CARE CENTER OF BOOTS
Mountain Mucks & Low Cut Mucks
How to take care of boots
Treat your vegetable tanned leather Mucks with love and they will reward you with a lifelong friendship.
Remember that the leather in your boots is a natural material and will dry out and crack if not cared for. You should regularly follow our step by step guide.
Step by step guide:
Step 1: Cleaning
Clean your boots with a brush and warm water. If the dirt is stuck deeper in the leather you can use a leather soap to get a deeper cleaning. Dry the boots with a cotton cloth afterwards.
Step 2: Waxing
Use a good quality leather wax to condition and waterproof your Mucks. Especially make sure to work the wax good into the seams. We suggest you use a boot grease containing natural beeswax – one supplier we can recommend is Huberd’s Boot Grease. Apply the grease with your fingers and let it soak into the the leather.
Step 3: Polishing
To get a nice shine you can polish the boot with a horse-hair brush to finish off the job.
A few tips:
› Always remove the inner boot from the outer boot after use and let them dry separated in room temperature.
› From time to time you may need to change your outsole. Please return your boot to us and we will have it re-soled for you.
› Should you also need to repair or change the gaiter in your boot, please send your boot back to us.
Huberd’s Shoe Grease
Take care of your Mucks with the original beeswax treatment known for its superior ability to waterproof and preserve leather. See the users guide below.