A classic yet cool, and waterproof snowboot with a quick-lace system and wide opening. Made from partly recycled materials. Many kids hold them as a comfy favorite!
Idre WP is made from partly recycled materials. The upper is made in a combination of textile and leather. An inside biodegradable membrane and sealed seams make it 100% waterproof. The fit is carefully tested. Wide opening makes the boot easy to take on/off and the elastic quick-lace system is easily adjusted to fit the shape of the feet. The inside lining is made in warming fleece. The boot is reinforced in the front and the back to keep the feet safe and comfortably in place. Removable and shock absorbing insole made of microfibre with excellent breathability.The outsole is made of lightweight EVA rubber with a bottom in natural rubber for a superb grip and traction.
Guaranteed free of fluorocarbons.
|Country of Manufacture||Cambodia|
Washable in the machine at 30˚. Take out the loose insole and wash it separately. Both the shoe and insole should dry at room temperature, dried with advantage upside down. Do not tumble dry. You can also wash the shoes with water and mild soap. Should be impregnated regularly. Don't forget the inside, get rid of any gravel or sand.
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Pnom Penh, Cambodia
We produce our shoes with an upper of recyclable nylon and through "bootie"-construction at Fulgent Sun. The company is today listed on the stock exchange in Taiwan but is still run by the entrepreneurs Judy and Mark Lin. Fulgent Group has since 1995 focused on sustainability. Voxna, Halland, and Iggesund are modern KAVAT-classics produced in Cambodia.
Between the upper, lining, and sole, there is a waterproof membrane. The membrane is completely biodegradable and is free from fluorocarbons.
Shoes labeled with recycled materials is partly made från plastic bottles and waste from our production.
Shoes with the Washable logo can be washed in a washing machine at 30 degrees C. Remove any insoles and let dry at room temperature, preferably upside down.
A light and shock-absorbent material, often used in running shoes.
A light and flexible rubber that is a very common material for soles. TPR is short for Thermoplastic Rubber.