Pedag Black Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush
Crew How-To: Using your Pedag Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush
Staffer Ty Unthank shows you how to use the Pedag Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush to give your umpire or referee shoes the most professional appearance.
Works great for getting dirt and gunk off shoes. Wouldn’t mind it being smaller, or have multiple sizes. My hands are on the smaller side so getting a solid grip isn’t always easy. But phenomenal tool, I recommend all umpires have this brush.
Good shoe brush, nothing special. You can find one anywhere for around the same price. Awesome add-on if you're trying to meet free shipping.
Great product. Essential for immediately removing the loose dirt from shoes just after a game and making it easier to keep them in condition.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||What is the difference between the black and the grey brush?|
– Michael Nicotera
A: The difference will be the color of the brush hairs and the Pedag logo is stamped to the wooden section.– Renee Gnagie
Customer Service Lead
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