Always use a shoehorn when putting on your shoes. This will keep the backs strong and sturdy.
Try to wear your shoes in dry conditions for the first few occasions.Fine leather shoes can require a full day to dry out from natural perspiration. Try to give them at least twenty-four hours between wears.Try to avoid excessive wetting. Should this occur, always let the shoes dry naturally away from direct heat. Use newspaper inside the shoe to help the leather dry out. Your shoes will benefit from regular use of a good-quality cream or wax polish. This helps to moisturise the leather, as well as prevent cracking and excessive creasing.We use leather soles for the comfort and health of your feet. Attaching rubber additions to the sole or heel can affect the balance and comfort of the shoe, and put excessive strain on the construction.