handmade Brown women's slip on shoes
handmade Brown women's slip on shoes
handmade Brown women's slip on shoes
handmade Brown women's slip on shoes

WOMEN'S Walnut Brown SLIP ON SHOES - LEATHER

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Expertly crafted for comfort and quality, these Women's Walnut Brown slip on shoes are handmade with premium leather. Each pair takes 4 days to make, resulting in durable and comfortable barefoot shoes. Experience the perfect blend of style and practicality.

LEATHER 

  • Upper: Premium Cow Leather 
  • Lining: Naturally Tanned Cow Leather 
  • Insole/Midsole: Premium Water Buffalo Leather 
  • Outsole: Natural Rubber for comfort and durability
  • Construction: Meticulously handcrafted with Beeswax-Coated Cotton Twine.
  • Handmade in Gaziantep, Turkiye 

Walk in elegance with ADEA.

Please Note: Our shoes are designed to adapt and mold to your feet gradually, typically taking a few weeks to a month depending on frequency of wear. This break-in period allows for a customized fit tailored to your comfort and movement.

Size chart

How to Measure:

Length: Place your foot on a flat surface and measure from the back of the heel to the tip of the longest toe.

Width: Measure the widest part of your foot.

Size Conversion Charts:

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Men

Leather

Taking care of ADEA shoes involves a few simple steps to ensure their longevity and maintain their appearance:

Clean Regularly: Wipe off any dirt or dust with a soft, damp cloth. This helps prevent the accumulation of debris that could affect the leather over time.

Air Dry: If your ADEA shoes get wet, allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid using direct heat sources like hair dryers, as excessive heat can damage the leather.

Condition the Leather: Periodically apply a leather conditioner to keep the leather soft and prevent it from drying out or cracking. This is especially important if the shoes are exposed to harsh weather conditions.

Protect from Moisture: If you anticipate exposure to rain or damp conditions, consider using a water repellent spray to protect the leather. This can help prevent water damage and stains.

Store Properly: When not in use, store your ADEA shoes in a cool, dry place. Use shoe trees or stuff them with tissue paper to help maintain their shape.

Avoid Sun Exposure: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause leather to fade and age more quickly. Store your shoes away from direct sunlight when not wearing them.

Rotate Usage: If you have multiple pairs of ADEA shoes, rotate their usage. This allows each pair to air out and prevents excessive wear on a single pair.

By incorporating these care practices into your routine, you can ensure that your ADEA shoes remain comfortable, stylish, and well-preserved over time.

 

Nubuck Leather

Caring for nubuck ADEA shoes requires a delicate touch to preserve their unique texture and appearance. Here's a guide on how to maintain and protect your nubuck ADEA shoes:

Brushing: Use a soft brush, preferably a nubuck brush or suede brush, to gently remove surface dirt and maintain the nap of the nubuck. Brush in the same direction to avoid altering the texture.

Protection: Apply a water and stain repellent specifically formulated for nubuck leather. Ensure the product is suitable for the specific type of nubuck used in your ADEA shoes. Test it on a small, inconspicuous area first.

Cleaning Spills Promptly: If your ADEA shoes get wet or stained, blot the area immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Avoid rubbing, as this can push the stain deeper into the leather. Allow the shoes to air dry naturally.

Avoid Sunlight and Heat: When not wearing them keep your nubuck ADEA shoes away from direct sunlight and heat sources to prevent fading and damage to the leather. Store them in a cool, dry place.

Use Nubuck Cleaner: If your shoes require more than brushing, use a nubuck cleaner designed for gentle cleaning. Follow the product instructions carefully and avoid over-saturating the shoes.

Maintain Shape: When not in use, stuff your ADEA shoes with tissue paper to help them maintain their shape. Avoid using newspaper, as the ink can transfer to the nubuck.

Rotate Usage: If you have multiple pairs of ADEA shoes, rotate their usage. This allows each pair to air out and prevents excessive wear on a single pair.

Professional Cleaning: For stubborn stains or a comprehensive cleaning, consider seeking professional help from a cleaner experienced in handling nubuck leather.

