The Break-In Process
As your new leather shoes are still getting to know your feet, it’s normal for them to feel tight, rub at the heel, or pinch with every step. Every andanté pair is handmade from full grain leather and requires breaking in. This process is a standard practice for high-quality leather shoes and guarantees comfort in the long run.
Depending on the shape of your feet, breaking in may last between 1 to 2 weeks with continued use. We’ve put together some tips below to guide you further.
Once your feet have warmed up to your new pair, they are fit for long walks and travel.