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    5 tips for perfectly polished leather shoes

    If you haven’t heard that you should be practicing proper daily care for you leather shoes by now, where exactly have you been? We cannot stress enough how the everyday...

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    Italian leather shoes that last for decades

    If you are here, you probably don’t need to be convinced that buying quality Italian leather shoes is worth the investment. It makes sense: put $300-something into a great pair...

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    Socks or no socks?

                      While women get to break out the sundresses and strappy sandals for summer fashion, men have a little more difficulty dressing...

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    Your shoes don’t have to be spotless...

    It’s kind of a cliche nowadays, isn’t it? To say that imperfections are lovely, that to be aesthetically pleasing it doesn’t need to be pristine... but inside everyone there’s a...

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    Habits of stylish men

    Great style is a balancing act. While there are some things that look really great on every guy (a nice suit, a great pair of Italian leather shoes) they don’t...

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    Are your shoes worth repair?

    It’s kind of cruel that a beautiful pair of handmade leather shoes gets its lot in life. Taking the brunt of day-to-day wear is going to wear down any pair—especially...

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    Mastering the athleisure trend

    While a well-tailored suit can feel like a second skin, after a long workweek a guy needs to take some time away from the constraints of formal wear. This doesn’t...

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    Color Sense: How to match a suit with your Italian leather shoes

    It doesn’t matter how well-tailored a suit is: pairing the wrong color shoes is the easiest way to ruin the whole look. The worst part is how easy of a...

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    Finding the right cobbler for shoe repair

    In modern times, people have forgone the way of quality shoes in favor of wasting money on cheaply made products that fall apart after a few wears. When those shoes...

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We recommend ordering a full size below your regular US dress shoe size.

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Like most other Italian brands (Gucci, Prada, Tod's), our shoes run a full size larger than US dress shoe brands.

Extra room in your toes is by design. Think sleek and sexy.

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Resist the urge to press down on your toes to assess the fit. There's always going to be extra room because of the shape of our shoe lasts.

You have the perfect fit when:

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There is enough room across the widest part of your foot and your heel sits comfortably in the shoe. If you can confidently strut your stuff in the shoes, you're good to go.

And don't worry about minor heel slippage or extra room in the your toes!

Minor heel slippage is normal in a new pair of leather-soled shoes.

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After you break in your new shoes, the heel slippage will stop. Our Italian calfskin leather needs a chance to conform to your foot. If it doesn't, email us and we'll make it right.

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