First things first, clean all the mud, grass and other bits and pieces off your boots with a soft brush or damp cloth (be careful not to saturate the leather).
Leave your boots to air dry naturally. Drying your boots with a hairdryer, placing them near a heater or in direct sun can cause the leather to shrink.
Apply Boot Wax with a clean, dry cloth in a circular motion and wipe away any excess
Leather Wax Protector
Treating your boots to a good polish up before the first wear and regularly after that will improve the water repellance, provide all weather protection to non-waterproof leather and increase the longevity of your Rossi’s.
Full grain leather boots love our Boot Wax made from a custom made blend of natural beeswax, tanner’s neat foot oil and metal stearate for the protection of your boots (it’s also silicone free!).
Cleaning Suede Boots
Grab yourself a soft bristle or crepe rubber suede brush from a reputable shoe shop or boot repairer near you and scrub off any dirt and scuff marks.
Dampen the brush a little and gently clean the problem areas, add a little suede cleaner if necessary.
Remove excess moisture with a clean cloth and leave to air dry