- shaving enthusiast
I am not a shaving enthusiast, just a guy who appreciates a close shave. I've had my old brush for years, and have forgotten how much of a difference a good brush makes. I bought this one because it looked good, and was synthetic. I love it. Lots of foam, and the shave is really close. My kids used to tease me about being scratchy, they are happier now.
A fantastic ���Classic��
Purchased this for my husband. He says ���Love this brush, excellent knot, the synthetic ���angel hair ��� has great backbone while feeling soft, and the handle has that classic notstaligic aesthetic, and is also the colors of my favorite hockey team (Go Coyotes!)��.
This brush has been my go to brush. It has the the classic old school look with the modern performance of a great synthetic knot.
Well made. It is a
Well made. It is a little softer than I would like, but it does not shed, and comes back to it original shape after drying
I have a Omega silvertip, a fine badger from Vintage Blades, a Omega synthetic, and the red/white and black/clear handled Fine brushes. The Fines both perform the same. Of all of these, the Fines performance is outstanding in producing a lather. They also have the added benefit of quick drying, and do not hold any odors. The silvertip is probably the best performer, but has absolutely no backbone to it, so it's kind of floppy. It's also more than double the price. If you are new to traditional shaving, or are just looking to add to what you have, this is a must have. Super soft, performs great, and is very inexpensive for what you get. I'm surprised they are asking more for these brushes because they are that good. I'm glad I bought the black/clear one since it appears those are no longer available. The new black ones are all black. I introduced my son and son-in-law to traditional shaving, and bought them each a kit. It included this brush, because of performance, ease of use, and pricepoint.