|These wedge-heeled boots in perforated leather are perfect for any occasion.
Type: Ankle boots
Made in the EU
Style: Round toe
Heel: 5cm, wedge
Season: Autumn/Winter 2013
Demo, an up-and-coming leather brand, stands out with its bold style. New and updated versions of classic styles are their speciality, and their collection is so detail-oriented and elegant that everyone will find a pair of shoes that speaks to their aesthetic.
Ankle boots in cow leather
Very flexible while providing good support
- Leather Boot care: Leather boots should always be treated and conditioned. By treating them, you add to the manufacturer’s treatments. Before wearing your boots for the first time you should always condition them with a good quality leather cream, much like moisturising your skin. Once the cream has been absorbed you should add a layer of leather wax, applying it generously around seams and joints, as this acts as a waterproof barrier. Use a hair dryer on a very low setting to warm the boots gently around the seams and joints. This way the wax will soak into the pores. Lastly, you should apply a protector spray, which adds some extra waterproofing. You’ll need to repeat these treatments on a regular basis.
- Boot Cleaning: If your boots have laces, remove them first so you can clean around the eyelets and remove dirt from the tongue area. When removing the laces examine them to avoid any breakage during wear. If the boots are dry use a boot brush to remove as much dirt as possible. Be relatively gentle but firm when cleaning away the dirt and debris. Once the dirt has been removed, use a damp cloth to wipe the surface of the boots to remove any residue. If the boots are covered in wet mud, hold the boots under slow running water and use a brush to remove the dirt. Wipe over with a cloth to remove excess moisture. Take care that no water enters the boots and let them dry before treating.