TRAKKER Safety Clogs on PU Bottoms Black
TRAKKER Safety Clogs on PU Bottoms Black with a heel strap - Steel Cap, genuine leather Insoles, PU Soles
EU 43 - 28 CM
EU 45 - 29 CM
EU 46 - 30 CM
Clogs were made in EU according to PN-EN 347 standards as orthopaedic and preventive footwear.
How do I find my size?
We suggest that you choose the same size of clogs as you wear every day in other kinds of footwear or please follow the instructions below:
Take a soft, flexible measure (tailor's tape measure) and measure the insole length (in centimeters [CM]) of the shoes your are currently wearing and find comfortable. Check the corresponding size in the size chart. If you are in between two sizes it is more safe to choose the bigger one, because it is better to have some surplus in clogs than have them too small.
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Clean the shoes gently with a damp cloth, sponge or brush.
Natural leather footware coated with a polyurethane or acryl layer only gently wipe with a soft cloth or brush. Do not use polish or leather cleaner, because polycoat finish gives the leather its high shine.
Genuine facing leather footware wipe with a small amount of shoe polish.
Suede leather and nubuck should only be cleaned with a special brush or a tightly squeezed, moistened cloth. The footwear made of these kinds of leather can be refreshed with spray preservatives designed for the outer layer of leather.
Textile materials should be given special care. Dirt shall be cleaned only with a sponge dipped in warm water. You can add a small amount of a delicate detergent.
Washing shoes is forbidden (it makes the leather hard, dry and can cause wrinkles; the glue joints may be weakened).
If your shoes are soaked wet let them dry at room temperature (never expose them to the sun or radiators).
Remember about everyday care.