Want to add something a little different to your collection? The Liberty Sport is John White’s premier men’s smart casual shoe. Neither fully trainer or completely shoe, this head turner is the perfect men’s shoe to avoid the risk of being over or under-dressed at social events.
The textured calf grain leather upper is everything one would expect from a smart brown men’s derby shoe. But underneath the formal first impression the Liberty Sport’s modern rubber sole provides the comfort and support you’d expect from a casual sneaker.
The contrasting brown leathers of the quarters and the vamps add an extra touch of sophistication to the Liberty Sport. Whether for work or play, this smart casual shoe won’t let you down.
Worldwide it is considered the average male fitting to be an F fitting which the majority of our footwear is produced in – we do however offer some styles in a G fit for those who like a little more Wiggle room.
Leather shoes need regular cleaning and care with wax polishes or shoe cream. Select the closest colour to your shoe – if in doubt use a natural shade. Before cleaning ensure that the shoes are dry and remove all surface dirt and dust with a damp cloth. Antiqued finishes should be handled carefully.
Suede and Nubuck Shoes
Due to the fine nap of these leathers, extra care should be taken when cleaning. Gentle use of a Suede brush with a Nubuck / Suede cleaner will remove most stains. If your shoes get wet, let them dry naturally, and then brush them gently with a Suede brush. Please note – Nubuck and Suede leather cannot be guaranteed as entirely colourfast and therefore some loss of colour may occur on very rare occasions.
Leather soles are natural products which offer a breathable, flexible sole. Because of its porous nature, leather sole will let in water, therefore we do not recommend excessive use in wet conditions. After a period of time the sole will wear even under normal conditions, making it necessary for the sole to be repaired.
All shoe repairs no matter what the cause should be carried out by a professional shoe repairer or cobbler. Poor shoe repairs could result in a dangerous pair of shoes and could increase the risk of slips, trips and falls. Please note – any home repairs will also invalidate your manufacturers guarantee.