Take good care of your leather and you'll be able to enjoy it for many years to come!

Here's a guide on how best to care for your leather gear.


  • Before you attempt to clean or polish your leather, you'll need to remove any dirt or dust with a soft cloth / brush, but be mindful of any stitches.
  • Apply a small amount of Saddle Soap to the soiled area with a soft cloth.
  • Gently buff the area in a circular motion until all excess soap has been removed. 
  • Repeat for any marks you want to remove.
  • Dry your product on a flat surface away, in a cool place away from direct sunlight.


  • For heavily soiled items, and for those with a lining like jeans, you might want to consider having them professionally cleaned.
  • Apply some Saddle Soap to the affected area, with a damp sponge.
  • Gently rub the surface until you've formed a lather and continue to work into the leather to remove the stain.
  • Remove any excess and let the leather dry away from direct sunlight or heat for several hours.
  • Apply a leather conditioner such as Waproo Leather Conditioner or Angelus Leather Balm.
  • Always allow the garment to dry slowly and fully in between applications of leather conditioner.
  • Buff with a soft damp cloth and repeat leather conditioning if necessary.



  • Leather is certainly not waterproof, although it can accept some light water such as rain ... in moderation.
  • It's always advisable to remove any excess water as soon as possible with a soft cloth.
  • Water resistance can be improved by applying Angelus DubbinAngelus Leather Balm & Waproo Leather Conditioner.
  • If your leather gets quite wet, you'll need to dry it flat and away from direct sunlight and heat.
  • Once dry, you'll need to condition the leather to restore it.
  • Sweat, salt and oils from your body should be removed through cleaning and then dried in a cool flat place away from direct sunlight, followed by a leather conditioner treatment.
  • Leather that has been fully wet should be professionally cleaned.


  • Store leather in a cool dry place and allow leather to take it's intended shape.
  • Don't store your leather until it's fully dry.
  • Avoid storing leather in a situation where mould can occur, use desiccant bags if there's any doubt.
  • Any mould should be removed with a brush, taking special care for any stitched areas.
  • Once mould is removed, clean and polish leather as per instructions above. 
  • Don't store leather in direct sunlight or in a vacuum sealed bag.
  • Leather needs to breathe so air flow is important.


  • Please contact us with any issues pertaining to leather goods bought from us.
  • If we've made it we'll be able to repair it and will try to do so in most circumstances.
  • Repairs or alterations made to leather goods bought from us but not made by us are best taken to specialist leather repair stores.
  • Contact Us and we'll advise you where to take specific products based on your capital city.

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