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The Case For Designer Handmade Shoes

Posted by Zest 365 26/07/2017 2 Comment(s) Shopping,Branding,New Products,

The Case for Designer Handmade Shoes

Why You Should Buy Designer Handmade Shoes

 

We all face issues while and after buying footwear. Sometimes, the leather cracks open, revealing ugly lines, whereas sometimes the heal breaks when we are left half way through the mall. We have closets full of shoes and yet we are unable to enjoy the experience of wearing different shoes every day. That is because no one pair of shoes performs all the functions. You seldom get comfort, good looks, style in the same package. You want to attend parties convinced that your feet are in safe hands and that you won't have the cringe because of foot pain.

If you find the above problems familiar, you may think about buying handmade leather shoes. They are comfortable, look nice on your feet, and easy to wear. Below are some of the reasons why you should buy handmade leather shoes:

 

Good quality raw material (real leather)

 

It is natural to feel heartbroken after witnessing your shoes wither away. The first and perhaps the most attractive part of the leather shoes is the good quality material they are made up of. Designer leather shoes won't betray you. The good quality leather makes sure you don't see cracks in your shoes after a few days of wearing them.

 

Efficient construction process

 

A lot of time and money goes into producing handmade leather shoes. They are carefully crafted and the finishing in done meticulously to ensure the product is highest in terms of quality and comfort. The careful processing makes these shoes strong and durable. Of course, all that would take time and money and therefore the price is high, but isn't it worth spending on them?

  

Fit your feet quite well

 

Guess what? Handmade leather shoes are made in such a way that they fit on your feet without hurting. You don’t need to force your foot inside or crouch on the floor applying efforts with both your hands to fit your foot in. You just have to put your foot in and there you go. What is more is that the soft leather does not let your abnormal feet deform the shoe shape. So you get to enjoy the highly ranked qualities, nice physical appeal as well as comfort.
Replace all those stylish but uncomfortable shoes with the new handmade leather ones and walk around with the most comfort giving footwear.

 

They are long lasting

 

I agree the price of hand-made shoes is a little bit high. But if we look at the other qualities, the price factor becomes dimmer. Machine made shoes last you six months at most, if you wear them daily, whereas handmade leather shoes last for years. The minimum is more than a year. So, you better buy a pair of handmade leather shoes instead of two pairs of ordinary shoes.

 

They show you have a good taste

 

Anything that is handmade reflects the skills and hard work and is always considered esteemed. Wearing handmade shoes help convey the idea that you have a taste for originality and appreciate the skills of the artists.

2 Comment(s)

Jimmy:
10/08/2017, 03:58:41 PM
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Cool article. I like your designs.

Imtiaz Ahmad:
10/08/2017, 04:03:36 PM

Hi Jimmy,Thanks for your comments. We really appreciate it. Please let us know if you have any questions. Just to add, we have just updated our prices and you could save up to 60% and get Free Delivery on UK Mainland orders.

Neil Gibbs:
17/10/2017, 07:50:35 AM
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What type of material do you use in making your shoes?

Imtiaz Ahmad:
17/10/2017, 08:01:20 AM

Hi Neil,Thanks for your question. We use Real Leather (Cowhide and Calf Leather) in all our shoes. We also use suede and fabric material in our shoes where needed.This information can be seen on the product page under 'Specification' section in more detail. Please feel free if you have any more question(s).

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