How to take care of sneakers? part 2 - Coccine
How to take care of sneakers? part 2

To enjoy the beauty and functionality of your favourite sneakers for a long time, it’s not enough to clean them regularly. You also need to take care of the condition of your sneakers’ inside as well as accessories – laces and insoles.

Hygiene inside sneakers

Insoles from shoe manufacturers are basically just a layer of material covering the sole and the seams connecting the upper to the sole. They often quickly lose their original colour, start to move or curl under the foot. If you are serious about keeping your sneakers hygienic, reach for hygienic insoles. Depending on your needs, you can choose scented, with extracts of healing oils, silver and silica ions or simply antiperspirant, disposable (up to a week) or reusable, as well as with additional cushioning functions or heel position support.

How to refresh the inside of my shoes?

An insole alone may not be enough. During intensive activity, the foot sweats and perspiration soaks also into the upper and the tab of a shoe. It’s therefore worth changing shoes to give them time to dry (don’t wear the same ones every day) and use deodorant regularly.

Laces

Shoelaces are not only an accessory which should match the shoe colour, but also the element which fixes a shoe on your foot – they should be strong enough, durable and easy to tie and untie. Laces that are frayed are not only an aesthetic problem, but also a possibility of breaking during some activity, loss of foot stability and a high risk of injury. That’s why it’s a good idea to regularly inspect the laces of your sneakers and as soon as you notice abrasions or broken threads – replace them with new ones.

To enjoy the beauty and functionality of your favourite sneakers for a long time, it’s not enough to clean them regularly. You also need to take care of the condition of your sneakers’ inside as well as accessories – laces and insoles.

Hygiene inside sneakers

Insoles from shoe manufacturers are basically just a layer of material covering the sole and the seams connecting the upper to the sole. They often quickly lose their original colour, start to move or curl under the foot. If you are serious about keeping your sneakers hygienic, reach for hygienic insoles. Depending on your needs, you can choose scented, with extracts of healing oils, silver and silica ions or simply antiperspirant, disposable (up to a week) or reusable, as well as with additional cushioning functions or heel position support.

How to refresh the inside of my shoes?

An insole alone may not be enough. During intensive activity, the foot sweats and perspiration soaks also into the upper and the tab of a shoe. It’s therefore worth changing shoes to give them time to dry (don’t wear the same ones every day) and use deodorant regularly.

Laces

Shoelaces are not only an accessory which should match the shoe colour, but also the element which fixes a shoe on your foot – they should be strong enough, durable and easy to tie and untie. Laces that are frayed are not only an aesthetic problem, but also a possibility of breaking during some activity, loss of foot stability and a high risk of injury. That’s why it’s a good idea to regularly inspect the laces of your sneakers and as soon as you notice abrasions or broken threads – replace them with new ones.

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