Leather Care

Generally speaking, water and a clean cloth go a long way toward keeping your boots in tip top shape. Our basic leather care is broken down into two processes: cleaning and conditioning.

  1. Regularly clean up stains and dust
  2. Regularly wipe the surface of the shoe with shoe polish
  3. Wipe your shoes after long wear to keep them in good condition
  4. Do not immersein water for a long time

Cleaning Leather

1. Using a horse hair brush, lightly brush to remove any debris, dust and dirt from the uppers.

2. Take a wet-but-not-dripping, clean cloth to further release any stubborn dirt, and pickup all additional buildup.

3. If there is dirt or mud thickly caked on that does not come off with just water, we recommend Saddle Soap. Apply with a damp cloth, rubbing a small amount into a lather on the cloth, using gentle pressure to lift persistent dirt from the leather.

4. Using a clean, dry cloth, remove any excess water and/or excess Saddle Soap, if used.

5. Air dry only — quickly drying with heat can shrink, deform and otherwise crack the leather.

Suede Exception: for any suede boots, do not use Saddle Soap, and instead use a special suede brush that will smooth and even out the nap (the fine fibers standing up on the surface) of the suede.





LEATHER Conditioning

Just like your skin, leather becomes dry and needs to be reconditioned to retain its strength, prevent cracking and therefore prolong its lifespan. Frequency of conditioning is dependent on three things: the leather, your lifestyle and the climate in which you live.

For frequently worn boots, you may want to condition as often as four times a year. If your boots sit amongst a collection of boots — resulting in infrequent wear — they may not need conditioning for years.

Signs that your boots need to be conditioned include stiffness or a feeling of dryness to the touch. Leather should never be allowed to get so dry that visible cracking occurs on the surface.


Due to the particular finishing and tanning processes,there may be some color discrepancies or fading with the daily use.This is not defect but it has to be appreciated as a peculiarity of each shoe that results in an individual pair for every customer