Many Gentlemen wrongly think that the rain is a terrible nuisance for any pair of suede shoes… However, this type of leather, if well maintained of course, actually stands better the bad weather than a regular leather. A good suede leather is easy to take care of: a toothbrush soaked in a mix of water and soap is enough to wash your spotted suede shoes. By using a brass brush, a renovateur and/or waterproof sprays (such the ones from Saphir Médaille d’Or), you can easily revive the color of your shoes.

Photo credit : The Nordic Fit – Boots Meermin