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Thanks!  Mostly just a damp cloth and brushing every few wears.  I apply Reno after about 25 wears or when they really need it.  The cigar boots get a lot more wear, so I try to treat them a little more often.  I've used VSC on the Naval boots, but they get Reno more often.  Other than that I just wear them without too much worry.  I avoid sloppy mud and standing water, but rain and snow are totally alright with me (with the commando sole).
One last cleanup of the season.  My two favorites - AoDC Cigars and Leffot Navals.        
AF53s seeing some snow action.  Still lookin' good after a quick wipe down.    
Pulling some heavy winter wear.  Time for a brush up.    
Thanks, brother!  I know the flex sole is uncomfortable for some, but I think these wear like slippers.  There's something endearing about the copious rolls too.  These guys hang on to water spots though.  But they're only noticeable in direct sunlight.  
One more stroll around the block before these are probably put up for the season.    
 My AF53 are pretty much my go-to bad whether boot.  I have some CXL boots that some would argue are better options for crummy weather.  I don't necessarily disagree, but I just love wearing shell boots.  Once you rip the band-aid off, it becomes easier to wear them in all types of conditions.  These have seen rain, snow, mud, and muck (a few pictures included).  They've even been totally soaked through while hiking through boggy terrain (second picture).  They always...
In honor of Leffot Naval Boot pre-order day.    
Old faithfuls after the Thanksgiving travel shuffle.     
Perfect!!!  Enjoy and wear the hell outta them!  That color is fantastic on those - please post progression pictures when you can.  
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