Ah, leather – the smell, the feel and the sound of a good adventure. For adventurers like us, the excitement of getting a new hunting boot is incomparable – you’d almost want to try it on as soon as you get home. We would confidently stride down the hall and into the fields only to head back and retire with an aching sole and wounded heel later. Often, we find ourselves breaking in the shoe for a few more tries until the shoe fits perfectly and got tired of our blisters. But how can we hasten stuff like this and enjoy our boots much sooner? How can we save ourselves from painful blisters and kill more time outdoors instead?
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When it comes to choosing the right pair of boots for rugged outdoor use, the purchase is only half the battle. Once you’ve purchased that ideal pair, they’ll still need to be seasoned for wear if you expect them to last beyond the season. In this guide, we’ll walk you through all the important steps to ensure that your boots will be well broken in and comfortable when you’re ready to take to the woods.