Squeaking Shoes?

Are your shoes making squeaky noises?

Squeaking noises in shoes are normally caused by smooth surfaces rubbing against each other, whether that's the leather, the outsole, or the floor you're walking on. It usually occurs when the shoes are brand new, as that's when the leather and outsole are "squeaky" clean! 

After a bit of wear, your shoes will pick up some dust, and the squeaking should stop.

Another possible solution is wool socks. A customer Jerome told me that this instantly fixed the issue, and when he wore other socks, the squeaks came back. Here is someone else who had the same experience: https://www.reddit.com/r/malefashionadvice/comments/j421r/squeaky_shoes/c2f6ahk/ 

At the end of the day, we know how annoying squeaking shoes can be. If the squeaks haven't stopped after a few wears, please let us know, and we'll get you a new pair. 

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