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Lance 10 Mid Brown Lining Purple Flex Monks

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€125.93

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About
Monks Lance 10 Mid Brown Lining Purple Flex

About Lance 10 Mid Brown Lining Purple Flex

Explore the fall-winter collection of leather monks for men by Melvin & Hamilton. This type of low shoes is famous for its single or double buckle which gives it a chic look. With these monk shoes Lance 10, you make the choice of quality! Monk strap shoes, with one strap or a double strap, are less conventional than other low city shoes, but remain a classic for an elegant business outfit. It's the perfect alternative to vary the looks during the cold days of the season. Choose these brown leather monks to go with your suit or jeans.

  • Real Leather
  • Vegetable tanned leather
  • Gold Rated
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  • Info & Care
Monks Lance 10 Mid Brown Lining Purple Flex
  • Gender Men
  • Season Fall / Winter
  • Material Vegetable tanned calf leather
  • Color Brown
  • Insole Leather lnsole
  • Lining Purple leather lining
  • Outsole Leather & rubber
  • Heel height 2.5"
  • Collection newest
  • Item number 109525

First of all, clean the shoes with a wet cloth, before any other care. Then wipe the shoe with a dry cloth. You can easily take care of this type of leather with moisture supply, such as creams, lotions and fine shoe care products. This will nourish the leather and avoid cracks and other injuries on your shoes. Take also care of the leather soles by using a special oil for them. In addition to all these cares, we also recommend you to use shoe trees to make your shoes last longer. In addition, we strongly advise you not to apply waterproofing sprays, especially sprays containing alcohol. Indeed, they can alter the brightness and damage the finish of your leather shoes.

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