Try to keep the shoes clean, especially after each activity, at least use a soft brush to brush off the dirt and dust on the shoes. Shoes of most materials can be cleaned with neutral soap and water (be careful not to use detergents casually). Drain the water and stuff the shoes with newspaper in a cool and ventilated place. Do not use a fire or a dryer to dry them. Will destroy the material of the shoes.
Clean the sundries in the shoes, take out the insoles and wash them separately. After the shoes are dry, apply leather protection oil on the leather. When applying leather protection oil, apply it slowly and evenly with your fingers to help the leather absorb the oil through body temperature, and pay special attention to the oiling at the stitches. Shoes (especially the leather part) should be maintained frequently. It is best to develop a habit of cleaning and maintaining them immediately after each activity. When the shoes are not in use, put them in a dry, constant temperature, and less dusty place, so as to make the shoes more durable and keep them in the best condition. After all, hiking shoes are a weapon for outdoor activities. In addition to providing comfort for the feet, they also protect the feet from causing sports injuries.