In order for leather shoes to keep you company for as long as possible, it is good to take proper care of them. Different skin types require different treatment methods. So we would like to give you some advice and tips on how to take care of them.

New shoes need to be stepped on. If the shoes seem tighter when you wear them for the first time, don't despair - that's right. The leather needs some time to adapt to your feet.

It is good to change shoes. Especially in the rain or increased sweating of the feet. It is necessary to take into account that when wet, the leather, especially in places without a lining, can partially release the color.

Never dry wet shoes directly on the heater. Always use shoelaces or stuff your shoes with newspaper and let them air dry at room temperature. This will prevent the leather from hardening and possible cracking. After drying, apply impregnation agents.

Regularly treat the shoes with recommended cleaning products and protect them from heavy soaking, contact with chemicals or solvents. Never wash your shoes.

Do not wear shoes unlaced, but always properly laced. Although the leather lining is very durable, it could be damaged. Keep your shoes fully undone when putting them on and taking them off. Use a slotted spoon.