SIZE GUIDE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Size guide measurements are in length from heel to toe and are only guiding.
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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FEET
What you will need:
- Two pieces of paper
- A pen
- A ruler
- A friend (recommended but not essential)
When measuring your feet, wear the kind of socks or stockings that you will be wearing in the shoe that you are planning to purchase.
It is also best to measure both feet because most people’s feet are slightly asymmetrical. If so, use the measurement from your bigger foot.
- Step down on a piece of paper and trace the outline of your foot. It will be easier to have a friend present to trace your foot for you
- Measure the length of your foot from the longest toe to the back of your heel
- Compare your measurements to our measurements in our size guide to find the number that corresponds to your length and width
When taking off your shoes, please use a shoehorn and not the other shoe as there’s a risk that the backside’s seams will become loose. Shoehorn also protects the back of the shoes.
Prevent dirt by using an impregnation spray. This creates a cover over the shoes, which makes them easier to keep clean. Clean by using special products such as an abrasive block, suede brush or special cleaning products. Impregnate afterwards with spray, let dry and brush. Repeat for the best result. Do not use impregnation spray on the rubber sole.
To make the heel last as long as possible on your new shoes, it is important to change the heel tip before it is torn down. This is easily fixed at the shoemaker.
Prevent dirt by using an impregnation spray. This creates a cover over the shoes that makes them easier to keep clean. Clean by using special products such as an abrasive block, suede brush or special cleaning products. Impregnate afterwards with spray, let dry and brush. Repeat for the best result.
Impregnate the shoes before use. For cleaning, use a shoe brush. Use leather-cleaning products for tough stains. Polish afterwards by using a shoe cream in the correct tone. This betters the colour and makes the leather shiny. Spray gives extra protection against wet. Do not use impregnation spray on painted leather.
Brush and use cleaning shampoo for textile when needed. Do not use the washing machine. To protect the shoes, spray a thin layer of textile impregnation spray on them and let dry. Repeat for best result.
Gently dust-off dirt by using a dry clean towel. If the stains don’t come off, please go to your dry cleaner for advice.
Damp a clean towel with water and soap and clean the shoes continually on both the outside and the inside. Just be careful not to use too much water as it can break down the glue’s bond in the insock, therefore try keeping the water away from the lining and insock and only on the plastic.