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roryntp

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roryntp says:

sidi boots

hey,
does anybody know of any good tips to keep sidi lorica (non-leather) boots looking good/waterproofed? i didnt know if it would be good to put leather based treatment on them or if there were and good replacements to use?
cheers!

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mrt502

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mrt502 says:

RoryNTP

Hiya,

I've worn Sidi boots since my CBT (some 10 years now) and all I (well the misses really) uses on any of my kit is Nivea face cream for cleaning and moisterising.

So far I have had 2 pairs of Vertebra's which just weren't waterproof but have proven to be pretty crash proof.  These days I have a pair Vertigo GoreTex which have proven to be 100% waterproof - even when I had to go walking into a boating pond to retrieve a stalled boat!

Hope this helps some.

TTFN

MRT502

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roryntp

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roryntp says:

thanks

cheers fella, i assumed thatd be the case, i'll give it a go and see what happens :)

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