General Care Tips
Love your shoes longer with these helpful tips:
Step-by-step Cleaning Guide
For PVC, Leather, Patent Leather, Laminated Leather, and Velvet
Required Items: Soft Bristle Brush, Mild Soap & Water, White Cloth, Cotton Swab
Gently remove dust/dirt with soft bristle brush
Use a soft bristle brush to gently remove dust or dirt from the boot. Never use a harsh bristle brush because it could damage the material.
Gently remove stains with soap & water
Dip a white cloth into a solution of mild soap and lukewarm water and use it to gently remove liquid or mud stains. Never pour the solution directly onto the boot.
For velvet, a dry cleaner spray may be used in lieu of water and soap.
For leather (not patent or laminated), follow up by moisturizing the leather with a neutral colored cream or conditioner for leather. For extra shine, polish the shoe using a soft bristle brush or white cloth.
Clean areas with stitching
Use a small cotton swab to clean areas with stitching and along the edges of the shoe. Do not let water remain on stitching for more than a few seconds.
Clean the interior
Clean the interior of the boot with a white cloth dipped in warm water. Never use any cleaning creams on the interior of the boot.