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Boar and Horse Shaving Brushes

Both boar hair and horse hair are popular brushes among men who wet shave and are generally less expensive than badger hair. While they retain less water than badger hair, there are some great benefits. Boar hair is a stiffer brush hair that softens with use. Horse hair is a softer option. Both certainly whip up a great lather!

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Boar and Horse Shaving Brushes Reviews
Suprisingly compact brush!
Semogue 1520 Pure Bristle Shaving Brush At first qhen i recieved i doubted wether i doubtef wether or not i would like the knot size... but after a couple of uses the brush began to break in and now its one of my favorite and is my dault shave bruah for the work week... great for a quick two pass shave... honestly if its a semouge product your always going to get the best boar brush around
Excellent brush and service
Semogue 620 Pure Bristle Shaving Brush Excellent brush and service
Awesome little guy, just like me
Omega 11047 Banded Boar Shaving Brush This is an awesome little brush. Seems quite small compared to most others, mainly because of the little handle. The Knot is also smaller than most, but not that much. The badger/boar bristle combination give it good backbone and a little scratch, but not too much. The smaller size makes it easier to rinse after using. I’m a small guy, with small hands and face, but I’m sure it will work great for big guys too, especially if you have small hands :)
Semogue 1470 Pure Bristle Shaving Brush Great little brush at a great price!
SOC bristle brush
Semogue Owners Club Pure Bristle Shaving Brush, Cherry Handle My wet shaving started 35yrs ago with a Kent-BKL12. That serviced well above 25yrs and still exists today, in marveleous condition. Though knowing abt bristle brushes, I never got one until 4yrs ago. Amongst bristle producers, Semogue is the best and today I own 2 SOC bristle brushed as well as 2 SOC-badger one's. For their pricerange, they are unbeatable and the performance of both badger and bristle are top notch. My most go to SOC-brushes are, in fact, the bristle one's. Once broken in they offer similar softness as badger, but they are stiffer, which I prefer for exfoliating the skin. Yes, naturally they hold lesser water than badger, but that's not a bid deal. Great brushes, even greater value for money...
Great Brush!
Omega 10066 Boar Shaving Brush I decided to try this brush because the inexpensive badger brush I have sheds like crazy. This Omega is a good size and will soften up a bit with use, but still stay firm enough for exfoliation and great lathering. It even holds water better than my badger! It has become my every-day shaving brush.
OMEGA 10098
Omega 10098 Professional Boar shaving Brush In my collection there are several Omega boar brushes. Even the barberpole Italian flag handle, which comes near in size. Although most others have lighter colour 'premium' hair compared to 10098, the 10098 by far is the better latherer. Its the combination of the handle with a thick stirdy bunch of 'workpig' bristles, I guess. The old barbers knew what they needed... If I would have known this earlier, it would have saved me quite some money.
Love it
Omega 11047 Banded Boar Shaving Brush Had been using one for a year or so, but accidentally left it in a hotel room after an early check out. Got home and bought two more, one for the travel kit and one for the house. Best brush for the money.
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