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Shoes For Crews Mens Old School Low Rider IVThe Shoes 4 Crews Old School Low Rider IV is exactly what it sounds! It delivers a classic, 'old school' style with all the practical features needed for a modern non-slip chef shoe. We think the Old School Low Rider III is perfect for the chef who wants to look good and still get the job done!
Combining style, durability and comfort is this shoes signature. The patented MightyGrip outsole technology means that any chef or kitchen staff member can work safely on the slippiest of floors. The leather upper ensures you're fluid resistant making sure you're covered on both sides. It's lightweight with a flexible midsole making sure you're comfortable during even the longest of shifts.
We estimate that we would dispatch this item by 21st November, 2019 on a next working day service.
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Dirt and other debris can embed into leather. Use a shoe brush and shoe wipes to remove excess dirt and debris before you start polishing. Remove the shoelaces from your shoes before you start polishing them. This is the most effective method of cleaning the tongue of the shoe and avoiding staining the laces. When using shoe polishes or creams, for best results first apply the shoe polish or cream evenly with a brush or soft cloth. Once the polish has dried, buff to a brilliant shine using a natural bristle brush. NOTE: It is important to use a separate brush and cloth for applying and buffing different coloured shoes. If you prefer a more convenient alternative, there are instant shine liquids. First remove excess dirt and then apply the liquid evenly to your shoes. The formulation restores colour and dries to an instant shine – without the need to buff. Use shoe protector products to help waterproof your shoes and to protect them from common stains caused by water, mud, dust, snow or salt. Store leather shoes using a shoe tree, to help keep the shape of the leather. If you can't use a shoe tree (e.g., for strappy shoes), stuff the toe cap with newspaper or tissue. Never store or dry leather shoes near direct heat.