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Parker Chrome Handle Pure Badger Shaving Brush & Stand

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Our 100% Pure Badger shave brush has a long loft brush knot for extra lathering ability. Not as coarse as Black Badger, and more firm than Silvertip Bager, 100% Pure Badger offers an excellent compromise between stiffness and softness. It creates a fabulous lather and we're sure you'll love it.

Manufactured with high quality bristles, this brush will turn your morning shave chore into an enjoyable ritual. Product features include:

  • 100% Pure Badger Bristles
  • 20 mm Brush Knot
  • Heavyweight Chrome Handle - Brush weighs 6 ounces
  • Handmade for Superior Quality
  • Long Loft Bristles for Extra Lathering Ability
  • Lucite Brush Stand Included
  • Packaged in a Gift Box




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  • 5
    Silvertip is worth the extra $$$

    Posted by Jennifer Finch on Aug 24th 2015

    While the Parker Silvertip Badger Brush is more expensive, it is a much better brush than cheaper options I have also owned. First, the brush has not lost a single hair since I bought it. Second, the bristles make a great lather. Finally, the heavy handle makes the brush submerge itself in water when prepping it for shaving. I have been very happy with my purchase.

  • 5
    Drop what you're doing and buy one.

    Posted by Chris B. Burch on Aug 24th 2015

    It's an excellent brush. Very little shedding, absorbs a ton of water, creates a phenomenal lather. Combine it with a good shaving soap (I like Proraso Shaving Soap 5.2 oz (147 g), personally) and a decent razor, and you're well on your way to the best shave of your life. On top of that, you will save money over time because shaving soap is far cheaper than shaving cream. Everyone has his own method, but if you're new to this game, here's mine: Fill half the basin of your sink with the hottest water you can get out of the tap, and place a mug full of this water in the basin. (this allows the mug itself to heat up, which will keep the lather warmer longer.) Let the mug and the brush soak in this water for about two minutes. Squeeze most of the water out of the brush, and swirl your brush in some shaving soap, 4-5 rotations, like you're mixing with a paint brush. No need to overdo it. Then empty most of the hot water out of the mug, saving just enough water to coat the bottom of the mug, and work up a warm, thick lather in the mug, adding water as needed. Then come back and write a review of the best shave of your life.