Our range of real sheepskin boots is the perfect blend of style, practicality and comfort. Genuine sheep skin has long been known for its natural warmth, but what many people don't realise is just how durable and practical it is. It's easy to keep your boots clean with a gentle hand wash to lift out dirt and grime, and as long as you keep up with that you'll find your boots will last you for years.
About Sheepskin Boots
As you'd expect from Jacobs & Dalton, the quality of designs is what really sets our boots apart from the crowd. Working from timeless principles of style and practical use, we've created a range of boots of different lengths and styles that will suit any occasion - from romps across frozen winter parks, to nights out on the town. We're delighted to offer both long and short boot styles in a variety of classic colours and finishes.
Best of all? We think the fur linings. They're so soft and comfortable you might genuinely forget you're wearing them! And your toes will be kept nice and warm whatever the weather. Many of our boots are made with tough waterproof rubber soles which offer a great non-slip grip. Regularly apply water repellent spray (such as you might on suede boots) and your boots will last for a years to come.
So go on: treat your feet to a taste of luxurious, long-lasting sheepskin.
How do I keep my Sheepskin Boots clean?
Since our cosy sheepskin boots are worn outside in all weathers during the winter months, they often fall victim to muddy puddles, snow and road salt or grit, which can leave them looking a little worse for wear. While some boots can be machine washed, we don't recommend this for our boots; the genuine sheepskin needs a little more care and attention. We would recommend waiting until the suede outer of your boots is dry before giving it a quick but gentle brush to remove any abrasive dirt. You can then use a damp cloth to spot clean any marks or stains. For overall maintenance to maintain their soft finish, a specialist suede or leather cleaner can be used.
How do I clean stubborn stains on my sheepskin boots?
If the sheepskin has any stubborn stains such as from the salt used on roads, cold water and white vinegar solution blotted on the area will gently dissolve the salt. We would then recommend dampening the boots all over so that the boot air dries without watermarks. Stuffing them with a rolled towel will help to keep their shape while drying and while stored over the warmer months.
What size Sheepskin Boot should I buy?
There is a misconception that you should buy sheepskin boots a little larger, but we do not suggest this. Ideally, your sheepskin boots want to have a snug and firm fit all-around your foot, toes and leg. The super fluffy wool inside of our sheepskin boots will compress over time and will quickly mould to the shape of your foot. The sheepskin exterior will also gently soften over time for maximum comfort for many years. Our recommendation is to buy your usual size using our size guide, and not to compare our premium sheepskin boots to other shoes. The soles usually seem larger than your usual shoes, but this is because sheepskin and sheep's wool are naturally thick materials so the base is larger to accommodate this