Suede Shoes

To best set up your new footwear for longevity in mind, we recommend applying a waterproofing spray prior to wear.
Be wary of getting suede shoes wet! If they do get wet, let them dry naturally (not in front of a heater) then brush delicately with a suede brush. You can also use a suede brush to remove dirt from the surface of the shoes.

Leather Soles

Our shoes are made in the Italian traditional sense that they have leather soles. For longevity, and to better protect these soles against the elements, we recommend you have a TOPY (rubber sole) applied to the sole.
Naturally, leather and suede will relax over time and wear.