Rough Leather

In this video we explain the difference between nubuk and suede leather and also demonstrate the most important step of rough leather care: roughening.

Applicable Products


Nubuk + Textile Classic

Liquid colour care for suede and textiles

100 ml ($13.95 / 100 ml)
Colour care for suede and textiles. This special liquid polish conditions, protects and revives colours.
Shake bottle well. Press sponge top applicator down onto the shoe, apply the liquid evenly. Roughen up fibres with a suede brush once dry.

Nubuk + Velours Classic

Waterproofing spray for suede leather with colour activation

200 ml ($8.98 / 100 ml)
Water-proofing spray for suede. Prevents water and dirt penetrating into the leather which causes staining. Maintains the plush and velvety texture of suede while reviving colour. Available in neutral...
Before wearing the shoes for the first time, spray them three times from a distance of about 20 cm in a well ventilated area. Leave the shoes for about 20 minutes so that the spray can penetrate deep ...

Nubuk Box Classic

Moss rubber sponge

Foam rubber sponge with crepe side cleans and thoroughly roughens up suede leather


Suede leather brush

Suede special brush cleans and thoroughly roughens up fibres - practical for large surfaces

Nubuk and Suede

Nubuk and Suede
Suede, rough leather, nubuk and velours – there are many terms that describe this special, velvety material. There is plenty of room for confusion, but it is not hard to tell the difference between them.