Cavender's cowboy boots come in a wide range of styles, materials, and brands. You are sure to find the perfect pair of cowboy boots to suit your style, whether you are looking for traditional leather boots or more modern designs. With a vast array of top brands, toe styles and fits, you are sure to find something that suits your personality and day-to-day needs. If you are looking for something unique, be sure to check out our selection of Exotic Boots. Made from premium materials and designed with quality and comfort in mind, these western cowboy boots are sure to make a statement. No matter what your style, Cavender's has the perfect pair of western boots for you.
Cowboy Boot FAQs
HOW TO BREAK IN COWBOY BOOTS?
Breaking in new cowboy boots can be a challenge. If you are not careful, you can end up with sore feet and blisters. But with a little bit of patience and care, you can make your new boots feel like they have been worn for years.
If you are new to cowboy boots, the process of breaking them in can seem daunting. But do not worry, with a little effort and patience you will be strutting your stuff in no time! Here are a few tips on How To Break In Your New Boots
Start by wearing them around the house for short periods of time. This will help you get used to the feel of the boots and start to stretch them out a bit.
Once you are comfortable walking around in them, try wearing them for longer periods of time. Go for a walk or do some light yard work in them. Slowly increase the amount of time you wear them each day until they are comfortable to wear all day long.
Another way to help break in your cowboy boots is to apply a little bit of mink oil or beeswax to the leather (do not apply this step to exotic skins). This will help soften and condition the leather, making it more pliable and easier to break in.
Finally, be patient! It can take some time to break in cowboy boots, but it is worth it. Once they are broken in, you will have a comfortable pair of boots that will last you for years.
HOW TO CLEAN COWBOY BOOTS?
Cleaning cowboy boots is not as hard as it seems. All you need is a bit of patience and some basic supplies that you can find at Cavender's. Here is a How To Take Good Care Of Your Leather Boots in the most effective way possible.
Wipe down the exterior of your boots with a damp cloth. This will remove any dirt or debris that has accumulated on the surface of your boots.
Mix together a solution of mild soap and water. Use a soft brush to scrub the surface of your boots with this solution. Rinse the boots off with clean water when you are finished.
Apply a small amount of saddle soap to a clean cloth. Rub the saddle soap into the surface of your boots, using circular motions. Rinse the boots off with clean water when you are done.
Apply a thin layer of mink oil to the surface of your boots. Use a clean cloth to rub the mink oil into the leather, using circular motions. Allow the boots to air dry when you are finished.
Apply a thin layer of beeswax to the surface of your boots. Use a clean cloth to rub the beeswax into the leather, using circular motions. Allow the boots to air dry when you are finished.
HOW SHOULD COWBOY BOOTS FIT?
The perfect-fitting cowboy boot should be snug around the base of your foot and your ankle, with just enough room to wiggle your toes. The shaft of the boot (the part that covers your calf) should be comfortable and not too tight. And finally, the boot heel should be snug against your heel, with no gaps.
If you are new to cowboy boots, it is a good idea to try on several different pairs before you buy them, to get a feel for what size and style works best for you. And remember, a well-made pair of cowboy boots will only get more comfortable with time - so do not be afraid to invest in a good pair!