year round barefoot waterproof shoes. The key feature is a waterproof and breathable membrane
to keep little feet dry and a flexible grippy “Moutain” sole.
Waterproof leather barefoot shoes for everyday use.
The wide toe box is another key feature of this barefoot range allowing for natural feet development.
The membrane is an ultra-think layer placed between the shoe's upper material and the inner lining. It consists of small pores that prevent water from entering the shoe. The Fare-tex system transports moisture vapour away from the feet through the Fare-tex membrane, which gives a breathable and comfortable shoe.
In the manufacturing process, the sole is stitched to the upper of the shoe (not glued) which improves the flexibility of the shoe while walking.
The shoe has a new sole “Mountain” which was developed specifically for all year round and winter season. Thermoplastic rubber sole has a more grippy design so it works much better for the variety of the terrain. The sole thickness varies between 3-5mm depending on shoe size. Zero-drop (the angle between your heel and toes).
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Thermoplastic flexible rubber sole “Mountain” offering more anti-slip grip
Waterproof and breathable membrane to keep their feet dry, warm and cool
Leather upper in combination with membrane provides outstanding waterproof protection
Zero drop - there is no drop from the heel to the toes
Velcro system for easy and quick to put on
Lining is made from highly absorbent fabric
Gusseted tongue design eliminating debris and water from entering the shoe
Extra flexibility as the sole bends lengthwise as well as crosswise
Reflective stripe making it easy to spot
Fit – wide fitting
Promotes natural movement for growing little feet
Inner shoe measurement
Circumference of feet
(for the pair)
Colour: Steel blue with frost blueName origin: The castle is located in northern Moravia and consist today of the rooms of a Gothic castle that was built between 1257 and 1285. The castle is surrounded by a game reserve that is often the destination of visitors to the birthplace of composer Leoš Janáček (1854-1928). Mufflon and fallow deer can often be seen in the reserve.
HUKVALDY, NZ 10-13 / EUR 28-32
- Product Code: B5516161
- Availability: 5
- Ex Tax: $94.78