Your TCX boots have been designed to give you safety, performance, comfort and riding pleasure.
The materials selected to manufacture the uppers, internal protection devices and safety systems, soles and fastening devices have been chosen to guarantee outstanding product duration, sturdiness and non-toxicity.
Read these care and maintenance instructions carefully, they contain information on how to keep your TCX boots in original condition.
•After each use, remove any dust, mud and grease with a soft brush or damp cloth. To remove stubborn dirt, use a damp sponge and neutral soap.
•Do not use solvents, chemical cleaning products or hard brushes, as these may permanently damage the leather and plastic parts.
•Do not use a washing machine or pressure cleaner to clean your boots, as high temperatures and pressures may damage certain boot components.
•Always dry your boots in a dry, well-ventilated place, away from direct sources of heat such as radiators, stoves or direct sunlight.
•To keep the leather uppers supple, periodically apply a neutral cream specifically formulated for leather footwear.
N.B.: TCX uppers are made using full grain leather, a natural material that may contain the small imperfections that are naturally present on animal skins. These must not be considered as defects but rather as characteristic of the naturalness and quality of the leather used.
•Do not store your boots in plastic bags or sealed containers for long periods.
•Store your boots in a dry, well-ventilated place to ensure that the leather remains supple, and that the boots keep their original shape.
•Remove any added liners and/or insoles before storing your boots for long periods.
•In this case, store your boots by filling them with newspaper to maintain their original shape, and make sure that all fastening devices (clips, zips, Velcro, laces) are properly closed. Store your boots in their original box.
•If your boots are fitted with the TCS® system, remember to lubricate all plastic sliding parts with silicone spray at regular intervals.
Generally speaking, boots are classified as dry household waste. They must be disposed of in the dedicated places and in compliance with applicable local regulations