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Semogue Owners Club Pure Bristle Shaving Brush, Cherry Handle

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Original price $47.49
Original price $47.49 - Original price $47.49
Original price $47.49
Current price $33.24
$33.24 - $33.24
Current price $33.24

Semogue is well known for their boar brushes and this is one of the finest on the market. The bristle and handle are the top of Semogue's product line and sure to exceed your expectations. The handle is a very functional, fitting well within a variety of hand sizes and give the brush a little extra length to avoid lather on your fingers.

Handle: Cherry WoodTotal Height: 116mmLoft: 57mmKnot Diameter: 24mmHair: Boar Bristle

Made in Portugal.

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Achim, G.
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SOC bristle brush

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...

Katie P.
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My husband loved this item!

My husband loved this item!


To boar, or not to boar.

Though i have had this brush for just over a week, It is breaking in very nicely. The forums on this brush say that the bristles in this brush take some time to break in but when it does "it's magic." I for one am very excited because in the short time that I have owned it they have already broken in greatly. Though the handle was surprisingly large, it feels extremely comfortable in the hand. With the larger knot I was worried that it would be hard to control yet it manages better than my smaller brushes. Overall this is an exemplary brush, and I am glad that i finally broke down and bought one. Give in to the pressure, at these prices you will not regret it if you have the patience to break it in a little.


Great Value/Alternative to badge hair

Chose this as my first boar brush. Should last me for years. I rotate this one with a Simpsons Colonel. Very stiff at first, but after a few weeks of use it's starting to perform very well. No hair loss after the first few shaves. I like the cherry handle, gives it a real classy look. With the Simpsons and this SOC I think I have a couple of the best brushes on the market, and without breaking the bank.

Michael B.

Best brush I own

The title says it all. Like a lot of guys I have way too many shaving brushes to have only one face. I'm not a big badger fan. I like the brush to massage my face when I lather. This is the perfect combination of enough backbone to sacrape up hard soaps plus give my face a good massage when lathering, and the large knot holds plenty of soap for a solid 3 or 4 pass shave without getting thin.