Footwear should be allowed to dry naturally before they are stored and should not be stored near any heat source.
Footwear should be stored at temperatures not exceeding 86 degrees F. and in normal humidity (below 70%)
Cordura Boots: Use a soft brush to remove dirt and cleaned with mild soap and warm water. When dry, apply a coat of water repellent. This will help to maintain the color and camo pattern.
Leather Boots: Use a soft brush to remove dirt; polish may be applied to cover scuffs. Use a good leather conditioner or a very light coat of oil to keep your leather from drying and cracking.
Duty Shoes and Boots: Use black paste polish and a good leather conditioner about 3 times a year.
Suede Shoes and Boots: First remove the dirt with the help of small suede brush. Apply some suede protector and clean it with a specialized cleaner.
Patent Leather Shoes and Boots: Clean it with a soft, damp cloth using diluted detergent. Add petroleum jelly to give it a shine. In the end buff it properly to remove the excess petroleum jelly.
Hand Sewn Shoes and Boots: Remove loose dirt with a soft brush. Use a paste polish to cover scuffs. Apply a water repellent spray and a good leather conditioner about two times a year.
Insoles and Footbeds: Remove foot beds from footwear after use. This allows perspiration to evaporate.