Unique HP Boot Features

You'll find these key boot features within our line of HorsePower boots.

Boot Fitting Process

Ask to be properly fit at a fine western wear retailer near you.

Caring for your HPs

  1. KEEP THEM CLEAN!
    Regularly clean your boots with a good non-alkaline leather cleaner (like Lexol Leather Cleaner). Use a soft cloth and rinse with water. DO NOT USE SADDLE SOAP. It will dry out the hide.  
  2. CONDITION YOUR BOOTS.
    Boot leather needs to have its natural moisture restored often with a good conditioner (like Lexol in the BROWN BOTTLE). Wax and polish is NOT a substitute for conditioner. Never condition boots prior to cleaning.
  3. KEEP BOOTS AWAY FROM DIRECT HEAT.
    When your boots get wet, the best way to dry your boots is to walk them dry. They may also be air dried away from all heat sources. DO NOT put them in front of a heater or dry them with a hair drier.  Let them dry naturally as directed above

How to Clean Boots after a Flood

Mold and Mildew attack Leather and cause it to deteriorate.  Start today with these simple steps to save and/or care-for your boots.

  1. Rinse all dirt and crud inside and outside the boots with water out of a garden hose. City water is preferred over well water as it has a little chlorine to help kill the mold and mildew, however well water will work just fine for this step
  2. Wash the boots inside and out with a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and distilled water to kill the mold and mildew. DO NOT rinse the 50/50 mix off the boots after applying.
  3. Allow the boots to dry naturally, but OUT OF DIRECT sunlight or ANY heat source. Dry them inside with Air Conditioning is recommended
  4. Wash and scrub them inside and out with a soft bristled brush or rag using Lexol PH-balanced Leather Cleaner.  If you can’t find the Lexol, use Ivory bar soap as a second option.  It may take more than one wash and scrubbing to get them clean.
  5. Be certain to rinse all the soap off the boots when they are clean.
  6. Allow the boots to again dry OUT OF DIRECT sunlight or ANY heat source. We recommend that you dry them inside with Air Conditioning. It may take more than a 24 for the boots to dry.
  7. After all dirt, mold and mildew are removed, and the boots are DRY to the touch, apply a light coat of Lexol Leather Conditioner to the exterior and interior of the boots. Allow the conditioner to dry, then apply a second coat of Lexol Leather Conditioner to the EXERIOR of the boots ONLY.
  8. When the boots are thoroughly dry, POLISH them with a Lanolin based boot cream. 

*Note about Lexol Leather Conditioner – we do not recommend Mink Oil, Neatsfoot Oil or any one step cleaner and conditioner for your boots.  Please use ONLY Lexol Leather Conditioner that comes in the BROWN BOTTLE. 

For Suede Finished Leathers:

  1. Rinse all dirt and crud from the inside and outside of the boots with water out of a garden hose. Please do this outside.  City water is preferred over well water as it has a little chlorine to help kill the mold and mildew, however well water will work just fine for this step.
  2. Wash the boots inside and out with a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and distilled water to kill the mold and mildew.  DO NOT rinse the 50/50 mix off the boots after applying.
  3. Allow the boots to dry naturally, but OUT OF DIRECT sunlight or ANY heat source.  Dry them inside with Air Conditioning is recommended
  4. Wash them with Ivory Bar Soap using a soft brush or rag.
  5. Allow the boots to dry naturally, but OUT OF DIRECT sunlight or ANY heat source. We recommend drying them inside with Air Conditioning, if possible.