Product Care

You've committed to taking care of your feet this season with premium, handmade Italian boots from Crispi, now it's time to take care of them. You can prolong the life of any Crispi boot by cleaning and re-waterproofing them at least once a season.

We recommend removing the laces and cleaning the boot first with warm water. Make sure to get dirt out from around the stitching and lace holes. Then, using Crispi's Waterproofing Cream or Spray, apply the solution as directed to keep your boots performing at their peak.

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  1. Laces
    $5.99
  2. Waterproofing Cream
    $16.99
    • 3.4 oz/100 ml
    • Applicator pad included
    • Recommended for full grain and nubuck leather
    • Best suited for: Hunter, Guide, Nevada, Gran Paradiso, Wild Rock, Lapponia, Monaco, Briksdal, Dakota and Oasi/Sniper leather portions. 
    • Will often cause the leather to darken upon application
    • Excellent waterproofing capability
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  3. Waterproofing Spray
    $12.99
    • Recommended for synthetic materials, cordura, suede leather and brushed Nubuk leather. 
    • Best suited for Idaho, Wyoming, Thor, West River, Summit and Sniper/Oasi synthetic materials. 
    • Will often cause the leather to darken upon application
    • Excellent waterproofing capability
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  4. Airmesh EVO Insoles
    $20.00
  5. Active Carbons Insoles
    $17.00
  6. Crispi Logo T
    $19.99
    • *FREE SHIPPING! (shirt orders only)
    • Next Level Men's shirt
    • 60/40 Cotton/Poly blend
    • Your new favorite shirt
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