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Shoe Care

Leather shoes:

60% of our shoes are made of leather. Without proper conditioning and care, leather can dry out until it eventually cracks and falls apart. Here are some tips for smooth leather shoes to prolong its life.


Remove dirt by cleaning with a leather cleaner made specifically for smooth leathers. You can use saddle soap or a smooth leather shoe cleaner.
After cleaning, let the shoes dry for a few minutes and begin shining the shoes with a soft cotton cloth - either a shoe shine cloth, or even an old t-shirt, as long as it's soft and made of cotton.

2. Condition

look for a natural conditioner that is absorbed into the material of the shoe, as opposed to a synthetic conditioner that sits on top of the surface.
Rub small amounts of conditioner into the shoe, until the entire shoe has been covered with conditioner. After a couple of minutes, wipe any remaining conditioner off of the shoes, as the leather will only absorb what it can.

3. Polish

Apply the polish to a small, less conspicuous area of the shoe to test and be sure the colour is right. Rub the polish into the shoe with a soft cloth, and allow it to dry thoroughly.
After the shoe polish is dry, shine your shoes by buffing them with a soft cloth or brush made specifically for shining shoes.

* The next time you buy a pair of leather shoes, condition them before ever wearing them. This will help insure that your shoes are best protected from the start, and will save time on future cleanings

*if your shoes got scuffed, Simply rub a bit of non-gel toothpaste onto the shoe (try a small test area first!), wipe away with a damp cloth, and polish. This method works best on leather shoes, but you can also give it a shot on canvas, vinyl or cotton.

Mesh and Mixed Fabric:

All our mesh and mixed fabric shoes can be machine washed. Stick them in an old white pillowcase and add an old towel, and Wash at low temperature-30 degrees or less. Dry naturally.