We’re proud to announce our new renovation service for old Percy Stride shoes and any other footwear you need restoring.
In our bid to reduce the throwaway culture in the UK, we’ve teamed up with Kings of Somerset to offer a brand new renovation service.
This means that you can enjoy your favourite shoes for longer and save yourself a lot of money in the process too.
Here’s everything you need to know about this exciting development.
Get reduced Percy Stride Oxford shoes
All of our footwear is extremely valuable to us and is highly sort after.
That’s why we’ve decided to get the team of cobblers at Kings of Somerset to re-craft all of the pairs that have previously been worn for photoshoots or tried on by potential clients.
In order to get all of these shoes back in top condition, they’ve had their leather re-built, buffed and polished.
Every pair of Percy Stride men’s oxford shoes has also had their soles replaced and embossed.
They look brand new and are sold at a fraction of the price (£180).
But you shouldn’t hang around as we’re expecting them to be extremely popular.
How does the renovation service work?
If you have a pair of Percy Stride shoes already or just want to breathe some new life into a different pair, we also offer the same renovation service for just £100.
With this, the cobblers will rebuild the leather, shine, polish, re-sole welted footwear and re-welt.
Simply purchase this service on our website and we’ll instantly send out a postage label via email for you to send your pair of shoes to us free of charge.
Within seven days, you’ll have a rejuvenated pair of shoes waiting for you on your doorstep.
If you fancy customising your shoes, we also offer this service as well for an extra cost. This can include engraving or pyrography.
To find out more, email email@example.com.
Not sure whether your shoes need repairing or replacing? Here are some things you should look out for:
- Damage to the uppers – if they look dry or are cracked, then it’s a sign that the leather is on its way out.
- The condition of the toe box – if the cardboard frame at the toe of the shoe is indented, it’ll cost too much to fix.
- What state the bottom of the shoe is in – if this part has holes in it or is severely damaged, it’s time to replace them.
You can find out more about this in our previous blog: ‘To Repair or Buy New – 5 Things to Consider’.
To see our full range of men’s Oxford shoes, visit our online store.