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What makes Allen Edmonds shoes so unique is the extensive range of sizes and widths we offer that make achieving a perfect fit much simpler. Each half size increases by approximately one-sixth of an inch and each full size increases by one-third of an inch. The widths of Allen Edmonds shoes range from AAA, the narrowest width, to EEE, the widest width, with a D width considered medium. Technically speaking, each width increases by approximately three-sixteenths of an inch in total girth.
- Package Dimensions : 7.11 x 2.54 x 2.28 cm; 91 Grams
- Date First Available : 8 February 2019
- Manufacturer : Allen Edmonds
- ASIN : B07NJL88GC
- Item Model Number : 1015001
- Department : Men’s
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 153,497 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #23 in Shoe Protective Treatments
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During COVID, I didn't want to leave my house to see a cobbler (not to mention my long-term cobbler sadly retired during this challenging year or so), and like many people, I figured I'd do it myself. I found this and it literally brought my soles back to life. It makes a big difference, more than you'd think. It's basically glossy black rubber paint.
Tips for use:
1. The applicator was easy, not messy at all. Be sure to shake it well, THEN WAIT A MINUTE before you apply it, so you don't end up with little bubbles on your soles.
2. If you have a "combo" sole like I did, I recommend using masking tape/painter's tape to protect the "leather" layers/sections of the sole, as you don't want those to become black, obviously.
3. If you do make a mess and a couple of drops end up where you don't want, gently wipe off w/a cloth dipped in water ASAP—it will get 80% of the "mess" off.
Very happy with this product and the results. If you're less meticulous (OCD, lol) than I am, you might just want to go with "neutral" because it will basically add a glaze to everything, but I really wanted the black rubber to "pop" with the freshly-polished leather, and I am happy to say it now does. :)