Shoe Care

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“Dressing well is a form of good manners.”

“Good manners is what transforms a man into a gentleman.”
—Tom Ford

“A Man is known by the way he keeps his shoes”

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Care tips for Suede

If you follow these guidelines and treat your shoes in a proper manner, there is no reason why your shoes will not last for many years.
,your shoes will easily last for many years.


    Brush your shoes to remove excess dirt and dust. You should have a brush. Do not use your horsehair polishing brush. You can also use a clean dry cotton cloth to remove dust from the surface and the edges of the sole.


    The easiest way to protect your suede boots and shoes from stains is to avoid wearing them on days when you are likely to come into contact with wet weather conditions in monsoon

Storing Suede Shoes

  1. Always keep them out of direct sunlight to avoid fading.

  2. Keep them away from heat such as radiators.

  3. Allow them to air dry if they get wet and insert shoe trees to maintain their shape.

  4. Store them away in quality shoe bags when out of use.


Care tips for Leather Shoes

  1. Clean the Leather Shoes
    Remove dirt with a soft cloth. Rub off as much dirt and grime as you can with a clean, dry cloth. Try to scrape off and wipe away any loose mud.

  2. Applying a cleaner with a soft brush
    Use a soft brush or cloth to rub it in. Make gentle circles with the brush or cloth.

  3. Allow your shoes to air dry at room temperature.
    Leave your shoes out to dry thoroughly before you apply polish, conditioner, or weather proofer. Don't use heat, however, as it can damage the leather. 

  4. Avoid water and stepping out during rains. In case of wet shoes, do not wear them until dried. Do not use a hair dryer to dry as it shrinks the leather. Water damage doesn't qualify for a warranty.

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