Driving and Driving Shoes - A Perfect Combination
The driving shoes and driving happens to be a perfect combination. The materials used for creating that just-the-right pair of shoes makes it even better. Mens driving shoes match the profile of loafers but are closer to moccasins and flaunts the sporty style. They are usually of ankle length and made to be worn in a slip-on style. This makes it easier to be worn or pull off swiftly, even in a rush. The upper, made of Italian leather or low-luster-sheen leather or suede perfectly elevates any outfit and also comes with different mid-top styling, along with a variety of colors, adding that extra charm. Though style speaks gravity, performance lies in the outer sole. Being light-weight and flexible is a must for their swift performance.
Mens driving shoes are made of rubber soles, which are either treaded or contains grommet or small rubber pebbles for maximum grip and traction. The soles can be either squared-off toe shaped or round-shaped. To provide comfort, these shoes come with cushioned foot bed lined in soft suede or less rough sheepskin leather.
Shoes Matching with Almost All Outfits
Mens driving shoes, even though classy and stylish and looks fun, are meant for more casual outings. They shouldn’t be worn to a client’s dinner or a wedding unless you are trying to ruin your charm. The perfect pair of shoes needs a good companion of outfits. Try keeping it casual when going for a date by combining them with trim denim worn with a classic leather jacket. When heading for a fun weekend drinks party with your pals, pair these shoes with chinos or cotton shorts and a casual blazer.
Careful maintenance is the key to last longOn-spot cleaning is the main mantra for a spick and span pair of shoes. Try to clean any dirt or stain as soon as you see them with a clean dry cloth. For stubborn stains, use a white cloth dabbed in a concoction containing 3:1 ivory dish soap and distilled water or warm water mixed with white vinegar. Try to rub the leather or suede upper gently as they are sensitive to any abrasions. Leather conditioners can be used to even out the tone of suede or leather and hide stains. White vinegar also reduces odor. To prevent feet from sweating use antiperspirants or foot powder.
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