Shoes are the most important part of any outfit and, unfortunately, they take the more abuse than any other item in your closet. From salted pavement to rain-wetted sidewalks, our shoes are subjected to a vast number of caustic and damaging elements every day. To maintain them, most people use a moisture-resistant spray that repels water and prevents long-term damage. However, there is an additional measure that can be taken to keep your shoes in the best condition possible: leather conditioning. In this post, we're going to look at why leather conditioning is critical to the health of your shoes and, more importantly, how it can keep your favorite pair of designer shoes in action longer.