How to Choose Wool Snow Boots
As fall fades into winter, the weather chills, and it’s time for you to bundle up and buy something that could warm you up! For keeping our feet warm, nothing beats wool snow boots. Wear good boots and the cold weather will be less of a problem for you. How to choose wool snow boots that are stylish and practical? A good boot usually:
* Offer adequate warmth.
* Allow for great comfort.
* Some water resistant boots have an extra liner incase the first gets wet.
* If the boots are water-resistant, you may wish to consider an extra liner if the first gets wet.
For wool snow boots, you also need to:
1. Touch the wool surface with your hand. Good wool boots make you feel delicate and soft while the substandard give you a rough feeling, as high class wool snow boots are made of top class Australian lamb skin which is delicate, soft and elastic.
2. Check the wool for any fracture, instable connection, obvious edge joint, etc.
3. Check the wool if it loses fur. Top class wool hardly has shed hair.
High class wool has no odor as they are processed by advanced technology and disinfected before coming into market. The substandard has awful smell as their oil is not clean up thoroughly.
Get some hair from the edge of your wool boots and burn. Good wool:
* Curl first, then have smoke and yellow flame.
* Have hair burning smell.
* Leave dark brown ash block. It will become thin powder if you press.
Bad wool usually:
* Hard to be pressed to pieces and has no hair burning smell.
* When burning, it will give off smoke and bubble at the same time.
* Has odor, lots of ashes and black brittle piece.
After you use your wool boots for a while, you could comb the hair if you want it to restore the original shape. If it has small dirt, you could clean it with clean towel plus volatile dry cleaner. When hot in summer, you should store them in aeration-drying. Remember not fold and suppress for a long time and don't insolate.
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