Any decent pair of walking boots will come with a water-resistant coating, but this doesn’t last forever, so they need regular reproofing.
So how often should you reproof? This depends on how you use them and how often. As a rule of thumb, you should be reproofing after every couple of wears or when you notice water isn't beading on the surface.
Before reproofing, you need to know what materials they are so you can choose the right type of reproofing treatment. If you’re not sure, take a look at our own or the manufacturer’s website or ask one of our in-store experts.