• Do not store your leather garment in plastic or non-breathable sealed bags as it can promote mildew.
  • Avoid storing in direct sunlight or in excessively dry conditions as this will accelerate leather aging and cracking
  • When wet, allow leather garments to airdry naturally away from any heat source to maintain shape and sizing.
  • Avoid extreme heat or humidity that may damage leather’s natural oils.
  • Leather can be treated with a leather conditioner yearly to restore flexibility and proper moisture levels.
  • In winter, promptly remove salt deposits from garments by sponging with clear water, then follow with the above treatment for wet or damp leather. Allow to airdry.
  • Avoid wearing in very humid and dry environments. This will shorten the life expectancy of a leather garment.
  • Do not use waxes, silicone products or other leather preparations that impair a garment's ability to breathe.
  • Wrinkled leather garments should hang out while on hanger. Storing with creases and folds will stress the leather and cause wrinkles in the garment.
  • Seek out a professional leather care specialist when your garment becomes excessively worn or soiled for professional care.


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