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Hunting & Fishing Catalogue - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - page 197 - NO LONGER VALID

Hunting & Fishing Catalogue - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - page 197 - NO LONGER VALID

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Hunting & Fishing mailer - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - Sales products - fan, brush, rubber. Page 197.
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BOOT CARE By Mike Stent Hunting & Fishing New Zealand Taupo & Invercargill be o, you have just bought a new pair of boots. They feel good, fit anda timer so ir'sless expensive at 589.99 it's and produces a low radiant heat good and look good, but how do you keep them that way? that dries by convection. Ican put a dripping wet pair of boots on this unit at To get the best lifetime out of boots, irrespective of what night and have them perfectly dry come morning. You can dry boots, shoes brand they are or how much you paid for them, you need to gumboots and even get an adaptor so that you can dry gloves. Drying your boots in this manner will also prolong the life of the socks you wear as the look after them. is completely removed from your footwear The basic principles are: 1) Cleaning 2)Drying 3) Conditioning the leather Thirdly, treating the leather is a must. Most of the higher quality boot manufacturers have, and endorse, their own footwear treatment. What you are basically trying to do here is waterproof your boots and condition the leather With the arrival on to the market of waterproof and breathable linings, the of these things sound really basic,but youwill be surprised athowrequirementof a heavywax type conditioner for leather is no longer needed. many people don't do any of them, and it astounds me how long a boot can actually perform when not looked after. But, do the right thing and you wiltt the true value for money from the product First, when you get in from a hunt, hike or off the ferm and your boots soiled, do give them a bit of a wash. In particular, if they have manure on them wash it off with clean water and a soft brush The absolute worst thing for leather boots is animal dung and urine penetrates the leather and sole unit and potentially breaks down the glue which secures the sole to the boot upper. A lot of manufacturers won't warranty boots used for farm use for this reason, but with some simple cleaning you can still get a good lifetime out of your boots when used on factit isn't desirable to use a wax product for the reason that it "seals" the ather, makingit much more difficult for moisture to transpire through the breathable membrane. A two-stage treatment for the outside of your boots is recommended. Use a spray to waterproof and a cream to condition the leather. Only apply after the boots have dried. For Gortex-type lined boots apply the cream often than the spray as the membrane will keep the water out anyway These three steps to cleaning are very simple and will give your boots a longer life. The only other suggestion I can make is that you have two pairs of hotson thego at one time. Beforeyou totally wear out one pair, buy another and swapthem regularly This will give the boots you are not wearing a longer time to dry before you use them again. the farm. Secondly, dry your boots correctly. By this I mean for the most part slowly Don't get them too hot in front of the fire and"cook" them. I see a good number of boots returned to the store by people who claim they have shrunk, or the randing has come away from the toe area of the boots. What has caused is over-heating of the boots which has indeed shrunken the toe boxes When a boot is being made, one of the components is essentially a toe box placed under the leather that gives the boot shape at the toe area. It starts out as a flat piece of material, and in the manufacturing process is heated to take the shape and size required for each different size of boot. If you over- heat the boot again the toe cap can partially collapse, and in doing so the front of the boot will shrink and the leather will come with it and could pull away from the rubber randing. When the toe box collapses you will feel that the boot has shrunk. It certainly won't fit as well again, and it is difficult to correct The absolute best thing you do for your bots is to invest in a boot dryer. can do for your boots is to this problem. The absolute best thing you can do for your boots is to invest in a boot dryer. l used to laugh at these units that came out of North America and looked gimmicky.But they are not. Check out the Peet Boot dryers we recommend at Hunting& Fishing New Zealand stores. There are two models available, one named Advantage utilizes a fan system that will drive air into the boots fora fast dry and runs on a timer. The other model, the Original, doesn't utilise fans Mike Stent CHECH OUT PEET BOOT DRYERS ON PAGE 190 Shop online-www.huntingandfishing.co.nz Find us on facebook

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