Also known as "alligator lizard," Teju leather classes you up without overdoing it. Alvies Teju lizard boots are made with the highest quality leather for a unique look that will last a lifetime — and then some — with a bit of regular maintenance.
Teju leather can run pretty dry, like a Brit on a vermouth bender. So make sure you clean and condition them on the regular to avoid cracking:
Start by removing dirt and dust with a soft brush or damp cotton cloth
While your Alvies are still damp, use a soft rag to apply a light coat of quality leather conditioner (we love Bickmore Exotic) all over the outside of your boot. Use light coats so you don’t clog the leather or cracks.
If you’ve got a hot date (or a parole hearing) that requires a shiny boot, polish with a matching color or neutral crème. Apply in circular motions until you see a shiny haze on the boot — do this until the entire boot has been coated. Let the polish dry, then brush off with a soft cloth.