FINDING THE RIGHT SIZE

When looking for the right size for you, it is advisable to pay attention to the construction of the shoe and the materials from which it is made. With Loake Shoemakers, a brand known for its attention to detail and investment in exclusively natural elements, we recommend opting for a fixed size and let the shoe adapt to your foot in 3-5 wear, because natural leather stretches over time.

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The Goodyear Welting suture is still perceived as the best method of making shoes and offers the best balance between water resistance, the ability to "breathe", durability and comfort. Shoes made by this method are suitable for foot health and, in addition, look very good.

 

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General recommendations for shoe care

Loake shoes have an exceptional quality, which translates into a considerable lifespan. Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions. Depending on the model, the life of the shoes can be doubled or tripled by replacing the soles. However, it is essential to remember that the durability of shoes is conditioned by the way they are worn and cared for. Here are some helpful tips for this purpose.

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Counseling and testing service

As we want every interaction with the Loake Shoemakers brand and its products to be a pleasant one with added value for customers, we invite you to discover Loake products in partner stores or in the Loake showroom in Bucharest.

Because personal services have added value, and conventional retail requires qualified staff, products available in partner stores or physical showrooms may have distinct prices.

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WHAT SHOES ARE MADE OF

Loake shoes, boots and moccasins are products made exclusively of high quality natural leather. The leather of the upper section of the shoe comes almost entirely from Europe - mainly from Italy, France and Spain.

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REPAIR SERVICE

Loake offers a full factory repair service in Kettering, Northamptonshire. All Loake shoes - made using the Goodyear Welting process (including those with leather soles) - are designed to be repaired by master craftsmen, who will reattach the sole to the original shoe.

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