Care Guide

Maximize the performance and lifespan of your safety shoes by taking care of them the right way.

General information

  • Do not use any corrosive chemicals when cleaning your shoes.
  • Do not machine wash or tumble dry.
  • Extract your inlay soles from your shoes after use, in order to enable the shoes and inlay soles to emit any moisture and dry out until next use.
  • Remove laces before cleaning/brushing any dirt from your shoes.
  • Clean with tepid water, if needed unscented liquid detergent can also be applied when cleaning your shoes.
  • Do not use bleach.
  • Dry in normal conditions, don’t use radiators, drying cabinets etc.
  • Don’t store your shoes in warm, humid or poorly ventilated areas since it can cause mold.

Textiles/synthetics

  • Impregnation can be applied, make sure that all surfaces where impregnation is applied are thoroughly cleaned before applying the impregnation.
  • Impregnation can be applied several times during the life-span of the product, when the shoes starts to absorb water it can be time to impregnate them once again.

Nubuck/suede Leather

  • Leather cream, spray or polish can be applied to reduce the possibility of the leather drying out, however it’s recommended to start applying on a less visible part of the shoes to avoid discoloration.
  • Make sure that the shoes are thoroughly cleaned on all surfaces that will be treated with cream, spray or polish, before applying it on the shoes.
  • Clear off any remaining leather treatment, then once again leave your shoes to dry.
  • Leather cream, spray or polish can be applied several times during the life-span of the product, when the leather starts looking a bit dry it can be time to treat them once again.

Full grain Leather

  • Leather cream, spray, polish or non-oiled based wax can be applied to reduce the possibility of the leather drying out, however it’s recommended to start applying on a less visible part of the shoes to avoid discoloration.
  • Make sure that the shoes are thoroughly cleaned on all surfaces that will be treated with cream, spray or polish, before applying it on the shoes.
  • Clear off any remaining leather treatment, then once again leave your shoes to dry.
  • Leather cream, spray, polish or non-oiled based wax can be applied several times during the life-span of the product, when the leather starts looking a bit dry it can be time to treat them once again.