Care guide

Taking care of your leather shoes is essential to ensure their longevity and maintain their appearance. Here are some steps you can follow to properly care for your leather shoes:

1. Clean regularly:

Before polishing or conditioning your shoes, remove any loose dirt or dust with a soft brush or cloth.

2. Condition the leather:

Use a leather conditioner to keep the leather soft and prevent it from drying out and cracking. Apply the conditioner in a thin, even layer, and allow it to soak in for at least 15 minutes before wiping

3. Polish your shoes:

Use a high-quality shoe polish that matches the color of your shoes. Apply the polish evenly with a cloth or brush, then buff the shoes to a shine. This will not only improve the appearance but also provide a layer of protection.

4. Rotate your shoes:

Don't wear the same pair of leather shoes every day. Rotate them with other pairs to allow them to breathe and prevent excessive wear.

5. Avoid excessive moisture:

If your shoes get wet, allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid using direct heat sources like heaters or hairdryers, as these can damage the leather.

6. Handle stains with care:

If your shoes get stained, address the stain promptly with a leather-specific cleaner.