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Cowboy Boots

Posted on Saturday, February 19, 2011 in Mens Clothing

Cowboy Boots
Cowboy Boots

With the way fashion is going, mens cowboy boots are a staple for any man out there. Western boots were traditionally worn by cowboys. They are a type of riding boots with a rounded or pointed toe, a long shaft, and high heels to prevent the boots from slipping from the stirrups. Nowadays, whether you come from the West or not, men’s cowboy boots have become quite popular. And just about anybody can go ahead and wear them.

Western boots are particularly durable, so purchasing a pair would be considered one of your greatest wardrobe investments ever. These boots are perfect to use in any kind of weather, enduring harsh rains and winter chills. However, mens western boots can be quite pricey. Most especially if we’re talking about authentic vintage mens western cowboy boots. So to protect your investment, proper care must be observed to keep the lifetime of your boots to the maximum.

Originally, cowboy boots were made from cowhide leather. But nowadays, skins such as alligator, snake, lizard, ostrich, elk and buffalo are being utilized. Each type of skin has its own methods of caring. Generally, dirt and dust should be brushed off, and a damp cloth is useful for wiping mud away. But for more specific care methods, here are some tips for each kind of skin:

• Cowhide leather – Cowhide leather is one of the most durable materials that can be used for boots. However, this is still prone to discoloration after long-term use. Keep your boots vibrant and looking new all the time by using a shoe color cream that matches the color of your boots. After cleaning, apply a leather conditioner.

• Suede – Suede boots are softer and more prone to damage compared to the other skins. Suede boots are usually used for indoor activities rather than outdoors because these can easily be damaged when wet or when mud sticks to them. Even so, boots made of suede are still quite popular due to the comfort that they offer. To care for your suede boots, make sure to use a stain protector. Using a nylon brush for sweeping dust of the boots would also be a brilliant idea.

• Ostrich leather – A lanolin based leather conditioner would be best to use for these. Polish off with a neutral shoe creme for a great finish.

• Alligator and Snake Skin- More solid than ostrich leather and suede, alligator and snake skins are more resistant against water and liquids. Use a reptile conditioner for these. And when you clean these boots, make sure to do it thoroughly to prevent dust from settling in between scales.

Show your boots everyday care, and for sure these boots will return you the favor and last much longer than expected. Quality brands such as Lucchese mens cowboy boots and Justin mens cowboy boots are a great buy, and with proper care, you might just be able to pass them on to your son.

Rihanio Amine can give you more tips on how to care for your vintage cowboy boots. If you want to know more about the topic visit his website at http://www.menscowboyboots.org/

What is the easiest/cheapest/cleanest way to make brown cowboy boots BLACK?

Have an old pair of brown cowboy boots that I want to be black. Should I use spray paint, shoe polish, what?

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