riemot Sheepskin Insoles for Men Women and Kids, White Normal, Super Thick Premium Lambswool Insoles for Wellies Slippers Boots
According to customer feedback, the NORMAL version is too narrow to some people. So we developed a WIDE FEET version. Please refer to Size Chart and choose as needed.
riemot Genuine Sheepskin Insoles is ideal replacements for worn sheepskin or faux fur boots. Great to use with Emu and Ugg Boots. These insoles are soft with beautifully fluffy sheepskin, stitched to a foam backing to help keep them in place.
Due to the nature of the sheepskin some colour variation may occur and they cannot be cut down to size due to the stitching around the edge.
Specification: Brand: riemot Size: 10, 10.5, 11, 12, 13, 1, 2, 2.5 Child UK for children, UK Size 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 for women, UK Size 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 for men
WINTER INSOLES: Durable winter shoe insoles that are fluffy and thermal.
NATURAL WOOL: Made of 100% natural sheep wool. Wool heats up your feet even at very low temperatures. Material: 100% Wool Fleece Sheepskin
FOAM CUSHIONING: The bottom layer of the insoles is made of open-cell foam, which is breathable and cushioned. Washing Method: Hand Wash and Hang to Dry Suitable Shoes: Wellies, Boots, Snow Boots, Slippers, Flats
Desirable Gift: They are the ideal gift idea for your friends, mum, dad or grandparents. For their warm, snug footsteps. Offer them to him/her and impress them.
30 Days Money Back Warranty: If anything at all goes wrong with your sheepskin insoles, we will take responsibility for exchange or refund per your preference.
Kid 10 UK=28 EU Kid 10.5 UK=29 EU Kid 11-11.5 UK=30 EU Kid 12-12.5 UK=31 EU Kid 13 UK=32 EU Kid 1 UK=33 EU Kid 2 UK=34 EU Kid 2.5 UK=35 EU Women 3UK=36 EU Women 4UK=37 EU Women 5UK=38 EU Women 6UK=39 EU Women 7UK=40 EU Women 8UK=41 EU Men 8UK=42 EU Men 9UK=43 EU Men 10UK=44 EU Men 11UK=45 EU Men 12UK=46 EU
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Your footwear says a lot about you, so keep your kicks looking fresh with these Pro Tips.
Do your shoes need a good cleaning? There are many different ways to clean your shoes while also keeping wear and tear to a minimum. Let Pro Tips show you some simple tips on how to clean your shoes at home and keep them shining.
The first step to cleaning your sneakers is gathering the right supplies.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
First, combine a small amount of laundry detergent and water together to create a cleaning solution. If you don’t have a sponge, you can use a washcloth as a substitute.
CLEANING INSOLES AND LACES
Now, before cleaning your shoes, remove the insoles and shoelaces. You’ll clean these separately.
To clean yourinsoles,wipe them down with a clean sponge. You’ll then dip the sponge in the cleaning solution and scrub the insoles.
Once the scrubbing is complete, make sure to rinse the sponge off completely. This will come in handy when removing any suds or leftover soap residue on the insole.
Leave your insoles out to air-dry overnight. To help soak up the water, you can leave your insoles on a towel.
And don’t forget about the shoelaces. Use a dry toothbrush and lightly scrape the shoelaces to remove any dried dirt or mud. You’ll then dip the toothbrush in the cleaning solution and scrub your shoelaces clean.
Rinse the laces in the sink to remove suds and let air-dry.
CLEANING YOUR SHOES
Now it’s time to clean your shoes.
Like the laces, the first step is to dry-scrub your shoes with a toothbrush to remove any large clumps of dirt or mud. Next, you’ll dip a sponge in the cleaning solution and use it to scrub your shoes.
Once you complete this step, use an old toothbrush to get any hard-to-reach places.
Note that it’s best to air-dry your shoes at room temperature. Although it may be tempting, you should never put your shoes in the dryer, as the heat can warp them. Stuffing the shoes with newspaper can also help absorb water and speed up the drying process.
SPECIAL CASES: LEATHER AND SUEDE SHOES
Not all shoes are created equal. Some shoes may need a little more attention than others. This is especially true of those made from leather or suede materials. Keep these do’s and don’ts in mind when caring for these types of shoes.
DO:Obtain a special suede brush. Gently remove dirt while brushing repeatedly in the same direction.
DON’T:Rinse suede shoes with water. Suede is extremely sensitive to water. Should water touch suede, it could alter the color of the shoes.
DO:Get a suede eraser to remove any additional marks on the shoes.
DON’T:Push too hard to get rid of mud on your shoe. The harder you scrape, the more likely your shoe will have scratches and marks on it.
DO:Use a shoe brush to remove dirt or debris.
DO:Use baby wipes or leather shoe wipes to help spot clean leather shoes.
DON’T:Put your leather shoes in the sun or by a heater. Leaving shoes outside in the sun can cause the leather to fade and crack.
DO:Apply leather conditioner or cream to protect your shoes and make them shine.
Now that you know how to keep your kicks clean, you can enjoy a nice run, walk or any other activity in spotless style.