Important: Alternate footwear - the effect of sweat and heat generated by continuous use reduces the leather's durability and alters its structure. Avoid using the same pair for more than 2 days in a row.
Dry in the shade and in a ventilated place. Moisture and heat damage the product. Intense heat stiffens the leather and alters its structure.
Make permanent repairs. Do not wait for your shoes to wear completely to fix.
Small and simpler repairs also make the finish better.
Store in a cool place. This reduces the incidence of odors and the development of bacteria.
Storing shoes for a long time without use can cause changes in its components, such as sole decomposition or take-off, which does not characterize poor product quality or manufacturing defect, but rather the lack of use.