f you decide to keep your shoes, make sure that you remove
the plastic film which protects the soles before wearing them.

*We have chosen to use leather soles, known for their subtle, traditional look. Protect them. To do so, wear your shoes over the course of a few days in dry weather so that they soften up, then visit your local shoemaker to add a rubber sole. While waiting for the shoemaker, you can use the thin rubber soles which come with your pair of shoes but bear in mind that these are only meant to be used temporarily and should not be used if your shoes need to be re-soled.
*Before applying any care products, we advise to clean your shoes with a brush so that the leather is completely clean.

*For smooth leather, we then advise to use either: a leather cleaner to deeply rehydrate the leather, or a colored beauty cream that will lightly tint the leather to revive its original shine.

*For all cowhide leather or goat suede leather, we advise to simply waterproof and to revive the color or set it while avoiding metal parts.


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