Consistent, gentle care will help your nubuck ADEA shoes retain their beauty and durability over time.

 

Suede

Caring for suede ADEA shoes involves specific steps to maintain their soft texture and appearance. Here's a guide on how to take care of your suede ADEA shoes:

Brushing: Use a soft-bristled suede brush or a clean, dry toothbrush to gently brush away surface dirt and restore the nap of the suede. Brush in one direction for a uniform appearance.

Protection: Apply a suede protector spray to create a protective barrier against water and stains. Be sure to follow the product instructions and test on a small, inconspicuous area first.

Cleaning Spills: If your suede ADEA shoes get wet, allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid using direct heat sources, as this can damage the suede. For dry stains, use a suede eraser or a damp cloth to gently rub the affected area.

Avoid Sunlight and Moisture: Store your suede ADEA shoes away from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Additionally, avoid exposure to excessive moisture, as it can damage the suede. Consider using shoe trees to help maintain their shape.

Professional Cleaning: For stubborn stains or comprehensive cleaning, consult a professional suede cleaner. Attempting to clean suede with water or harsh chemicals may damage the material.

Regular Maintenance: Brush your suede ADEA shoes regularly, especially after each wear, to prevent the buildup of dirt and maintain the suede's soft texture.

Rotate Usage: If you have multiple pairs of ADEA shoes, rotate their usage to allow each pair to air out and prevent excessive wear on a single pair.

By incorporating these care practices into your routine, you can keep your suede ADEA shoes looking stylish and well-maintained.

 

Hair on Leather

Caring for hair-on leather ADEA shoes involves specific considerations to preserve both the leather and the hair. Here's a guide on how to maintain and protect your hair-on leather ADEA shoes:

Brushing: Use a soft brush to gently remove dirt or debris from both the leather and hair. Brushing should be done carefully to avoid tangling or damaging the hair fibers.

Protection: Apply a leather protector spray that is suitable for hair-on leather. Ensure it won't discolor the hair, and follow the product instructions. Test on a small, inconspicuous area first.

Cleaning Spills: If your hair-on leather ADEA shoes get wet, blot them gently with a clean, dry cloth. Allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid using heat sources, as excessive heat can damage both the leather and the hair.

Avoid Sunlight and Heat: Store your shoes away from direct sunlight to prevent fading of both the hair and leather. Keep them in a cool, dry place to maintain their overall condition.

Handle with Care: Hair-on leather can be more delicate than traditional leather, so handle your shoes with care to prevent damage to the hair fibers.

Professional Cleaning: For more extensive cleaning or stubborn stains, consult with a professional cleaner experienced in handling hair-on leather.

Rotate Usage: If you have multiple pairs of ADEA shoes, consider rotating their usage to allow each pair to rest and maintain its appearance.

Hair-on leather requires a bit more attention due to the nature of the material. By adopting these care practices, you can keep your hair-on leather ADEA shoes looking stylish and well-preserved.

 

Rubber

If your ADEA shoes have rubber soles here are some care tips: 

Cleaning: Wipe the rubber soles with a damp cloth to remove dirt or debris. For stubborn stains, you can use mild soap or a mixture of water and vinegar. Avoid using harsh chemicals that could damage the rubber.

Drying: If the rubber soles get wet, allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid exposing them to direct heat sources, as excessive heat can cause the rubber to deteriorate.

Avoid Sun Exposure: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can lead to the deterioration of rubber. Store your shoes in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight when not in use.

Inspect for Wear: Periodically check the rubber soles for signs of wear or damage. If you notice any issues, such as cracks or separation, consider getting the soles repaired or replaced to maintain the functionality of your shoes.

Store Properly: When storing your ADEA shoes, make sure they are not in contact with materials that could cause the rubber to degrade. Store them in a way that allows air circulation to prevent moisture buildup. 

Avoid Extreme Temperatures: Avoid exposing your rubber-soled ADEA shoes to extreme temperatures, as this can affect the integrity of the rubber. Extreme cold can cause the rubber to become more rigid, while extreme heat can lead to softening and deterioration.

By incorporating these tips into your care routine, you can help preserve the rubber components of your ADEA shoes and ensure their longevity.

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