Cleaning, caring and protecting are important steps to prolong the durability and comfort of your footwear. Remove the footbed (if removable) or foot orthotic before washing. Hand-wash with lukewarm water (max 40°C) and soap. Do not machine wash.
Drying should be slow and take place at room temperature. Avoid exposing shoes to direct sunlight or placing them near sources of heat.
Store your footwear in a dry and well-aired place. Keep away from direct heat as it can cause cracking in the leather.

LEATHER :: Before treating leather, remove dirt with a soft clean cloth or brush. To restore and moisture, treat with a cream or leather conditioner. Allow about 15 minutes for the shoe cream to work and then polish with a cloth or brush to remove any excess and to make the leather shine. When dry, treatment with a waterproof spray will guarantee protection from dirt and moisture.

NUBUCK :: To restore the fluffy appearance of nubuck, roughen it up with a brush once it is dry. The shoe can then be waterproofed with a specific spray and, if needed, with a product to refresh the colour. When dried, roughen up the leather again.

WAXED NUBUCK :: To clean waxed nubuck, we recommend a foam product. To retain the matt surface lustre, apply a generous coat of special wax. Finally, to restore the gentle natural shine, polish the shoe with a soft cloth.

PATENT LEATHER :: We recommend a gentle foam product for cleaning your patent leather shoes. To retain elasticity, treat them with a special liquid or spray - never a grease-based product, since this will leave streaks on the patent finish. Use a soft cloth for polishing.

TEXTILE :: Textile based shoes are especially vulnerable to dirt and water. To prevent that dirt penetrates the fabric weave, waterproof the textile (when dry). Before cleaning your shoes with a foam product, first remove dirt with a brush. For stubborn stains, repeat the process.


Start by removing loose footbeds.
Clean excess water from the outside of the shoe using a dry rag or towel.
Put some newspaper or small towel inside the shoe to dry it from the inside and to draw the moisture out, replacing the moist paper whenever needed. Never place the shoes near a heat source; instead, let them air dry slowly at room temperature. When they feel dry, clean and condition them with leather cream and finally polish.


An appropriate professional should examine the prescribed footwear periodically and check for wear, damage, etc. Then can decide whether this product is still carrying out its clinical function.

Check your feet regularly. If you detect marks, redness or changes that are caused by footwear, contact the professional who prescribed them as soon as possible.

Frequently check your footwear before wearing. Look for rough edges, ridges or creases, etc., in the upper or sole. Have them repaired before excessive wear or damage.

Whenever possible, have two pairs of shoes and wear them on alternate days to allow the sweat to dry out.

Remove loose footbeds overnight to allow to dry.

Use a shoe horn to save your shoes from unnecessary wear and to keep their shape when sliding on and off.