By purchasing quality products, you are helping protect the planet by using and reusing your goods for years to come! To keep your favorites looking better than the day you bought them, see our tips and tricks for preserving and enhancing your leather.


The first (and very important step) is conditioning your bag!

Full-grain leather should be moisturized every 8-12 weeks using a high-quality leather conditioner. When the leather starts to look dry, condition it with a quality moisturizer - we prefer Chamberlain's Leather Milk because their hydrating formula is free from harsh chemicals! This can also be applied to help buff out light scratches and unique markings.


The next step in taking care of your leather is waterproofing.

Every 6-8 weeks your bag should be waterproofed to prevent water stains. Since leather is permeable, it can never be entirely waterproof, but a good formula will be your bags best defense! We recommend Collonil Carbon Pro.


Allow your leather to dry naturally and never apply direct heat.


When not in use, store your goods in a dust bag away from moisture, heat and cold.


Test treatments in an inconspicuous spot before applying to your entire bag.


Do not leave your bag in direct sunlight, it may change the color.

See how our leather expert treats our leather



The full-grain leather difference

We firmly stand by our high-quality, sustainably sourced full-grain leather for many reasons! Full-grain leather is the highest quality leather on the market (two grades above genuine). Because its natural fibers are not buffed out in the tanning process, our leather keeps its original durability and strength - lasting you for years to come!

Light scratches

Because the top layer of the leather hide is not compromised during the tanning process, your goods might have light scratches from transportation. Don't worry, this is normal and generally can be buffed out with Chamberlain's Leather Milk.

Unique markings

Our leather comes from cow hides. Due to using natural vegetable dyes in the tanning process to avoid toxicity, each hide maintains its originality including slight variations. Small unique markings or stretch marks may be visible.

Uneven surfaces

Many of our designs are sewn inside out. This may cause your leather's surface to look bumpy. This is totally normal and comes with the process of handmade items.