We recommend taking care of how many days in a row you would wear the boots. Rotate wear days to allow the boots to dry completely from any moisture.
To condition the boots, it is recommended to use a water-based conditioner every 2 months to avoid color changes. Oil-based conditioners are great moisturizers but can permanently alter the color of the leather.
To polish, we recommend a neutral wax-based polish in order to match original color.
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Yes! Ive West boots use the highest quality materials such as a construction of ¾ Goodyear welt. Once you wear through the leather outsole, your local cobbler can repair and replace the outsole. We, however, do not offer in-house resoling.
Conditioning is recommended at least every 2 months, which may leave a slight 'matte' finish. Brickmore´s Bick 4 conditioner is very recommendable. Here are the following instructions:
Polishing should be used after conditioning or based on preference. If the boots are clean and you don’t have time for conditioning, a light use of spray shine would work fine. A neutral polish is recommended to avoid mismatched colors. How to polish:
Leather soles wear out from a few months to years depending on wearer, physical and outdoor conditions. Your local cobbler can do a great resoling, recommending a half-sole resole. This can run from $50-$100 depending on the cobbler.