Plain leathers – soft and classic

Begin with thoroughly removing dirt – wipe with a brush or a dry or slightly damp cloth. Then use a cream polish or shoe polish that matches the shoe color. The product will penetrate the leather structure to make it soft and protected from cracks. As a final touch, you may buff it to a shine.

Metallic, patent and semi-patent leathers

Shoe polish might leave greasy stains and take the gloss off, so use either a special cream lotion of light consistency or a damp cloth. Before applying the product, thoroughly remove any dirt from the shoes.

Suede and leathers with textures

Impregnate your shoes thoroughly before first outdoor use with spray intended for suede. Treat the dirt with rubber shoe brush or a slightly damp cloth. Remember not to rub too firmly to avoid damaging the external layer of the leather. It is important to clean the brush after each cleaning because it may itself dirt the leather during the next brushing. Never use the traditional liquid or paste-based shoe polish and look for the foams or mousses intended for suede (in a suitable color).

Matt leathers vintage style

Impregnate your shoes thoroughly before first outdoor use with spray intended for nubuck. Treat the dirt with rubber shoe brush or a slightly damp cloth.

Extra durable, enhanced leathers

You may freely clean it with a brush, polish cream or shoe polish, as it is very resistant and durable. In case of shoe polish, remember to use one that matches the color of the leather. As a final touch, you can buff it to a shine.

WILD ANIMAL TEXTURE

The leathers with cheetah and zebra textures are covered with natural hair what gives shoes a characteristic smooth feel. Python’s texture on the other is made of classic leather covered with patent layer.