YANKO 14550 BURGUNDY

247,11 €



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  • 40 (EUR) - 6 (UK) - 7 (USA)
  • 40 1/2 (EUR) - 6 1/2 (UK) - 7 1/2 (USA)
  • 41 (EUR) - 7 (UK) - 8 (USA)
  • 41 1/2 (EUR) - 7 1/2 (UK) - 8 1/2 (USA)
  • 42 (EUR) - 8 (UK) - 9 (USA)
  • 42 1/2 (EUR) - 8 1/2 (UK) - 9 1/2 (USA)
  • 43 (EUR) - 9 (UK) - 10 (USA)
  • 43 1/2 (EUR) - 9 1/2 (UK) - 10 1/2 (USA)
  • 44 (EUR) - 10 (UK) - 11 (USA)
  • 44 1/2 (EUR) - 10 1/2 (UK) - 11 1/2 (USA)
  • 45 (EUR) - 11 (UK) - 12 (USA)
  • 45 1/2 (EUR) - 11 1/2 (UK) - 12 1/2 (USA)
  • 46 (EUR) - 12 (UK) - 13 (USA)

Derby shoe made in Burgundy Cambridge. Manufactured in Goodyear stitching and leather sole. Comfortable fit, semi-round tip and elongated appearance.



Last 961
Line Prime line
Leather Cambridge skin
Inner material Cowhide
Insole Leather
Color Burgundy
Zip Laced
Toecap Semi round
Sole Leather
Construction Goodyear
Width G

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YANKO 14550 BURGUNDY

YANKO 14550 BURGUNDY

Derby shoe made in Burgundy Cambridge. Manufactured in Goodyear stitching and leather sole. Comfortable fit, semi-round tip and elongated appearance.

Size Guide Yanko

Choosing the right size is very important and more when it comes to shoes

Below you will see a help table to correctly choose the size of the shoe with the measurement in cm. and its corresponding equivalents.

Foot length in cm.

25,3 25,8 26,2 26,6 27,0 27,4 27,9 28,3 28,7 29,1 29,6 30,0 30,4 30,8 31,3

Suggested UE size

39

39,5

40

40,5

41

41,5

42

42,5

43

43,5

44

44,5

45

45,5

46

Suggested UK size

5

5,5

6

6,5

7

7,5

8

8,5

9

9,5

10

10,5

11

11,5

12

Suggested USA size

6

6,5

7

7,5

8

8,5

9

9,5

10

10,5

11

11,5

12

12,5

13

How to Measure your foot:

1- To measure the length in cm. Of your feet properly, place your foot against the wall on a sheet of paper.

2- Place the heel against the wall, making sure that your sole is flat and straight.

3- Make a mark where the longest finger ends.

4- Measure the distance from the end of the paper to the finger mark, in a straight line.

5- That measure you obtain, you can compare it with the measurement table above, and thus choose the correct size according to that measurement.

6- We recommend that if you are in doubt of being between two numbers, choose the superior one.

Keep in mind that you must be comfortable with the shoe so that to that extent you have to add it if you are going to wear socks, which are 3 / 4mm more or approximately.

Here is an example: if after measuring the foot, as indicated, you have for example a measurement of 30 cm, and takes a size that is the equivalent of 30 cm, the shoes will be very fair and you will not be comfortable. You must take at least 30.5 cm. Or 31 cm.

TIPS FOR THE CORRECT PRESERVATION OF SHOES

The leather of our shoes is a live material and it will keep its elasticity, brightness and softness only if we care and clean it properly. To not do that will make it become dry and crack specially in the areas where the show bends.

To care your shoes is a guarantee of a longer life, better aspect and comfort.

Use a shoehorn: The use of a shoehorn prevents deformation in the back of our shoes. Its ergonomic shape prevents that we can break the buttress of the shoe and it is advisable to use it daily and when trying a shoe.

Properly disengaging: If shoes have buckles or laces, they must be untied, and not pull the heel, because it will become deformed.

Day by day: daily, and just wear them, it is convenient to review with a polishing sponge or brush to get the most out of its natural shine for the polishing of the shoe polished leather. For those with a back skin it will be enough a slight brushing with a brush indicated, for this skin usually of somewhat stiff bristles.

Let the shoes rest: Avoid putting on the same pair for two consecutive days, the ideal for your shoes is to let them rest on your cedar last for at least one day between laying them to recover their original shape, placing them in the way indicated, properly stored and ordered, always in its box in case you do not have a suitable shoe-display.

