Giving you the ultimate spring in your step, Revere is a brand that is renowned in all corners of the world for creating beautifully crafted, high quality footwear that redefines comfort.
Providing optimum support, cushioning, and stability, all Revere sandals and shoes are crafted using the finest, premium materials and comfort features, allowing you to walk through life carefree. With a strong focus on ensuring the perfect fit, every Revere shoe has been designed and created with meticulous attention to detail in order to harness the spirit of carefree summer style that never gets old.
Caring for your Revere shoes!
A great pair of shoes should be able to withstand the demands that come hand in hand with everyday life, however, it’s important that you give your favourite pair of shoes the TLC they deserve if you want to keep them in great condition.
Bringing together premium quality materials and craftsmanship in order to enhance foot health, all Revere shoes feature an orthotic insert, Velcro straps, and extra adjustability, allowing you to enjoy a custom fit and exceptional stability.
But how should you care for your Revere shoes?
The vast majority of Revere shoes are made from high quality leather, therefore, in order to persevere their condition, it’s vital that you polish your Revere shoes on a regular basis.
How often should I polish my Revere shoes?
To keep your Revere shoes in the very best condition, you should polish all your leather footwear at least twice a month.
What type of shoe polish should I use for my Revere shoes?
Many people find it difficult to find the perfect shoe polish for their Revere shoes, as colour match can often be a problem. If you are finding it difficult to find the perfect shoe polish, you should visit your local cobbler or shoe repair centre, as they will have the biggest selection of colour polishes to choose from
Another way to optimise your shoe care routine and protect your favourite Revere shoes from everyday wear and tear is to invest in an all in one shoe protector, applying it to your shoes, boots or sandals every 8-10 wears.
And remember, although leather shoes are incredibly strong, durable and robust, they should not be used in place of rain or snow boots.