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Leather Care Guide

Classic Calf

  1. Firstly, insert your shoe trees and brush your shoes to remove any dirt or dust.
  2. Apply a very small amount of cream all over the shoes. We recommend using our creams since they have been specially formulated for our different calf colours. Our creams will restore colour and shine.
  3. You can also use a slightly darker shade if you would prefer to create burnishing effects.
  4. Which leather colour would you like to shine? Pair it with the perfect cream and wax colour.
  5. Once your cream has rested and absorbed, brush your shoes to remove excess.
  6. You can then proceed to apply your matching colour wax; this will give your shoes are lovely shine finish. Dab your cotton chamois and rub the wax in circular motions through your shoes. Let the wax set for a few minutes and brush.

Our Antique Calf shoes are made from an exclusive selection of small European calf skins, with exceptionally fine grain. This Boxcalf leather is aniline dyed to bring out the full character of the leather. The leather has a silky feel with a bright finish.

This is a full grain chrome leather.

The main idea is keeping your leather from drying up and help to preserve the shine. Generally, polishing shoes every two to three weeks should be enough if you are giving our footwear a moderate use.

Classic Black Calf

Sharon from our Shoe Room provides her hints and tips

Classic Black Calf

Sharon from our Shoe Room provides her hints and tips

Acorn Antique Calf

Sharon from our Shoe Room provides her hints and tips

Acorn Antique Calf

Sharon from our Shoe Room provides her hints and tips