Having a pair of leather shoes is always great, and having a great pair is definitely a bonus. Leather is one of the oldest known fabrics used in making footwear.
I recently got a leather shoe from Liberty Shoes Ltd.Footwear. Branded “Healers” these are rich looking shoes which are comfortable to put on. I have been complemented a number of times at parties when I was carrying these shoes. The leather is real and soft, and the shoe is quite stylish and light on feet. I have worn these with my Jeans and also with my formal office wear and the effect has been the same.
The shoe has smooth leather and has an amazing ability to hold the shine unlike the uncorrected full grain leather. Though uncorrected full grain leather upper is classified as the top grade, the smooth upper makes it the most appropriate for formal events as it looks dressier.
The inner lining of the shoes has an extra padded insole and the cushion so created is very comfortable. The stitching is neat and smooth. The outer sole is directly stitched to the insole which makes the shoe flexible and lightweight. The shoe showed some level of creasing after one day’s wear which are an indication of well processed lather.
The main issue that a shoe faces is its soles. Though Liberty has not used leather with this shoe, instead they have used a very good quality synthetic sole and has also given a extra layer of sole between shoe body and the feet.
I found them a bit costly but he design is high quality and versatile to wear for most occasions.