This suede is made using calfskin which is specially selected by an Italian tannery near Florence. It undergoes a secret tanning technique whereby using special oils gives it a unique sophisticated look and makes it water resistant.
After any use always allow the Sagans to dry at room temperature, away from any direct heat source. If your Sagans have got wet you may roll-up some paper and insert it inside the Sagans.
If you have dirt or mud on your suede Sagans, make sure they are completely dry before gently brushing it off with a rubber brush for suede or with a hard bristle brush being careful to brush only in one direction from the back of the shoe towards the tip.