This is a sleek, sporty and waterproof winter high boot. One of our best sellers during the winter season.
Voxna is made in partly recycled materials in both upper and sole. Soft cushioned shaft, and leather details along the foot section that protects the shoe from wear. The biodegradable membrane together with sealed seams makes it 100% waterproof. Wide opening makes the boot easy to take on and off. Inner lined with warm fleece. Inside lies a removable insole also made of fleece. The outsole made of natural rubber gives a good grip.
Guaranteed free of fluorocarbons.
Tip! Complete your winter boots with a warmingwool sock. If the boots are a bit spacious when they are put to use, you can add an extrawool insoleat first. For the days when a thicker sock is used, you might need to take out the extra insole to prevent the boots from being to narrow.
|Country of Manufacture||Cambodia|
Machine washable at 30˚ C (85˚ F). This shoe should be impregnated regularly. Make sure the shoes are clean and dry before impregnating. Do not dry in drying cabinet – high temperatures might damage the membrane. Dry faster by taking out the inner sole. Don’t forget the inside – be sure to get rid of any sand or gravel.
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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 flexible rubber that is a very common material for soles. TPR is short for Thermoplastic Rubber.