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Wellington Yak Hair Shoe Shine Brush

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Used as a finishing brush, our Wellington Yak Hair Shoe Shine Brushes produce a high gloss effect faster than any other type of brush, including goat and horse hair. Incredibly difficult to manufacture, the yak hair finishing brush is perhaps one of the best and most rare polishing brushes available.

  • 100% Yak Hair from Tibet
  • Large beechwood handle
  • Handle Dimensions: 7.5" x 2.0"
  • Bristles sewn in by hand and fastened with brass wire
  • Virtually no bristle loss
  • Handmade in Berlin, Germany

Shoeshine Brushes

Here at Kirby Allison we are proud to offer the largest collection of luxury shoe polishing accessories in the world. We seek out only the highest-quality items and have them manufactured to our unique specifications. There are two main types of polishing brushes- one is a primary shoe shine brush used for shining shoes and one is a finishing brush used for daily maintenance and touch-ups. Our Horsehair Shoe Polishing Brushes use 100% tail hair. There is no mane and tail. - the finest quality - pinned at a higher density. Not only do they produce a better buff, they do not shed annoying bristles. Our finishing brushes are made with the finest goat and yak hair.

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Shoe Care Guides

Written for both beginners and experts, The Hanger Project’s guides walk you through the journey of learning how to shine shoes properly, ensuring that they will gracefully age for decades.

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Based in Dallas, Texas

Although Kirby Allison travels the world to source product and film videos, we are based here in Dallas, Texas. Our warehouse is open to the public. Feel free to stop by anytime to pick up an order, chat with Kirby Allison, or ask any shoe care questions.