Black leather Ballet Flats from the Dutch company Loints of Holland. This company has a hundred-year history of manufacturing high-quality shoes. And although the Active line was born just 2 years ago, it has already won the appreciation of fans of comfortable and high-quality shoes. Model 73931 Active is made from very soft nappa leather. In order to achieve maximum softness, this leather is rotated for several months in special centrifuges along with smooth river stones. As a result, one of the softest and most durable leathers used in shoe production is born. These shoes are not lined, so your foot completely feels the softness of the leather. A piece of matte unlined leather, wax nubuck, is sewn onto the heel cof the shoe. It serves as a kind of stand-up collar and makes the topline unusual.
The elastic is hidden under a seam on the topline, which creates folds of leather, but only until the shoe is shod on the foot. When the shoe is on the foot, there are no wrinkles. This elastic band helps to fix the shoes on the foot. However, at first it can put a little pressure on the foot. In this case, just put the shoes on the socks and the shoes will adapt to your foot.
Ballet Flats have removable insoles, the photos of which you see below. If you need to use individual insoles, just pull these insoles and insert your own.
Despite the fact that the sole of the shoes is flat, the heel is 2 cm above the toe. It is very comfortable to walk in such shoes.
To determine the size of the Shoe, do the following:
- Take a clean sheet of paper and a well-sharpened pencil.
- If you are going to wear next shoes with a sock — put the sock.
- Place your foot on the paper and carefully draw around it. It is recommended to do it in the evening as by the evening the feet swell – especially if you have a sedentary way of life.
- Remove the foot from the sheet and draw a long line with the help of a ruler.
- Measure both feet and select the largest number.
- At the end, you need to round this figure to 5 millimeters and select the size in the table.
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