Saffron Suede Sabah
Introducing our newest buttery suede Sabah -- in a deep, rusty orange, that, dependent on the light, shows off warm tones of burnt red. We'll be wearing these all summer long with white linens, and denim. Enjoy!Read More
Natural Suede Leather Upper
Natural Leather Lining
Water Buffalo Leather Sole
Replaceable Rubber Outsole
Sabah Workshop Gaziantep, Turkey
First, with a clean cloth, lightly brush away any loose and dry dirt. Place a piece of adhesive tape over the spot, press and try to lift any dry dirt off the surface, dabbing at it lightly, as needed. Brush the nap of the suede lightly with a suede brush or firm toothbrush, lifting off the dirt. Be sure not to rub too hard. Brush in a fast circular way around the spot — not just at where the spot is — so as not to rub away the suede's nap in one spot. Brush again with the clean cloth. Never use creams, oils, waxes or shoe polishes on suede or nubuck. Oil or grease stains are very hard to remove — we suggest your Sabahs visit a professional shoe repair shop for a second opinion. Should the Sabahs or Babas get soaked, allow them to dry naturally, away from heat. A quick combing of the entire surface with a suede brush may bring back the nap — if not, visit your local shoe repair shop.
Size & Fit
Sabah sizing is unique. Refer to our size guide when considering a pair of Sabahs, and keep in mind, they will stretch and mold to your foot with time and wear.