Court Shoe

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Vegan court shoe made in the UK with a microfibre top. Each pair comes with a latex cushion insole at the front and has a breathable microfibre upper stitched to a loose-fitting absorbent lining. The heel height is about 1.25 inches, at the front of the heel, on a size six, so it's not as high as most high heels and so more likely to be comfortable. This kind of shoe is always tight-fitting,

£40.00

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Gender, fit Womens narrow heel shoe boot slipper or sandal
Soft mid-sole none
Footbed cellulose board
Size system English third-of-an-inch sizes. One smaller than US mens. Euro translations on the left of the size selection.
Toe Cap Stiff toe puff between the upper and lining, designed to keep the toe shape
Vegan Shoe Material 2mm vegan leather (microfibre) with a breathable plastic coating, Durable except for the coating
Washing Don't soak as the footbed swells. Otherwise, hand washing with soap is fine.
Drying leave in a warm or windy place for several hours
Wear-out Durable. The shine rubs-off the upper material in places but is easy to blacken. Then after miles or years, the sole wears thin enough to crack and is expensive to replace.
Compostable no - but some Veganline.com shoes last a long time
polishing spray wipe or scrub with oil furniture polish, wax or shoe polish to increase water resistance but reduce breathability
Colour Black or charcoal grey - buckles may differ
Packaging Improvised recycled box or padded bag with an inkjet label printed from tanks of ink, possibly on the back of scrap paper

Description of vegan shoe boot or belt

If you're a shopkeeper and don't sell many court shoes, do not try to get a batch made specially. It forces the shoe factory to learn as they go, and it's not worth re-stocking once you've got them. The ones in stock have been pulled over the lasts by hand, judging by the look of them - you can see plier marks. The soles were made for a safety boot company that tried adding court shoes to their range years ago, and are a very tough sensible rubber material with "anti-static" written on them. If you want a few dozen pairs, it may be possible to re-order, with or without steel toe caps but meanwhile these will run-out of stock and Veganline.com will find some court shoes that are vegan anyway or easier to make in short production runs. There are a lot in stock size 8, so these will remain on the site for ever. If you buy a pair of these size eight vegan court shoes and like them, ask  for another pair at half price: we might say yes.