nike survived paisley
Nike Survived Paisley is the real must this season. Men's custom sneakers with double paisley, a game of color contrasts and tears on the cotton canvas printed in black and white paisley motif that let you look at the eco-leather printed in yellow and black paisley motif. The Nike Survived Paisley will come with unique black and white outdoor-inspired laces in addition to its white originals.
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- model: Nike Court Vision
- material: Eco-leather, Canvas
- colour: Yellow, Black
- manufacturing: Special
For a better maintenance of your MIMANERA shoes, we recommend a delicate washing. It is recommended not to proceed with the dryer, but to use a traditional hairdryer, or to dry them in the air and not in the sun, away from heat sources.
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Wear the type of socks you usually use with shoes and take measurements in the afternoon (usually the feet tend to swell during the day). Distribute your weight evenly between your feet, before taking measurements.
Stand on a hard surface with your heel resting on the wall and place a sheet of white paper under your foot.
With a pen or pencil mark the longest points of the foot (from toe to heel) on the sheet of paper (or ask someone to do it for you). Repeat the same thing with the other foot, as the measurements of the right and left foot sometimes differ.
Use a ruler to measure the length marked for each foot.