This modern rubber boot are not like others. Skur is made from partly renewable sources!
Skur WP is:
- made in PVC-free and recyclable SEBS rubber, where the SEBS rubber alone is made from partly renewable sources in form of sugar canes
- guaranteed free of fluorocarbons
- moulded in one piece
- lightweight and durable
- easy to take on and off thanks to a wide opening
- textile lined
- a perfect complement for mild and rainy days
- machine washable in 30˚
- rubber does not breathe, therefor should a rubber boot only be used as a complement when it`s wet or raining
|Upper||SEBS Rubber (30% recycable)|
|Country of Manufacture||Bosnia & Herzegovina|
Machine-washable at 30˚C (85˚F). Remove the insole and wash/dry separately. Dry in room temperature, dried in advantage upside down. Do not tumble dry! Of course, it’s also possible to clean the boots with water and mild soap. Washcloths and foam detergents are also very efficient. Avoid solvent-based detergents and hard brushes. Don’t forget the inside – be sure to get rid of any sand or gravel.
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Derventa, Bosnia & Herzegovina
We produce our popular rubber boots with Amica. The boots are molded in our own molds. The raw material (SEBS) is sourced from API in Italy and is thoroughly controlled to minimize the climate effect. Amica is a large production facility with close to 700 employees. The factory is administrated and own by the Modenese family from Verona.
Between the upper, lining, and sole, there is a waterproof membrane. The membrane is completely biodegradable and is free from fluorocarbons.
Our rubber boots are made in recyclable SEBS rubber, and that is free from PVC, Polyvinylchloride, and Bisphenol-A.
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.
Shoes labeled Bio Plastic are made from partly renewable sources. The raw material is sugarcane that comes from certified plantations. Bio Plastic reduces our carbon dioxide emissions, compared to oil-based plastics.