Suede isn't waterproof, however, you can use either:
Both products will provide different levels of protection, but will help protect the suede from dirt and water.
If any of the boots become wet, leave them to dry naturally - away from any artificial heat sources - and then brush them with a soft suede brush.
For advice on how to clean and protect suede, please see here.
The Suede and Nubuck Protector
The Suede and Nubuck Protector will give an all round treatment. The Protector should be sprayed from a minimum of a foot away, lightly covering the areas required and leave to prove over the course of 3-4 hours before use. This should be repeated once a month, or more regularly with day to day use. Please spray the Proofer in a well ventilated area!
Liquiproof Premium Protector
The Liquiproof Premium Protector provides further water repellence to the suede, which will help encourage water to bead off when subjected to splashes, spills or rain.
Spray the Protector onto the product, working section by section (left side, right side, top of the foot) and rub into the suede with a soft brush before it dries to ensure an even coating(think of polishing a car!)
The Liquiproof will take about an hour to set, and may initially leave brush marks in the suede from where the fibres have been brushed whilst wet. If this is the case, brush the suede down again with a soft suede brush, following the direction of the fibres.
We even have a demonstration!
The Leather Regina
Our Reginas in leather are not waterproof, but do have a slightly higher degree of natural protection in the wet than Suede.
Our Imperial Explorer I & II versions are Water Resistant - these have recently been discontinued.
The newly released Explorer is 100% Waterproof with a vibram sole & sympatex lining.