Shoes should always be put on and taken off after they have been unlaced/unfastened.
To ensure the safety of your child, check that shoes are well laced/fastened on their feet. Shoes should be cleaned and preserved on a daily basis using appropriate waterproofing and cleaning agents.
Leather footwear is not moisture resistant. The shoes should be protected from heavy soiling, moisture and soaking. Dirty shoes should be cleaned with a wet cloth or a natural hair brush. Under any circumstances do not wash leather shoes in a washing machine, as the soaked shoe will lose its proper shape and flexibility, leather and sole may crack. They wear out faster as a result of glued joints and stitches being weaker. If the shoes get wet, however, dry them at room temperature, away from heat sources.
Please note that the natural leather due to its nature may not have an identical colour or structure on the entire surface.
Shoes must never be put on in the event of skin irritation or damage, or if an open, undressed wound is present.
Shoes should be stored in a dry room, at temperature of up to 30 degree Celsius, away from any source of heat and direct sunlight.