Like an expensive watch or weekender bag, high-quality leather shoes are an investment piece. The price is paid back tenfold from the years of use you’re going to get from them, and there’s no stronger case for that claim than a pair of well-crafted leather shoes. Keep scrolling to learn how to properly protect your investment and make these black Church’s llast for a decade.
4. Give ’em the day off. Wearing your wingtips three weeks straight is definitely not going to prolong their life. Every few days give the shoes a chance to «breathe».
5. Use a shoe horn. That foot wiggle dance you do when trying to get your shoes on destroys the heels.
Extra tips: Whenever working on your shoes with a cream, polish etc. you should a) lay down newspaper or old t-shirts on your work surface, b) do pre-test in an inconspicuous area on the shoe before applying it to the entire surface area, and c) put in a shoe tree.