How to care for your Tsonga Shoes
The life of your shoes will depend on the conditions they are exposed to, the care you give them and how often you wear them.
Our feet perspire and as leather is porous, this moisture will be absorbed. For the longevity of your shoes we recommend they have a 24-hour rest to air between wear, they are stored correctly and as obvious as it
They are light, flexible and shock absorbent to help care for your joints. They do not like being shut away in a box in a dark corner for long periods of time. Without use, polyurethane is prone to cracking.
Keep your shoes in a dry and well-ventilated environment and wear them at every opportunity.
Should your shoes accidentally get very wet, pack your shoes with newspaper to absorb moisture from the inside and allow your shoes to dry at room temperature and not in direct sunlight or near an artificial heat source.
For nubuck or suede leather, brush the leather lightly with a suede brush to remove any dirt. Do not apply polish to nubuck or suede leather.
To polish your shoes use a good quality leather cream specifically for full-grain natural leather.