Help answer questions Learn more. The conditioner will take a few hours to dry and depending on how stiff the boots still are after step 1, you may want to add a second coat.
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View the discussion thread. Obviously if the boots still will be getting wet then don't bother drying them until you can get to camp.
It is what I was trained to do in preperation for long ruck marches to help prevent blisters. Then take your boots to the beach and splash salt water not piss lmao on them until the outside is wet and you just start to feel the water creeping through the boot.
Labour about to split? This will help the conditioner soak in to the actual leather, rather than fighting its way through the suede fibers to the pores below.
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When at camp, after absorbing the majority of the water, wear the boots around while setting up camp, cooking, etc. Cleaning Fabrics. I'm thinking of switching from old and heavy army boots to modern trekking ones. He is a regular sportsman and sports is his passion of life!
I see yours a suede, they look nice a supple. Dip a cloth into the mixture and wipe it over your boots. A typical camp towel will work, but not nearly as effectively. Crisscross Layered Earrings - Utilizing color changes between layers in 3D prints.