Because genuine leather is an animal product, it requires special care. Each type of leather should be cared for differently. Therefore we recommend trying out care products on an inconspicuous spot.

In principle, the following applies to all leather clothing: do not use any solvents or nail-polish remover.

Drying: Allow parts that have become wet to dry on a shaped hanger at room temperature (not in direct sunlight). Never hang leather clothing up in a wardrobe when it is wet (danger of mould).

Ironing: Leather is best ironed from the inside using heat level 1 and under tissue paper or a dry cloth. Steam should not be used.

Extra tip: Before wearing for the first time and to protect against moisture damage, spray the garment with a CFC-free leather waterproofing agent.