Care for your shoes
Our footwear is made to last with hard wearing materials and good quality construction. This in turn allows for a long life cycle if the product is treated with care.
Brush away surface dirt and stains with a clean, soft brush or cloth on a regular basis.
Leather - calf, python, patent and cow leather
Over time it is normal for some softer leathers to become dry and lose some natural finishing. We recommend you apply a thin layer of natural and nourishing cream and softly lubricate with a clean, soft brush or cloth before leaving the shoes to dry.
If your shoes become wet, dry them using a soft and clean cloth. Let them dry in a warm environment. If the shoes are wet or moist on the inside, we recommend that you use an absorbent material to fasten the drying process.
Soles - leather sole
Having a leather sole on your shoes adds to their comfort. If your leather soles get wet always allow them to dry naturally. When the leather is dry use a clear, nourishing cream on the leather sole. You can also apply the cream on the welt edge and heel before leaving to dry.
Soles - vibram sole
The signature italian soles were invented by Vitale Bramani, who was a mountaineer and mountain guide. He designed the world ́s first rubber lug sole. Vibram soles provides you with an improved grip on very cold, icy or snowy surfaces. You can always resole your vibram sole when it's worn out at your shoemaker.