The slip-on iteration of Eytys dressy ’Doja’ sneaker is recognized by its even more stripped down design. A minimalist style with a concealed elastic closure made in silky cement suede on a stylized rubber sole. The sneaker has arch support and an inner sole of cork.
Main material: Premium shiny cow suede
Suede uppers can be treated using a suede protector spray. We always recommend you spray an even layer over the entire shoe when they are new. This will prevent stains from sticking to the shoes and will also make them slightly more water-resistant.
Use a suede brush to brush the shoes off after wear. Even if your suede shoes don’t look dirty, damp and dirt can stick between the fibers and grow into the material. When you brush suede, you should brush in one direction. It ensure the fibers rest in the same direction and gives a smoother appearance. We recommend you brush towards the toe of the shoe.
A gentle and easy way to clean your suede shoes is to use a steamer. Steam will lift the fibers in the suede and release small particles of dirt. When you have steamed the shoes, use a rubber suede brush to lift the fibers further and release dirt and debris.
If you get single stains on your suede shoes you can use a suede eraser to remove dry stains. Rub the stains out using moderate to firm pressure on the shoe.