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Make sure you check the tread on the bottom of your boots you are considering because the more pronounced the tread, the more traction you'll get. This is important for some hikers and hunters, to understand. Caring for Your Boots for Longer Slip on. The first rule in boot maintenance is to place them clean. Brush your shoes or boots regularly to remove soil and mud that can accelerate deterioration. You should use plain old water and a boot cleaner on the outside, yet don't try regular household soaps or detergents. Have a tendency over oil your boots either and if they get soaked, here's a tip: Pack them loosely with newspapers and allow them to dry in a warm place.

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