Straight out of the box, the ﬁrst thing to do with your suede shoe is to apply a “suede protector” spray. The preemptive spray will partially water proof your shoes and keep a lot of the dirt and stains from sticking to them.
To maintain your suede shoe it is best to regularly brush them with a suede brush. Brush them while dry, do not press to hard and always in the same direction to keep the nap uniform. For more persistent stains that wont come off with the brush, use a suede eraser. Apply a light pressure.
To revive your suede shoe, use the steam from a kettle then brush the hairs with a rubber suede brush.
HOW TO STYLE
The details in the stitching and quality of the sneaker leggier construction, sets the sneaker appart, ensuring luxury and style whatever the occasion might be.
CONSTRUCTION & LEATHER
The Buenos Aires is available in a range of colours: Cognac Calf, Dark Blue Calf, Dark Brown Calf, Dark Grey Suede, Museum Brown Calf and Black Calf.
The calf sneakers uses a selection of the finest French leather. As for the suede, it is handpicked in Italy to only select un-split skins, ensuring the durability of the suede.
Each pair of sneakers is equipped with two different colours of cotton laces, one white and the other matching the colour of the sneaker’s leather. The hand stitched sneakers are mounted on lightweight rubber sole that vary in colour depending on the design.
Each pair is signed with a “960” on the tongue, which represents the brands registration number in Argentina. The stamp on the leather mimics the way livestocks are branded in “la pampa” by the gauchos.