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Men's black Haferl low shoes

Men's black Haferl low shoes

Regular price €298,00 EUR
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Formerly worn by Bavarian hunters and farmers, the Haferlschuh traces its history to 1803 when Franz Schratt, a shoemaker in Oberstdorf in the Allgaü region, designed a comfortable and sturdy shoe from solid cowhide to replace wooden clogs. drink. The Allgü Haferlschuh was born. The name “Haferl” comes from English tourists who, accustomed to wearing ankle boots, seeing this low shoe nicknamed it “half shoe”, and which became “ha(l)ferl” in Alpine German. Its original form has remained almost unchanged for over 200 years. Its design makes it the ancestor of modern trekking shoes and has 5 characteristics:

– The raised heel ensuring good support and safe walking

– the indented cut of the ankle thus avoiding friction against the ankle

– the long dust flap protruding from the edge of the stem

– side lacing for support, quick putting on and taking off

– the tip of the “boat” or “shuttle” in the shape of a beak which ensures comfort and safety




Delivery :

In mainland France, home delivery by Colissimo or at a relay point by Mondial Relay. Free shipping from 150€.

Europe by Chronopost.

World by Colissimo.

Free in-store pickup.

Return policy ( see GTS ).

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