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ALF8-W5 Formal Oxford Brogue

ALF8-W5 Formal Oxford Brogue

Prix habituel $200.00 USD
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In addition to their aesthetic appeal, these genuine leather formal shoes offer exceptional comfort and durability. The supple nature of the leather molds to the contours of the feet, providing a custom fit and ensuring all-day comfort. Furthermore, the durability of this leather shoe ensures that it can withstand the demands of formal occasions, remaining in pristine condition for years with proper care.

The Details

  • Upper Material: Top layer cowhide leather 
  • Lining Material: Pigskin/Cow leather
  • Insole Material: Pigskin/sheepskin leather
  • Outsole Material: Rubber/Leather
  • Season: All Season
  • Style: Brogue
  • Pattern Type: Hand Print Patina

Material

  • Upper Material: Top layer cowhide leather 
  • Lining Material: Pigskin/Cow leather
  • Insole Material: Pigskin/sheepskin leather
  • Outsole Material: Rubber/Leather

Shipping & Returns

When you order custom-made shoes, it's important to understand that they are crafted specifically for you, which requires time and attention to detail. The delivery time for made-to-order shoes typically ranges from 15 to 20 days.

It's important to note that the estimated delivery time of 15-20 days is a general guideline and can vary depending on various factors such as the complexity of the design, the availability of materials, and the workload of the shoemaker.

While the waiting period may seem longer compared to ready-made shoes, the end result is a unique pair of shoes tailored to your preferences and measurements. The anticipation and the knowledge that your shoes are being meticulously crafted make the wait worthwhile.

Care Instructions

Proper care and maintenance of leather shoes are essential for preserving their appearance and extending their lifespan. By following a few simple guidelines, you can ensure that your leather shoes remain in excellent condition. Here are some instructions for leather shoe care:

Cleaning:

Start by removing any loose dirt or dust from the shoes using a soft brush or cloth.

For deeper cleaning, use a mild leather cleaner or saddle soap. Apply a small amount to a damp cloth and gently rub it over the surface of the shoes.

Avoid using excessive water or submerging the shoes, as it can damage the leather. Wipe off any excess cleaner with a clean, damp cloth.

Conditioning:

Leather shoes tend to dry out over time, so conditioning is crucial to keep them supple and prevent cracking. Apply a leather conditioner or cream to the shoes using a soft cloth or applicator.

Work the conditioner into the leather using gentle, circular motions. Pay special attention to the creases and seams.

Allow the conditioner to be absorbed into the leather for a few minutes, and then wipe off any excess with a clean cloth.

Polishing:

Polishing not only enhances the shine of leather shoes but also provides a protective layer. Choose a high-quality shoe polish that matches the shoe colour.

Apply a small amount of polish to a soft cloth or brush and rub it onto the shoes using circular motions.

Pay attention to detail and ensure the polish covers the entire surface, including the heel and edges.

Allow the polish to dry completely, and then buff the shoes with a clean cloth to achieve a glossy finish.

Waterproofing:

Protect your leather shoes from water damage by applying a waterproofing spray or wax. Make sure to choose a product specifically designed for leather.

Follow the instructions on the waterproofing product and apply it evenly to the entire shoe surface.

Allow the shoes to dry naturally after waterproofing, away from direct heat sources.

Storage:

When not wearing your leather shoes, store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Use shoe trees or crumpled tissue paper to maintain the shoe's shape and absorb moisture.

Avoid storing leather shoes in plastic bags or airtight containers, as it can promote mould and mildew growth.

Maintenance:

Regularly inspect your leather shoes for any signs of damage, such as scuffs, scratches, or loose stitching.

Address minor scuffs or scratches by applying a matching shoe cream or polish and buffing gently.

For major repairs or deep cleaning, consider taking your shoes to a professional cobbler.

Remember, consistency is key when it comes to leather shoe care. By following these instructions and establishing a routine maintenance schedule, you can enjoy the timeless elegance of your leather shoes for years to come.

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