White/Grey Trainer in a Wide fit by Jana

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This white/grey trainer in a wide fit is a perfect go-to shoe for Summer. The shoe is made with great comfort with a side zip so it is easy to put on and take off. The mixture of white/grey and silver gives it a very neutral tone that will easily match any outfit this Summer. Crafted in faux nubuck and smooth leather which stretches and moulds to your foot for a better fit. Detail is added to the shoe with punching and stitching. Cushioning on the footbed makes the shoe very soft to wear so you will have great comfort. The comfort will make this shoe one you won’t want to take off

 

Jana Jana Shoes
Upper material Leather Shoes/Synthetic Material/Textile material   Leather/Synthetic/Textile
Lining material Textile material  Textile
Insole material Textile material  Textile

 

White/Grey Trainer in a Wide fit

WIDTH G / H

THE COMFORTABLE ADDED WIDTH

Jana manufactures all its models in the comfort widths G or H. The shoe width indicates how narrow or broad a shoe is, or rather how much space there is for your feet. The G width is suitable for normal feet whereas the comfort width H has a somewhat wider cut.

DELIVERY

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RETURNS

Returns Policy

We want you to love what you ordered, but if something isn't right, let us know.

You can return new and unused condition items, with all original tags and labels attached bought on this website by post or in-store within 14 days of your order date. Defective items can be returned at any time. See below for details on how to return by mail.

Returns by Mail

  1. CLICK HERE for the the return form. Fill in required fields.
  2. You will be contacted with your return number.
  3. Prepare your package. Place the completed invoice and your return into package.
  4. Ship your package.

Returns in Store

Be sure to bring in your order amount and the refund will be processed

Changes and Cancellations

If you would like to cancel or change your order, please contact us as soon as possible – at contact@leavysshoes.com. We'll do everything we can to accommodate your request.

Leather Shoes
Shoes made from Leather

Care Guide for Nappa, Smooth and Brush Leather

  1. Remove any dirt or mud with a soft shoe brush. Gently rub the brush all over the shoe to remove the dirt. If you rub too hard, it can damage your shoes.
  2. Take the shoelaces out.  Clean the shoelaces with a damp cloth and mild soap (They can also be put in a mesh bag and into the washing machine).
  3. Use a damp cloth to wipe the shoes. Run a cloth under a tap and squeeze out all excess water. Add a small amount (few drops) of mild soap or leather cleaner to the cloth. Rub the cloth GENTLY over the smooth leather parts of your shoes.
  4. Rub the shoes again to remove soap. Wipe the shoes with a clean soap-free cloth to remove anything left behind from the previous time.
  5. Allow the shoes to AIR DRY. Let your shoes dry naturally without any heat from a radiator, heater or hairdryer. Direct heat will cause leather shoes to deform and crack.
  6. Once dry, moisturise your shoes. Water and soap will strip moisture from your shoes which can make them harden and dry. Shoe conditioner or shoe cream will care for your shoes by adding moisturise, making them softer and looking fresh.

PRO TIPS: It is recommended to remove dirt and mud daily with a brush. Baby wipes are ideal at cleaning dirt. Distilled white vinegar will clean salt stains from your shoes.

Leather is breathable and flexible like your skin. Similar to your skin, cold weather and water can cause the leather to dry and harden. Leather shoes need the same care you give your skin to make them last a long time and look good and fresh.

Shoe conditioner is best at moisturising leather to stop your shoes from drying out. So, it will prevent your shoes from getting cracks and will keep the leather flexible for softer shoes you will have for longer.

Shoe cream will moisture your shoes like conditioner, so your shoes will be healthier and softer. It will also add a layer to your shoes which will polish and add colour.

It is very easy for us to get scratches and scuffs on our shoes from something as simple walking. Those marks can be removed with use a wax-based polish. The polish will cover scratches/scuffs and protect the leather. It will also give a high shine finish to your shoes (but will not care/moisturise them).

As leather is a natural material, drying leather shoes unnaturally can be damaging. Always let your shoes dry naturally, so never direct heat (radiator or hairdryer) as it will cause them to shrivel up and lose their flexibility and appearance. Allow them to air dry without any sunlight.

Oil and grease can be the worst things for leather, but talcum powder can help cover it. The talcum powder will help by trying to absorb the oil.

  1. Apply the powder to the shoes. It is best to treat stains as quick as possible, similar to clothing.
  2. Let it do its job for a few hours. An absorbent powder such as talc will absorb the oil or grease from the leather.
  3. Carefully remove the powder with a soft shoe brush. Be sure to rub the brush gently, as to not cause any damage to your shoes.
Care Guide for Synthetic Shoes
Care Guide for Synthetic Shoes

Care Guide for Synthetic Shoes

  1. Take the shoelaces out.  Clean the shoelaces with a damp cloth and mild soap (They can also be put in a mesh bag and into the washing machine).
  2. Soak a cloth in warm water with soap.
  3. Wipe the dirty areas of your synthetic shoes with the cloth, then gentry scrub with a brush for about 2 minutes.
  4. Wipe your shoes clean with a wet cloth, removing any remaining soap.
  5. Allow the shoes to AIR DRY. Let your shoes dry naturally without any heat from a radiator, heater or hairdryer. Direct heat will cause damage to the shoes.

Wax based care products are not suitable and can harm synthetic shoes.

 

Most creams and polishes are useful for caring for your shoes, but it is recommended that you apply these products sparingly on synthetic shoes. You can stick a laundry dryer sheet into each of your synthetic shoes overnight to keep your shoes fresh and clean. This will also help your synthetic shoes keep their shape.

Care Guide for Textile Shoes

Care Guide for Textile Shoes

Some textile shoes can be put into the wash, but it can cause glue to come apart and some shoes may contain leather lining and require different cleaning methods.

  1. Take the shoelaces out.  Clean the shoelaces with a damp cloth and mild soap (They can also be put in a mesh bag and into the washing machine).
  2. Wipe your textile shoes with dry paper towel to remove dirt and grime.
  3. Mix a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid into two cups of warm water, mixing with the teaspoon.
  4. Dip a toothbrush into the water and lightly scrub the textile shoes. We recommended that you work with the grain of the textile fabric, to keep the colours consistent and prevent spotting.
  5. To remove any remaining liquid residue, wipe your shoes with a paper towel, moistened with water.
  6. Allow the shoes to AIR DRY. Let your shoes dry naturally without any heat from a radiator, heater or hairdryer. Direct heat will cause damage to the shoes.

We recommend using a soft nylon brush on your textile shoes to remove dirt and debris. You can stuff dry paper/newspaper into your shoes to hold the shape of your shoes. Light dirt spots can be cared for using soda water and a brush.

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