Black, Wild Deer Leather
A dressed up sneaker to live in. With a leather upper and lining, featuring padded top line and heel counter, the 55993 Sneaker is supremely soft, comfortable, breathable. The recycled rubber outsole is virtually flat for a grounded and optimal foot feel, while the molded insole made of recycled cork and EVA provides cushioning and support and is removable, for the alternate use of orthotics. The cup outsole not only lends a retro feel, but also provides excellent grip through its subtle repeating stripe tread.
Made by hand in Portugal.
Expected shipment date: January 2022
/. Japanese wild deer leather, tanned without the use of heavy metals, entirely biodegrable. Full leather lining.
/. Organic cotton flat waxed laces, with copper aglets
/. Recycled rubber cup outsole
/. Cork and Recycled EVA molded insole, with antibacterial open cell foam cushioning
/. Unisex sizing
/. Average width, almond shaped toe
Deer leather is an incredibly soft and moldable material, with superior breathability, and a longevity and durability that few other leathers can surpass, even after repeatedly getting wet and drying again.
Deer skin is easy to maintain as long as you don't over condition it. The open nature of the surface of our leather means that a too-heavy conditioner will clog the surface, defeating the best features of this leather.
/. For oil stains: Use baby powder or corn starch to absorb the oils, letting the powder sit for some time, before using a soft brush to remove the excess powder.
/. For dirt: Remove dirt with a damp clean cloth. For optimal leather function and look, it's best to not let the dirt accumulate in layers, as it will be harder to remove. Stubborn stains can be cleaned with a bit of mild soap and water, with a soft damp cloth. Afterwards gently blot up any excess moisture, and leave to dry in a cool indoors place.
/. For conditioning: Use a lightweight leather milk conditioner or liniment, applying it in thin coats with a clean dry cloth. Always test your conditioner on a small discreet part of the shoe and allow it to dry, making sure there are no adverse reactions, before applying it on the entire surface.
/. For outsole care: The outsoles can be cleaned with brush and mild detergent. Rinse carefully under running water, taking care to keep the water flowing over the outsole only.
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