Vallenia Ladies Waterproof Country Boots
The elite choice for waterproof country boots, designed for everyday, all-round use.
Anti Slip Tread
The Vallenia is a fully waterproof leather country boot made from durable, breathable and hard-wearing nubuck leather. These waterproof country boots offer all-day comfort, support and performance on the yard and in the field.
A technical material lines the ladies boots, wicking away moisture and helping to regulate temperature. Within the construction of the design is the HydroGuard waterproof membrane, providing 360˚ all-round protection from the elements; allowing you to brace the weather and terrain without hesitation.
These ladies country boots are set on a hybrid sole – suitable for horse riding, equestrian activities, and country pursuits. The innovative sole and insole retains a dual density foam cushioning system – anatomically designed to reduce strain on the foot. The non-slip tread allows for secure footing on most outdoor surfaces and in the stirrups.
Firstly we recommend you test all products used during the cleaning process on a concealed patch of leather to make sure they are compatible and ensure that they give the desired finish.
Use a soft bristled brush or damp sponge to gently remove dirt build up from around the boot. Pay particular attention to the zip and rim of the sole.
Rinse a cloth in clean lukewarm water and gently wring it out, leaving a fair amount of moisture within it.
We then recommend the use of self-foaming footwear cleaner. Apply foam to the entire outer boot sparingly and carefully wipe away any remaining dirt using a soft circular motion – this will prevent streaking marks.
Using a clean cloth wipe away excess foam.
Leave leather to dry naturally away from direct heat sources.
You may wish to apply a specialist leather wax or cream formula which will help preserve the leathers properties.
As a finishing product we recommend the application of a protective spray which will help guard the leather against water, stains and most importantly urine, which can degrade leather over time.