Maintenance

Nappa Vintage

  1. Clean surface dirt or dust with a damp cloth or sponge.
  2. If heavily soiled remove insoles and laces, clean the leather surface with plenty of water and neutral soap.
  3. Dry naturally without exposing the shoes to sunlight or extreme heat sources. If you see that the leather has been damaged by the passage of time or has lost its color, you can apply grease or colorless nourishing cream to nourish the leather, a very small amount and evenly throughout the leather.

Very important: Please note that in this case the leather may darken.

Velour/Nobuk

  1. Remove dirt and dust gently using a brush.
  2. If heavily soiled clean the leather surface with a neutral soap dissolved in plenty of water using a hard plastic bristle brush (like the one used for the nails), and rinse thoroughly.
  3. Dry naturally without exposing the shoes to sunlight or extreme heat sources.
  4. Finally, brush the leather in the same direction as the leather falls.

Napa Leather

  1. Clean dirt or dust gently using a sponge or damp cloth.
  2. Nourish the leather with colorless nourishing cream.

Goretex (Nappa or Greased Leather)

For Goretex depending on the type of leather it is cleansed the same way as other products not containing the Gore-Tex lining but keeping this in mind:

Very important: It is not advisable to apply grease or nourishing creams as the shoe may lose breathability.

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