Wipe off leather Lucchese boots with a damp cloth to remove pesky dirt and dust particles. These buggers are actually sharp and can chip away at leather's microscopic makeup, according to the Lucchese Boot Co.
Apply a conditioner to your clean, dry leather boots. Lucchese recommends a lanolin-based boot conditioner (oil and wax are enemies to your boots). Follow the instructions on your conditioner, but get that stuff down into the boots' pores to keep them soft and supple.
When your boots need a makeover due to scuffs or scratches, or they just start to look a little dull, apply a cream-based polish.
Block the bad stuff with an application of non-silicone water and stain-protectant product. This creates sort of a funky-stuff force field around your boots.
If your heels and soles are a bit worse for the wear, Lucchese recommends applying a heel and sole edge dressing product to bring back their shine.
If you have a pair of snakeskin Lucchese boots, wipe with the grain of the scales and skip the polish.
Don't keep your Lucchese boots in a cold, damp space. They could mildew.