How to Clean Your Shoes for the Holidays

How to Clean Your Shoes for the Holidays


The winter season is upon us! This means holiday parties, snow days, and Christmas morning, oh my! We at Reshoevn8r believe that in any situation you should always put your best foot forward - in clean shoes. That is why we asked our teammates and influencers what shoes they are wearing for the holidays, and paired them with the perfect cleaning products.

Chelsea Boots

Rich - Marketing Associate 

Suede Boots, are some of the most classic, elevated footwear choice for the holidays. To make sure your boots are in tip-top shape, clean throughly with our Quick Clean Kit or spot clean with a Suede Eraser

Red Octobers

@blakelinder - Reshoevn8r Influencer

If you are ready to flex on your family, while still wearing a festive colorway, you might be wearing these. To keep the red glow fresh, pop on some Sole Shields before you head out the door.

Old Skool Vans

Hayden - Customer Service

Both practical and classic, Vans are a Christmas Day (and everyday) staple. Try changing it up with a red or green pair for a bit of holiday spirit. To make them look brand new on the big day, clean them with our Deep Cleaning Kit.

Leather Boots

Quinn - Marketing Director

Weather can be unpredictable in December. If you are choosing to go the safe route and wear boots, ensure that you can keep them fresh in any of the elements by bringing along a pack of sneaker wipes.

Air Max 90s

@richi.cordero - Reshoevn8r Influencer

With multiple color options, Air Max 90s can go with any holiday look. Even fool your party into thinking they are brand new, by cleaning them ahead of time with our Deep Cleaning Kit.

Nike "Ugly Christmas Sweater"

Jonny - Customer Service Manager

It is that time of year, you can dust off your holiday themed sneakers! Since, these guys don't often get worn, you can skip the cleaning, but keep them safe at the party by spraying them with our Water + Stain Repellent.

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