It depends when you wear them and how often. I used to wear them mainly in spring and summer and avoided wearing them in the rain, so I rarely used the spray. Whereas, if you wear them often and in all types of weather conditions they would have to be sprayed more often.
Bear in mind, after you have worn suede shoes in the rain, they need a longer time to recover before wearing again, even if you did apply the spray before wearing. Generally, suede does need longer to recover then calfskin even in dry weather.
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