Whether you need to polish out a minor imperfection in the leather or you are looking to help restore the original luster of your Thursdays after months of adventures, just follow these quick and easy steps!
Note: If you're looking to clean a Terracotta or "Rugged & Resilient" leather (Arizona Adobe, Black Matte, Tobacco, and others), please click here for instructions as these require special care.
1. Prep Your Boots or Shoes
After removing the laces from your boots or shoes, use a clean Microfiber Cloth or Premium Shoe Brush to get rid of any dirt, build-up, or other surface contaminants to ensure a deep and lasting condition.
Leave your boots in a cool, dry area. Drying time may vary depending on the product, but we recommend leaving them out for at least 12 hours. Once it's dry, you're good to go!
Some of our leathers, including Terracotta and most of our "Rugged & Resilient" leathers (Arizona Adobe, Black Matte, Tobacco, Burnt Copper, and others), require special care. To clean these leathers, we recommend you use a Premium Shoe Brush to remove any dirt on the surface, then optionally spray the boot with Leather Cleaner and use a clean Microfiber Cloth to wipe them down. Because these leathers are so unique, we do not recommend applying any conditioning or protective products. If additional cleaning is required, we recommend visiting your local cobbler or shoe repair shop so they can handle this professionally.
Our products are designed for the long haul and may need additional care from time to time. Whether you need a quick shine before the weekend or a full resole of your boots, our network of preferred cobblers was created to ensure you get the service you need so your Thursdays can last a lifetime.