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Platty Panny

160,00 лв. Редовна цена
70,00 лв.Продажна цена
ДАМСКИ РАЗМЕРИ
  • Height of sole- 3 cm

    Height of the inside plattform - 10 cm

    Height from the fifth to the top - 12 cm

    Weidth for the fingers - 11 cm

                                                                                             

    US

    UK

    Eur

    In

    Cm

    6.5

    2

    35

    9

    23cm

    7

    3

    36

    9.3

    23.5cm

    7.5

    4

    37

    9.5

    24cm

    8

    5.5

    38

    9.7

    24.5cm

    8.5

    6

    39

    9.8

    25cm

    9

    6.5

    40

    10.1

    25.5cm

    10

    7.5

    41

    10.4

    26.5cm

  • This model is "walking shoes" type.These shoes represent modern design with fancy fashion

    elements. These shoes offer comfort rather and fashionable style.Platty Panny shoes may be used outdoors in temperatures not exceeding -5 degrees Celsius. You can use this model in wet or humid environments.

    Platty Panny is made from 100% Natural Leather-most common and natural material offering ideal properties for shoe manufacturing. Leather is porous, soft, absorbent and to some

    extent can adapt to the individual shape of your foot. Leather is typical for its variable face pattern, which only enhances its natural

    characteristics and distinguishes it from synthetic materials. Leather is not entirely water resistant on the face surface (climatic conditions) or

    inside (perspiration). Therefore you must properly care for leather shoes.

    Polished leather - fine surface structure with small pores. Remove dirt from your shoes using a suitable brush or damp cloth and wipe dry. Use

    suitable impregnating lotion or cream of desired colour and polish. For casual care (for example at work or when travelling) you may use selfpolishing

    sponges; however, these only polish the leather and cannot replace proper care lotion.

    When putting on your shoes, in particular shoes with an enclosed heel, use a shoehorn. When you take your shoes off, insert a tensioning

    device inside your shoes to maintain proper shape.

    Change shoes frequently, in particular when worn in humid environments (using the same shoes everyday is not recommended).

    After each use let shoes dry thoroughly (remove inserts as well) - even after short usage the inside of the shoe gets wet due to foot

    perspiration.

    Using wet or only partially dried shoes again may result in excessive wear and tear (mostly of linings and insoles).

    Impregnate your shoes before first use and apply suitable shoe products. Perform shoe care and maintenance as needed.

    No shoe is perfectly water resistant when used for an extended period of time. Suitable impregnating products only increase water

    resistance and resistance against rain or snow.

    Stuff newspaper inside soaked shoes and let dry naturally, not too close to heat sources.

    Deicing and aggressive chemicals used in winter to maintain roads have a very negative effect on shoe material structures. These

    aggressive chemicals damage the structure of materials and cause swelling and the appearance of typical white spots. Try to avoid contact

    with these types of chemicals. Remove residual snow or wet dirt from your shoes after use. Use shoe care products regularly. Properly

    treated shoes are more resistant to negative influences. Shoes damaged by these chemicals cannot be returned.

    All stitched and perforated joints (including stitching of the upper edge of the sole) break the integrity of materials and reduce resistance of

    the shoe against external moisture.

    Rich and dark shades of polished leather (for example red and dark blue) may discolour slightly.

    Materials inside your shoe may slightly leak colours; remember that especially when wearing trousers tucked into boots (this also applies

    to the upper rims of high boots).

    Shoes should never be washed manually or in a washing machine.

    Do not use paint thinners or similar solvents such as acetone or alcohol to care for your shoes.