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Aurland shoe Ox blood

Burgundy or "Ox blood" Penny loafer as it's called, is back. An equivalent color/variant was available from 1989 to 2009 and has been re-introduced as part of our classic line. 

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Handmade shoes from high quality leather

The leather used in all our shoes has a thickness of 2,2mm - 2.4mm. This is quite thick, and can hardly be found in any other type of shoe today. A consequence of this is that Aurland shoe requires some time to fit, but in a short while the foot will shape the leather, and it will feel soft and comfortable on the foot. Since the leather will conform to the foot, the shoe should be a bit tight to start with.

If your shoes are getting wet after a rainy day, it is important to remember that leather should dry at room temperature. If they are dried at high temperature it is a risk that the skin retracts and becomes dry and stiff.

The leather comes from cattle that have been grazing in Switzerland and France, and is tanned by Sepeci, one of Europe's best tannery. http://www.sepiciholding.com/index.php

Most of the Aurland shoe comes with different types of sole. Rubber sole, rough rubber sole and leather sole. The leather soles are best suited for indoor use / evening/dancing shoes, and light use out on dry days. All our soles are attached to the shoe using a two-component glue through a technical process.

Maintenance of smooth leather products

For the leather to remain soft and fine, it will need regular treatment with leather fat. We recommend our own leather fat that are color and silicone-free. The leather fat is produced by the Norwegian company Bebel Factories, which has long experience in manufacturing products for the treatment of leather. http://bebel.no

Clean the product with a moist, soft cotton cloth and let dry at room temperature. Then apply a thin layer of leather fat with a soft cotton cloth, with a soft shoe brush or hand directly. Let it soak in for a few hours and then wipe to take away any of excess leather fat.

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