How to Clean Your Vessi Shoes
We love seeing you get out in your Vessis. But a life welcoming water can leave your shoes looking beat up and dirty. Here’s how to clean them and keep them looking fresh for days ahead
Prep and Laces
Gently remove loose dirt from the outsole, midsole and uppers using a dry, soft-bristled shoe brush or cloth. Remove laces and wash separately by hand in a mixture of warm water and baking soda.
Put a small amount of baking soda directly on the affected area, and spritz it with the white vinegar. Using the microfibre cloth, gently wipe in circular motions toward the outsole. This gets into the small grooves of the knit material.
Rinse and Repeat
Rinse the affected area with cold water, and repeat as needed until clean. Use caution as to avoid damaging the material through excessive rubbing or scraping.
Air dry your shoes at room temperature, away from direct sunlight or heat source like a radiator.
Hot tip: If water entered the inside of the shoe during the cleaning process, you can place scrunched up newspaper inside to help speed up the process.