You just got brand new work boots. They’re stiff, they’re shiny, they’re perfect. But they’re also really uncomfortable. How do you break them in so you can wear them all day without having sore feet?

Here are a few tips on how to break in new work boots the right way:

Blog Body: 1. Wear them around the house first.
before you take your brand new boots out into the world, get a feel for them by wearing them around your house. This will help to loosen up the leather and get them molded to your feet a bit before you have to use them for long hours at work. Plus, it’ll give you a chance to make sure they don’t give you blisters!
2. Put Toluene in them. Toluene is a solvent that is used in boot making to soften the leather. You can find it at any hardware store. Put on a pair of socks and pour a small amount into your boots. Then, put on another pair of socks over top of that and wear the boots for an hour or two. The Toluene will help to soften up the leather quickly.
3. Walk in water with them on. This is an oldie but a goodie. Get your boots wet and then walk around in them until they’re dry. This will help to stretch out the leather and make them more comfortable. Just make sure you stuff them with newspaper when you’re done so they keep their shape while they dry!
4. Use boot trees overnight. Boot trees are wooden or plastic forms that you insert into your boots while they’re not being worn in order to help preserve their shape. If you don’t have any boot trees, rolled-up socks will do the trick! Put the boot trees (or socks) into your boots and leave them overnight so they can really stretch out the leather.
Conclusion: Breaking in new work boots doesn’t have to be a painful process! By following these simple tips, you can stretch out the leather and make your work boots more comfortable without having to go through hours of discomfort first. Do you have any other tips for breaking in new work boots? Share them with us in the comments below!