gives the song a quality of bravado - a couldn't-care-less attitude - but it is clear that every quaver is sincerely meant by Presley. Scotty Moore's guitar is remarkable: he 'bends' chords flat to tilt the song in the rhythm-and-blues direction, and his guitar licks in verse 2 build the energy, until by the third verse it really burns.
Robert Matthew-Walker, Elvis Presley - A Study In Music, 1979
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"Blue Suede Shoes" Lyrics
Well, it's one for the money,
Two for the show,
Three to get ready,
Now go, cat, go.
But don't you step on my blue suede shoes.
You can do anything but lay off of my Blue suede shoes.
Well, you can knock me down,
Step in my face,
Slander my name
All over the place.
Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh,
Honey, lay off of my shoes
Don't you step on my Blue suede shoes.
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes.
You can burn my house,
Steal my car,
Drink my liquor
From an old fruit jar.
Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh,
Honey, lay off of my shoes
Don't you step on my blue suede shoes.
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes.