How to wash your Sanuks

So you want to clean your Sanuks? That's cool. Here's a few things you should know...

Cleaning your kicks is a matter of material, not rocket science. So as long as the upper on your Sanuk isn't leather (most aren't), a friendly machine wash on cold should do the trick. Throw 'em in, add a color safe detergent and spin to win.

If you're rockin' a leather pair, like the Sumo or Shore Leave, you'll want to opt for a good spot cleaning with an off-the-shelf leather cleaner. Elbow grease will also come in handy.

As always, clean with caution and never, under any circumstances, throw you Sanuks in the dryer. Instead, let Mother Nature work her magic and let your beloved pair air dry... and presto, your not-a-shoe is good as new!

For more complicated questions, our Sanuk Customer Care is always here to help.