Leather craftsmanship is a dance of skilled hands, a weaving of stories whispered by sun-tanned skin. In the artisan's workshop, leather comes to life, becoming an extension of nature itself.
With firm, purposeful stitching, the leather is molded into shapes that pay homage to the country's cultural heritage.
Leather products are not just another object, they are a manifestation of the identity of the Los Lagos region. Each bag, belt or wallet carries with it the spirit of local traditions and the passion of artisans who honor their land through art.
Clean your leather products regularly with a soft, clean cloth or soft-bristled brush to remove any surface dirt. For a deeper cleaning, you can use a specific leather cleaner. Be sure to follow the product instructions and test on a small inconspicuous area before applying it to the entire item.
Protection against water:
Leather is vulnerable to water stains and humidity. Use a waterproofing or water repellent spray designed for leather to protect your leather products from rain and splashes. Be sure to apply the product in a well-ventilated area and allow it to dry completely before using the item.
When you are not using your leather products, store them in a cool, dry place. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and heat, as this can damage and discolor the leather over time.