Bart Extra Roomy Mens Shoe

Bart Extra Roomy Mens Shoe

  • £61.87
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Very adjustable and opens to the toe so easy to get on and off

The easy on, easy off casual
This roomy style opens right out so it’s easy to get on and off, even if your foot is very swollen or bandaged. Made from soft but robust tumbled Leather, it’s a wonderfully comfy shoe.

Size details

Extra Roomy 3H fitting

Available in sizes 6 to 13

Care Guide
Protecting leather footwear

We recommend you regularly treat leather footwear with shoe protector to protect it from water and guard against stains.
Cleaning & caring for leather footwear

Wipe footwear clean with a damp cloth and allow it to dry fully before using a good quality shoe polish or shoe cream in an appropriate colour. Apply with a suitable cloth, rub in until absorbed and then buff up with another cloth. A neutral polish is sensible for all colours.
If your footwear gets wet allow it to dry naturally. Don’t put them in the airing cupboard or near a fire or radiator. Stuffing them with newspaper or tissue will help ensure they maintain their shape whilst drying.

 

Helpful for…Arthritis

Strap Extensions are not available for this product

    

    3H Extra Roomy FittingFlexible Soles  Removable Insoles  BestsellerHidden Depth designSuitable for orthotics

     

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    VAT (this product is eligible for VAT relief)

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