Anderson Bean boots are made with all leather construction from the highest quality materials. Over a century and a half of experience has provided our boot makers with the knowledge and experience to craft a uniquely premium product. The hides are cut with an attention to detail and placement on the hide to allow each piece to naturally expand and contract with heat and moisture, just as nature designed.
The majority of Anderson Bean boots are made with leather soles or hybrid soles that combine an all leather sole with an injected molded rubber pad at the ball of the foot to extend the longevity of the sole and maintain the flex of the boot.
From the ground up, these boots are built with the finest and most durable materials that nature can supply. Each pair is lined with premium cowhide and has leather heel counters and leather insoles. Simple attention to detail is the key in every part of the process of making Anderson Bean boots.
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Leather Boot Care
To keep leather boots in good shape and to help them last longer, they should be cleaned, conditioned, and protected.
Regularly brush off any loose dirt and dust with a dry rag or soft brush. Certain leather finishes allow for one to wipe down with a damp cloth but first conduct a test on a small area to ensure there will be no damage.
If boots get wet they should be allowed to dry naturally. Avoid drying them near heat or direct sunlight which will cause them to fade and the leather could over-dry and become cracked.
Conditioning of the leather should happen after the boot is clean and dry. Too much oil or wax can attract dust and clog the pores causing dryness. *Ask a local leather/shoe repair person for recommendations on the best products to clean your boots. Always test on a small spot on the instep of the boot and wait 24 hours before using on the entire boot. *