Leather Shoes Maintenance

1. When putting on your shoes, never force your feet into the shoe. If necessary use a shoe horn to prevent the back of the shoe from breaking down.

2. Leather shoes should have one full day to dry out from natural foot perspiration so giving your shoes a day's "rest" in between wears will prolong their life.

3. Do not store shoes on or near a direct heat source. Heat will inevitable dry out the leather and potentially cause it to crack.

4. Always allow your shoes to dry naturally especially if they are exposed to the elements.

5. If possible, we recommend storing your shoes with moisture-absorbing cedar shoe trees. This will prevent the leather from cracking and permanently creasing where the toe bends.

6. After a wear, we recommend that you gently wipe down your shoes with a dry cloth to remove dirt, dust and other elements before putting them away.