Leather Care

How to Lengthen the Life of Your Boots

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.

A QUICK GUIDE TO

Cleaning Leather

Leather

Conditioning

Specific Leathers

Waxed Flesh

One of our core leathers, includes Java, Chestnut and Black Waxed Flesh.

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Shrunken Bison

Tanned American Bison hides, shrunken for epic texture.

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Horse Rump

Exceptional, resilient leather with a tight grain, from the rear of the horse.

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Rambler

A waxed suede from England, in punchy colors.

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Waxy Commander

Waterproof leather with almost no maintenance required.

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Moose

A very, very comfortable leather, in unique colors.

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Rough Out

Using the inverted side of the hide reveals a nappy texture, with different conditioning needs.

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Mohawk

Another waxed leather from across the pond.

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Kudu

An antelope from Africa, whose bush-life creates interesting surface markings.

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Teacore

Inspired by vintage motorcycle jackets, a soft black leather with tan underbelly.

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Calf

Supremely supple, exquisite calf leather, in subtle colorations.

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Dublin

A vegetable-tanned leather with a waxed finish, marked by its high oil-content.

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Questions about care?

If the above doesn't supply you with all the info you need, please reach out and we'll get you sorted!