Shoe Care and User Guide

  • Try the shoe right and left.
  • The sweat absorbed by the shoes evaporates in 24 hours. For this reason, wearing your shoes with 2 days intervals provides a longer usage opportunity.
  • Wet and moist shoes should be dried at room temperature. It should not be dried under radiator and sun.
  • When the shoes are moist, mud and dirt should be removed with a slightly damp cloth.
  • It is recommended to lift the shoes by ventilating them against possible odors and to use a mold to prevent deformation.
  • It is natural for shoes with hand stitching (called "saddlery") to get water from the seams. Therefore, attention should be paid to puddles with such shoes, especially in snowy and rainy weather.
  • Sweaty feet and snow may cause salting on the skin. We inform you about this situation which cannot be eliminated.
  • If there is no "waterproof" or "waterproof" phrase on all kinds of shoes, it may absorb some water in the rain.
  • Our salesperson friends will help with the maintenance of shoes produced with special materials.
  • Since shoes with and without inner lining are made of genuine leather, they do not contain chemical additives that can harm your health and the color of the leather may appear on the feet and socks. Therefore, we recommend that you wear socks according to the color of the lining.
  • Leather shoes should be polished in their color or with a natural polish.

Suede and Nubuck Products

  • Suede shoes should be cleaned with a suede eraser and a suede brush.
  • Nubuck shoes should be maintained with a nubuck eraser and a nubuck brush.
  • Be careful not to use your leather, nubuck, and suede shoes in rainy weather.