Waterproof Chelsea Boots
- Italian vegan leather made from plants. Produced from cereal crops grown in northern Europe to create a bio oil in a carbon neutral process
- Waterproof build created with an internal waterproof membrane and taping on the seams combined with waterproof treated uppers that still allow your foot to breath
- Long lasting solid rubber outsoles that provide grip and traction
- Comfort recycled rubber insoles that do not compact over time
Will’s Vegan Shoes are made from the best quality vegan leathers and suedes. It is easy to keep our footwear looking brand new.
The materials we use do not get ruined when they are wet and do not stain. Do not worry if you get them covered in mud. They will not even be damaged by road salt and slush in winter.
This footwear is waterproof. This means it can be worn for long periods in heavy rain, deep puddles, long wet grass, deep snow, flowing water and you will have dry feet.
You can wear these in cold temperatures though please bear in mind they are not insulated so you will need to wear thick socks to keep your feet warm.
You can wear these in colder temperatures, however they are not insulated. We recommend wearing a thick insulating sock to keep your feet warm in freezing temperatures or you may get cold feet.
Vegan footwear is easy to clean. Here are some simple cleaning instructions:
Vegan leather uppers
Wipe down with warm water with a mild soap solution and a cloth or brush. To dry pad down with paper towels or a towel. Do not place too close to direct heat sources as this can damage the material. Polish can be used to bring out a shine and return colour. Any synthetic product should work just fine, apply as described in the instructions. It is recommended you test an inconspicuous area first.
Vegan suede uppers
Leave until dry then brush down with a suede brush. If really dirty you can also wipe the footwear down with a cloth using a mild soapy solution. Use a hard brush if you need to remove any stuck on dirt or clean up the soles. To dry pad down with a towel. Do not put too close to a direct heat source like a radiator as it can damage the material. You should not expect water marks to show.
Do not use waterproofing or other protective treatments. You do not need to use them as the materials are already protected. These treatments are not meant for vegan materials and they can react badly if applied. You can use any synthetic polish to bring back a shine.