Snakeskin Shoes, Python Shoes for Men
. Brand: BRUCEGAO
. Upper Material: 100% Genuine Snakeskin ( Python Skin )
. Lining Material: Excellent cowhide from Italy
. Outsole: Premium Wear-resistant Rubber ( The lightweight flexible out-sole adds just the right amount of comfort and traction to your day )
. Color: Yellow, Red
. Shoe Width: Regular
. Fit: Fits true to size, take your normal size
There is no doubt that snakeskin shoes are one of the most sought-after, most fashionable as well as the most in-demand type of shoes available online and offline. This can make you stand out from the crowd, beautiful as well as improve your confidence.
How to Take Care of Your Snakeskin Shoes
If your snakeskin shoes get wet, you can use a flannel or dry, white cotton cloth to dry the water off. You can also use a tissue to blot up the moisture. Wiping in the scales’ direction is advised. Brushing opposite the direction of the scales may lift the scales and result in permanent damage. Allow the shoes to dry in a cool place indoors. Keep it away from direct sunlight and heat. Boxes and dust bags will also help.
You have to condition and clean your snakeskin shoes regularly, about 2 to 3 times a year. Snakeskin is exotic leather, so it needs a different conditioning technique than other kinds of leather. Avoid using commercial conditioning or cleaning products as the pH levels and consistency of these solutions are too harsh for snakeskin. Get a soft cloth instead and lightly dampen it. Too much water can sink underneath the scales and cause the membrane beneath to dry and peel off the scales.
Wipe the cloth in the scales’ direction. To determine the direction of the scales, keep your finger in a straight line to feel the skin. You are going the wrong way if the leather feels rough and coarse. The right direction should feel smooth. Then, spread conditioner thinly and evenly over the surface. Pick up any remaining moisture using a dry cloth. When the cloth cannot get everything, you can use a bristled brush to remove dirt trapped between the scales. You can use a sable brush for this, but make sure to use it with care.