Trekmates Cairngorm GORE-TEX Gaiters (Asphalt)-7.5 - 13 Asphalt
Trekmates Cairngorm GORE-TEX Gaiters (Asphalt)-7.5 - 13 Asphalt
£19.99
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Trekmates Cairngorm GORE-TEX Gaiters (Smog)-7.5 - 13 Smog
Trekmates Cairngorm GORE-TEX Gaiters (Smog)-7.5 - 13 Smog
£25.00
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Silverpoint Merino All Terrain Hiking Socks (Twin Pack) Ash / Denim
Silverpoint Merino All Terrain Hiking Socks (Twin Pack) Ash / Denim
£12.99
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Men's shoes

Some manufacturers provide sizing charts that summarize which shoe size corresponds to which foot length. To find out how long your foot is, simply stand on a piece of paper, trace the outline of your foot and measure the distance between the outermost points of the toe area and your heel.
The shoe width is indicated by letters. F stands for the so-called normal width. G and H are slightly wider and are considered comfort widths.
The comments of other buyers on the pages of the online shops are sometimes very helpful. You can often find information there about how the shoes turn out and whether you should order them one size larger or smaller.

Men's shoes come in every conceivable variation. The selection ranges from classic lace-up shoes to running shoes, boots and low shoes to sandals and mules.
Of course, there are also special hiking shoes as well as models that help you achieve optimal performance in various sports disciplines.

You can combine jeans with many different men's shoes. Sneakers look casual. With lace-up boots you can create a cool, autumnal look and with Chelsea boots you can upgrade casual jeans to casual chic.

The classics with suit trousers are lace-ups made of leather, such as the Oxford, Derby or Budapester. They round off your elegant outfit for the office or a special occasion with their timeless style.
For everyday business, however, you can also wear sneakers and loafers.
In addition to the type of shoe, the colour also plays an important role for suits. Black or dark brown shoes also go well with classic black trousers. Shoes in the color cognac form a beautiful contrast to a navy blue suit.

That depends on the style of the shoes. Sneakers, boots and derby shoe models are tied with a cross tie. Thread the two laces alternately from bottom to top through the left and right eyelets so that they cross over in the middle of the tongue.
For particularly elegant styles, such as Oxford shoes, parallel lacing is the most stylish option. Here you thread the left end from below through the right eyelet of the second row and lead it from there to the parallel eyelet opposite. Repeat these steps alternately with both ends until you have reached the top pair of eyelets.
This sounds complicated, but it's actually not rocket science. You can find helpful instructional videos online.
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