Getting a new pair of leather boots is amazing, especially if you treated yourself to them. It’s not amazing when you can’t even wear your new boots because they are ripping apart your feet. I’m sure you have experienced the perils of breaking in a pair of leather boots, but I’m here to talk about specifically breaking in the heels of your boots.
I recently got a new pair of boots and the heels are extremely stiff, which causes ankle blisters. Ouch. One of the best ways to break in the heel of boots is to crush them. Literally step on the heel to crush them, or use your hands. This will help speed up the process of breaking them in. By crushing the heels, you’ll loosen up one of the stiffest parts of your boots. The heels will gradually mold to your feet over time.
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