Care & Details
• A plastic film covers the calf leather, ensuring a shiny and bright material. The very thin surface of this material favors a crisp and light tactility, resulting in crumpled appearance. • The wrinkles of the material are characteristic of the skin and not a defect.
• The film makes this water-resistant material. • Avoid excessive temperature changes and humidity which can damage the plastic film. If the shoe is exposed to excessively high temperatures, there is a risk of crumbling. In too low temperatures the film may crack, as a result of the stiffening of the upper. • Avoid direct contact with solvents, abrasive materials or those could release colouring pigments. • Store shoes in separate bags to avoid direct contact. • Cleaning: the upper can be easily cleaned using a slightly damp sponge cloth with a gentle movement, without releasing water streaks. Leave to air dry without subjecting the shoe to external heat sources. • Avoid the use of brushes and excessive abrasions.