Learn more about taking care of your Old Gringo Boots from Jen, our Customer Service Manager and an Old Gringo Boots Fanatic
To keep your boots in good shape it is recommended that you clean, condition,and protect them. Regularly brush off any loose dirt and dust. Certain leather finishes allow for you to wipe down with a damp cloth but please always test a small area to make sure there will be no damage. If your boots get wet, let them dry naturally. Avoid drying them near heat or direct sunlight. (Direct sunlight will cause them to fade). Conditioning of the leather should occur when it is clean and dry. Too much oil or wax can attract dust and clog the pores causing dryness.
Do not store your boots in damp places and allow them to breathe wherever stored. Applying a water and stain protector is recommended. Always test on a small spot on the inside or inconspicious area of the boot and wait 24 hours before using on the entire boot.
We do not perform any type of re-sole/repair directly. Due to the intricate nature of our boot, we recommend contacting a professional cobbler for such services. If you need additional help or have questions, please feel free to email us at [email protected]
We offer Old Gringo Leather Cleaner, Conditioner & Water and Stain Protector that is highly recommended for your Old Gringo Boots.
Please note that proper care of boots may differ and be unique to the type of leather, finish and worktype a specific style may have. Here are some examples:
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