Our creations are designed and handcrafted in India. They are the result of constant in-depth research that ensures the utmost quality and comfort. The materials (leather, Textile and leatherette) used are carefully selected by our expert craftsmen. They carry out the work by hand so it is important to take care of your footwear.
Any imperfections, creasing, shading, or irregularities in the leather are to be regarded as natural features of the product.
The following recommendations are general guidelines for maintaining the longevity and durability of the footwear.
We declines any responsibility for the instructions stated herein, each customer shall be held individually responsible.
Maintenance of the Product
The space should be dry, clean, ventilated, and positioned. And away from direct heat or heat sources, direct sunlight and electrically produced light. It is best to keep the footwear in the designated dust bags that come with the product.
Maintaining the Shape of the Footwear
It is only natural that the shape of the shoe changes over time. The footwear molds to the shape of the wearer’s foot and may change shape further as a result of long-term and prolonged use. Leather has a natural tendency to wrinkle and crack over time. To prolong the elasticity and maintain the shape of the shoes, it is best to stuff them with tissue paper when not being worn.
Laminated Outsoles: The laminated sole wear down during normal use. And also the consequent visibility of the sole base colour is to be considered a natural characteristic of the product. It is not a defect. To remove a small amount of dirt, its best to use a soft cloth dampened with water.
Rubber Outsoles: To clean rubber outsoles, it is best to use a neutral degreaser and a soft cloth. Being careful not to allow the cleaning product to come into contact with the upper part of the footwear.
The lining of the footwear can be cleaned. We recommend using a soft cloth dampened with water and mild soap. This is an advice only for a small amount of dirt.
PS: Remember that soft tissue and plastic spacer that came with your shoes when it first came out of the box? Don’t throw it away! Material damage can easily occur with these shoes. So it’s important they aren’t exposed to moisture or direct sunlight. Some people keep them in their original box to ensure they are protected. And you should absolutely make use of those dust bags they came with!
While travelling, put them into their dust bags along with some of the original packaging so they aren’t damaged in transit.
(We are not responsible for the instructions stated herein, the respective customer shall bear the responsibility.)