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Shoe Care Guide

Accessories for Boots

Taking proper care of a pair of boots requires a special set of accessories. Contrary to ordinary shoes, boots must be kept in shape from the top to the bottom of the shaft. Boot stretchers are therefore necessary for preventing creases from forming around the ankle section. In so doing, boots will remain looking almost like new. Another accessory that keeps this type of footwear in good shape is the boot jack. Using these accessories does not however replace a regular leather care treatment that is normally carried out on regular shoes. See our shoe polishing lessons to learn how to care for both your shoes and boots.

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  • Boot Jack

    The boot jack is a must-have accessory for anyone who has difficulty in removing their boots. It is made up of two sections. The first section features a U-shape for inserting the heel of your boot, while the second section is used for placing the weight of your other foot in order to keep the boot jack firmly on the ground. When used correctly, you will be able to pull your foot upwards while standing up, without getting hurt or dirtying your hands. The boot jack is available in wood, cast iron or plastic.

  • Boot Stretchers

    The boot stretchers are a must-have accessory for keeping the proper shape of boots. They are available in different shapes and help to keep boots straight and taut from the ankle right up to the knee. Of course, the use of this accessory does not in any way replace the regular care treatment required for footwear. The boot stretchers act as a sort of shoe tree for boots and ankle boots. They can also be used in combination with foam pads to keep the entire boots in its proper shape.