Be kind to your boots and they’ll be kind to you. We’ll show you how to take care of your boots so they look better, smell nicer, and last longer. You’ll also learn about the different kinds of boot leather as the type will dictate your boot care approach.
Ah, suede. We love it for its texture but man can it be a pain to manage, especially around salt. Find out how to clean salt off suede boots in 6 simple steps.
Want to get rugged? Come discover the 5 surprising ways you can age and distress your leather boots with little more than a few household items.
Paint on your boots? Don’t stress. You can get paint off leather boots and return your favorite pair to their former glory. Here’s six quick and simple ways.
Man, smelly boots suck. Learn how to get rid of odors in your stinky boots the right way by following one of our six quick and simple methods.
Should you shell out the cash for a pair of snow boots if you’ve already bought rain boots? What are the differences between the two, anyway? Come find out.
Learn what a cedar shoe tree actually does to your boots, the differences between cedar and plastic, and discover the best shoe trees for home and travel.
Yep, boot sweat is pretty gross. Avoid discomfort and potential fungal infections by following this guide on how to keep your feet from sweating in work boots.
Are your boots looking all kinds of sad? In this guide we’ll show you how to use saddle soap properly so you can turn those boots’ frown upside down.
Learn whether Doc Martens are good for snow, if they’re waterproof, and how to waterproof your Doc Martens if you decide to wear them out in the cold anyway.
Squeaky, creaky boots can drive you bananas after no time at all. In this post you’ll learn how to fix squeaky boots with just four tools in 15 minutes or less.
There’s not much that’s more of a bummer than wet boots. Never fear, BootSpy is here. Learn how to dry boots fast with our top five quick and easy methods.
If leather is Batman, dirt and grime is The Joker. Learn how to clean leather boots and return them to their former glory by following these four easy steps.