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Bolster Your Winter Boots

November 26, 2019

When precipitation starts—whether you’re in a foggy, rainy part of the country or a snowy one—you’ll want to reach for the warmest, dryest boots you have. To help them last longer and keep them smelling fresh, make sure the insides are protected by Smelly Shoe Spray. In Colorado, big snow storms are followed by weeks […]

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Spring Into Fresh Shoes

March 20, 2017

Depending on where you live, it either feels like we’re pretty squarely in spring, or you’ve had a bunch of snow dumped on you (or other precipitation). In both scenarios, your boots probably need a touch up. If you’ve had lots of severe weather, your warm, waterproof shoes have probably seen a lot of use. […]

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Stinky piggies are only cute when you’re a baby. Once you’re adult, having foot odor is embarrassing. And once fall comes, summer sandals go away and feet sweat quietly in your boots, waiting for you to take them off and expose the smell. Here in Colorado, we can have snow and sunshine all in one […]

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The First Step Of Boot Care

January 14, 2014

Hopefully, you winterized your boots when you got them—protecting the leather or suede from the snow that we’ve been seeing so much of lately. But that doesn’t mean care stops there. Sweat from shoveling (or just body heat under layers of clothes) can take its own toll on the inside of boots. And with this […]

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