I really like the mountaineering boot look this year. Trouble is I don't have an extra $80 bucks to blow on a new pair. I remembered my mum saved an old pair of my leather boots. They were excellent quality (FYRE), so I decided to give them a makeover. Great thing is, it only cost me $20.00 big ones.

Step 1: Time to Lean...time to Clean

I started with rubbing alcohol to get the first layer of dirt off. These poor shoes have been abandoned in a garage for the last decade. Then I hit them up with saddle soap several times.
<p>This give a lot of good ideas. Great job!</p>
<p>If I may...</p><p>You should change &quot;Step 4 : Viola&quot; to &quot;Step 4 : Et voil&agrave;&quot; </p><p>&quot;Viola&quot; as a totally different meaning ;)</p>
I had an old pair of work boots that were pretty rough. I chose to spiff them up by stenciling a neon blue Nike &quot;swoosh&quot; on the sides. Got stopped my a businessman who commented, &quot;didn't know Nike made work boots.&quot; It's a prototype model, I responded.

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