Leather Care
  • For advice on how to maintain the quality and appreance of your leathers, refer to the following drying, cleaning and general care instructions:
  • Fossil / Oily: These leathers are specially treated with waxes and oils to give optimum suppleness, comfort and authenticity. Scratching of these leathers may occur but can be removed, in most cases, by gentle rubbing of the surface. Use specifically formulated shoe cream for waxy and oily leather. Using a cloth, work well into the leather. Wipe off any excess cream. If a shinier appearance is required buff with a clean, dry cloth.
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  • Tango / Leon: Polish should match upper colour. Use neutral shoe creams for light coloured or natural leathers. Apply a small amount of polish/shoe cream evenly over the shoe. Wipe off any excess polish/shoe cream and buff with a clean dry cloth.
  • Softy: Carefully remove all loose dirt with a soft brush. Wipe with a clean cloth moistened only in water. Gently rub with a dry cloth to return to a shiny finish.
  • Suede: To clean do not use water, it may permanently stain upper material. Carefully brush away dirt with a suede brush. Some oil and grease stains may be removed using a cleaner suitable for suede. NB. Use of suede cleaners can sometimes darken the colour of uppers so always test on an unseen area first. It may be necessary to clean the whole shoe to ensure a uniform colour.
  • Nubuck: Remove all surface dirt with a soft brush to raise nap and restore the finish. Some oil and grease stains may be removed using a shoe cleaner suitable for nubuck.
  • Note: Use of nubuck cleaners can sometimes darken the colour of uppers so always test on an unseen area first. It may be necessary to clean the whole shoe to ensure a uniform colour.