Save $100 on select down winter coats Shop the sale  View Details



  • Treat to prevent future stains. Apply leather protector to your leather to prevent water spots and stains. Try the RUDSAK protective spray.
  • Avoid anything with wax or silicone; it will clog the pores in the leather.
  • Avoid mink oil or other fats as it will darken the leather.
  • Avoid cleaners that leave grease or residue.


  • Remove dirt and dust from your leather coat by wiping with a damp and clean sponge dipped in lukewarm water.
  • Remove any water residue with a soft cloth.
  • Do not use cleaning products as they can cause discoloration and dry out the leather.
  • For larger stains, see professional leather cleaner.


  • Hang jacket on wide padded hangers so the leather maintains its shape.
  • Keep away from heat and always store in a cool, dry place and / or in a breathable garment bag.
  • Never wrap it in plastic – leather is porous and always needs air.