Wet shoes: If the shoes get wet, we must clean them with a soft cloth and make sure that there is no water left on the surface or let them dry outdoors, never near a heat source. It is advisable to place the shoe immediately to avoid deformities and that the same form of wood will absorb the moisture that has been able to penetrate the skin.

Keep them properly: If you are going to have your shoes stored for a long period of time, it is necessary to do it correctly. Do not store them in plastic bags as mold may come out due to moisture. The correct thing would be to store them in the cotton bags that already include, having previously applied a thin layer of bitumen or cream and with their corresponding forms to keep the shape.

Beware of Abusing Cleaning Products: If you use creams, fats, brushes or other cleaning products, try not to abuse them and try it to be of the best quality so that it won’t harm the skin. The suede and the brush that you use must be exclusive for each color, be sure to use one for black shoe and another for the other colors. After using the brush, wipe it on a rag to remove any traces of cream and prevent the bristle from drying.

Shoe cleaning

To properly care your shoes, you must have at least:

• A hard bristle brush (removes dry mud and other debris).

• A soft-bristled brush or suede is used to apply the cream and it is imperative to use one per cream color.

• A polishing or polishing brush (to be used after applying the cream).

When the dirt of the shoes is accused, after a hard and prolonged use or for a weekly or fortnightly review, it is best to carry out the following process:

• Firstly remove the thick dirt with a powerful brushing to pass a rag moistened with water (in the most exaggerated case and if necessary brushing with abundant water).

• After drying with a rag and clean with a special milk to hydrate in depth the leather of the shoe and prepare it for the subsequent bitumen that will be given in small layers in circular form with a very fine cloth or brush, so that the shoe is able to absorb it correctly.

• And finally a polished and refined, with the indicated brush of soft bristles, chamois or the old trick of wrapping a brush in an old rag or sock; Which will give us a splendid shiny finish and will take your best face to the leather of our shoe.

CREAMS, WAX PASTA AND MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS

 

From Yanko we advise to use for the maintenance of the shoes, products of first quality and for it nothing better than the range of products that Saphir offers us.

 

Wax pastes

Wax pastes form the basis of shoe maintenance. Its role is to make leather more flexible, waterproof and shiny. Wax pastes are distinguished from ordinary tarpaulins because of their extreme purity. These pastes are made from very pure beeswax for the utmost respect for natural materials. Thus, these wax pastes do not cover the pores of the leathers and penetrate thoroughly the skins.

These entirely natural wax pastes do not contain silicon or fluorine used in cheap waxes, which look at waterproofing leathers preventing any heat exchange. Wax pastes are still distinguished from waxes containing kerosene, which burns the skins, or paraffin, which blocks the pores of the leathers. Is it in the spirit of anyone to use kerosene to maintain their own skin?

In this spirit of respect for natural materials, wax pastes are made from minerals and naturally pigment the skins. The pastes also contain turpentine, which allows the pores of the skins to expand for a better penetration of the leathers used in the manufacture of the shoes, which are thick.

 

The creams

The action of the creams is comparable to that of cosmetic make-up removers. On the other hand, these creams contain lanolin (milk and water). They serve to exalt the colors of the leather, that is to say, the repigmentation of the shoes. The use of creams forms a basis for the use of wax pastes. The action of the creams supports the application of the wax pastes of more daily use.

 

Special omninettoyant suede and nubuck

The nubuck is the name of the calf whose skin was turned around, scraped and brushed. Thus, the use of gums in crêpe sold in the trade is harmful to these shoes. In fact, these gums polish and oppress the hair of the nubuck, definitively. SAPHIR has created this cleaner specially studied for this type of shoes. After a simple washing with this product, followed by drying on the shoes, your shoes will find their original glow and above all, the hair will retain flexibility and behavior.

 

The flexibilizer sprayer

To reinforce the flexibilizing action of wax creams and pastes, SAPHIR specially developed a spray for its customers. This spray makes the hides even more flexible, since the leathers of the quality shoes are thick.

 

The special reptile cleaner

Never wax reptile leather, if it is not dried and the scales will rise. In fact, for these fragile leathers, SAPHIR produced this anti-breakage product and with an unrivaled polishing power for the exotic skins.

 

The renovator

The composition of this product is similar to that of the cream, with mink oil in addition. Its main action refers to its nutritive power that protects the skins of rustic shoes. The renovator makes the skins more absorbent.

The special Nappa formula, based on jojoba oil and corn proteins (vegetable waxing agents), allows you to care for the most delicate skins without any risk.

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YANKO 14550 BURGUNDY

YANKO 14550 BURGUNDY

Derby shoe made in Burgundy Cambridge. Manufactured in Goodyear stitching and leather sole. Comfortable fit, semi-round tip and elongated appearance.