Alden Men’s Tassel Kiltie Loafer sz 10.5 Alden Men’s Leather Tassel Kiltie Loafer style 710 Size: 10.5 (A,C) Preowned in great condition. Small scratch on left shoe toe; regular wear to soles. See all photos Alden Shoes Loafers & Slip-Ons
Shoes are basically one of the foremost parts of your outfit and main items of your footwear designed in a way that it protects your feet. Whereas, Alden shoes have been the items of footwear in the fashion industry since 1884 in the parts of America. Many males in all various ranges of ages wore these traditional and magnificent pieces of footwear. These are stitched and woven especially with hands and they represent symbolism of ancient craftsmanship which is supposed to make these leather pieces strong and long lasting or much durable.
The features are what makes these fine pieces of leather stand apart and sell themselves without any convincing needed. The patterns on these Alden shoes are classic and so articulately detailed with their special long lasting materials. They are made by putting your comfort as the first and the foremost priority without compromising on how the final look of it comes out. The insole is made of naturally polished and stained leather which makes it easier for long wear and breathable enough for your skin. Leather is one of the best things about these fine shoes. If your day involves an ample amount of walking then these shoes will keep you comfort without any ankle or heel pain. They have rubber heels with leather scraps which binds them to your feet comfortably.
Taking care of leather footwear
Wearing leather is one thing and taking care of it involves a whole another process altogether. Never to keep it under direct sunlight or anything which is heat giving like heat vents is one of the most vital points to look at. Always use cream polish which is high quality, compromising on the cream polish may or may not lead to damages on your leather foot piece. Also, to remind you, you should make sure that the cream polish which you are using to clean the leather shoe, it should be matching the shoe color. Otherwise, you may end up damaging the shoe itself. More often than not, the different colored cream polish may result in adding stains or prominent mismatched color patches on your shoe, which ends up looking very ugly later on. For removing any dry stains or filth, even just wiping the shoe gently with a cloth which is made sure that it is dry would be enough. The dust which is dried on is the most ignored and inevitable kind of dirt so make sure you keep removing them. Also, keep them in places like balconies or areas with some porch out but make sure it is shady enough there. This helps in making the shoe airy and moisture to dry out. Get the best and relax for the rest.