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waw

 

Vegetable-tanned calf leather that is dyed through and treated with wax finish. Light pull-up effect. Tumbled for softness. Colour and texture may vary as a result of the tumbling process. The bi-leather colours have been dyed twice and thus display a different colour edge. The colour will get darker with wear and exposure to sunlight. The dye can stain your feet. Gets softer with use and may stretch.

 

lederbsp_waw

 

Colours for waw

  • Waw black

    black

  • Waw shark

    shark

  • Waw espresso

    espresso

  • Waw brown

    brown

  • Waw cuoio

    cuoio

  • Waw cotto

    cotto

  • Waw siena

    siena

  • Waw brandy

    brandy

  • Waw brown bi

    brown-bi

  • Waw grey

    grey

  • Waw grey bi

    grey-bi

  • Waw smog

    smog

  • Waw pale

    pale

  • Waw granit

    granit

  • Waw cloud

    cloud

  • Waw beton

    beton

  • Waw wine

    wine

  • Waw orange

    orange

  • Waw red

    red

  • Waw red bi

    red-bi

  • Waw berry

    berry

  • Waw lila

    lila

  • Waw plum

    plum

  • Waw notte

    notte

  • Waw mauve bi

    mauve-bi

  • Waw flesh

    flesh

  • Waw ros%c3%a82

    rosé

  • Waw taube

    taube

  • Waw stone bi

    stone-bi

  • Waw blue

    blue

  • Waw petrol

    petrol

  • Waw forest

    forest

  • Waw khaki

    khaki

  • Waw anis2

    anis

  • Waw olive

    olive

  • Waw sulphur

    sulphur

  • Waw yellow

    yellow

  • Waw perla

    perla

  • Waw white

    white

 

Care instructions for waw leather

 

Vegetable-tanned leathers are extremely sensitive to humidity. Therefore, wipe dirt off gently using a soft cloth. Moisture - both from inside or outside - can leave marks and result in colour changes. Liquids like oil and even dirt also can leave irreversible stains on the leather.

Do not overdo the use of shoe care products, as this can block the leather pores and result in colour changes. For the occasional care of all plain leathers we recommend, for example, "Collonil Waterstop Colours". Small scratches can be treated with matching shoe polish.

If you notice a thin white layer on the leather, this is no cause for concern. It is only surplus wax that can be easily removed. This process is even easier if you heat up the shoes carefully for a moment using a hair dryer.