SHOE PROMOTION - L0238
Loafer - Magnetic Loafer W.Ribbon
Anti Slip Outsole made of rubber
Details & Sizing
Inside every pair of Clarks shoes there is a label that provides information on the materials used to make them. This guide explains the symbols on the label that describe each part of the shoe, and the materials that go into the making of that part.
This is the outer face of the top part of the shoe which is attached to the outer sole.
Lining and Sock
These are the lining of the upper, and the insole, which make up the inside of the shoe.
This is the bottom part of the shoe which is attached to the upper and is subjected to abrasive wear.
If one material type (i.e. Leather) is stated for a particular shoe part, 80% or greater of that shoe part is constructed from this material type. If no material type exceeds 80% of that shoe part, the second most occurring material type will also be stated.
A hide with its original fibrous structure intact, that has been tanned (the process of treating animal hides to make leather). It may still have its original hair or wool. It may be a split (the underside of the hide), and can also have an applied coating no thicker than 0.15mm.
A coated leather has an applied surface coating that is more than 0.15mm in substance, but does not exceed more than one third of the total thickness of the material.
Textiles or Synthetics>
Natural textile and synthetic or non-woven textile materials, with at least 80% by weight of textile fibres.
Allowed to request for exchange within 7 days of receiving the product. Applicable for defective/wrong product/wrong size, subjected to approval.
Returned item must be in new, unused, and unworn condition with all the original packaging. No cash refund
All Return postage are to be paid by customers. Exchange goods postage will be paid by customers depends on location.
Please contact us for further queries at email@example.com