MongrelÂ Suede &Â Nubuck ProtectorÂ Spray
Highly effective water and oil repellent Promotes longer life for footwear 200ml atomiser spray bottle.
Boot Care instructions
- Remove dirt and grime from the leather upper with a damp cloth or soft brush, and leave the boots to dry at room temperature
- Apply a leather polish, dubbin, or cream to the leather liberally in a circular motion
- Buff or wipe any excess residue from the dubbin or polish, and again leave the boots to dry at room temperature away from sunlight or artificial heat.
- Repeat the above regularly or as needed to ensure the leather remains soft and nourished
Suede & Nubuck:
- Using a suede or nubuck brush, gently brush the leather in order to remove any dirt; grime or light stains. This will also help to maintain the nap
- Using a gum eraser, remove any stubborn scuffmarks by rubbing the affected area.
- Apply suede or nubuck cleaner to any area of the boot that has deep stains that you wish to remove, and allow to dry
- Once clean, apply Mongrel suede and nubuck protector to the boots as per the instructions on the bottle and allow to dry thoroughly.
- We always recommend applying Mongrel suede and nubuck protector to your boots when new, as well as regularly throughout their lifespan.
- Store your boots in a dry, and well ventilated area away from sunlight
- Boot soles should be cleaned of any dirt or manure etc. regularly with water
- If your boots get wet, dry them at normal room temperature away from sunlight and any artificial heat sources such as fires and heaters (as this will dry the leather out and may cause it to crack or shrink)
- Allow the leather to dry naturally before treating
- Condition your boots using the above steps before use when they are new
- Avoid storing your boots in humid conditions
- When coming into contact with any chemicals or other liquids, always clean and condition the boots immediately
- We recommend regularly following the above boot care tips to keep the leather soft and nourished
Online shopping - how to get the perfect fit?
STEP 1 - Foot length
The best way to do this is to stand barefoot on a piece of paper and mark where your longest toe ends.
Measure your foot length in millimetres from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe
Repeat this step with both feet, and use the largest measurement to calculate your size from the chart above.
STEP 2 - Need some width?
For those with a wider foot, we suggest you select a half size up.
STEP 3 - Trying them on!
When you receive your boots, try them on while you’re wearing the socks or stockings you will typically wear with your boots.
Ensure you’re standing up, and try them on a carpeted surface so the bottom of the boots are protected.
Need more info?
If you are still not sure about what size would be right for you, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We've all been there, you open the boots and the laces haven't been done up and you have no idea how to do it.Did you know that there are 6 ways to lace up your boots depending on the shape or health of your feet?Our friends at Steel Blue have created the lacing guide below that perfectly sums up the different ways to lace up your boots.Please remember to always get another pair of laces, the last thing you need is a blow out!
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