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After wearing your shoes for an entire day, give them a day off to air out! Always allow them to dry at room temperature, away from direct sunlight or a heater! When storing your shoes in the shoe box, every so often take them out and let them breathe. Prolonged storage can cause certain footwear materials to deteriorate, specially in humid climates. Try not to get your shoes soaked in the rain, if they do let them dry naturally.
FULL GRAIN LEATHER
This is a premium leather that has not been sanded during the tanning process. To remove any dried-on dirt and dust, first wipe with a clean dry cloth. Then dampen the cloth with warm water and wipe again. Allow your shoes to dry naturally, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
This is a type of coated leather that has a glossy, shiny finish. To remove any haze that might have covered your shoes, use a soft, damp cloth and a drop of mild soap if needed and gently rub the area. Then use a trusted patent leather cleaner that contains silicone to restore your shoe’s high gloss.
SUEDE & NUBUCK LEATHER
This is a type of soft leather with a napped finish. Use a rubber eraser to gently remove dirt, scuffs and smudges on even your most delicate pair of kicks. Many believe that suede will be damaged if wet. Although it is not advised to expose suede to too much water, your suede shoes will survive.
This is a type of premium textured leather that retains the fur of the animal. To clean your shoes use a soft clean cloth, dry or slightly damp to wipe the soiled area. Always wipe in the direction of the strands so that you don't damage the leather.