Paraboot - Avoriaz, Lisse Ecorce

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Paraboot - Avoriaz, Lisse Ecorce

from 4,150.00

This Model is inspired by the mythical mountain hicking boots Super Guide/Galibier.

Plain toe boot, 4 Fastening and 3 ski hooks.
Leather lining, genuine Norwegian welted on genuine rubber sole shoes.

Note! we do not export Paraboot outside Europe

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Paraboot is the world leader in Norwegian construction. 

Principle
The upper is fixed to the sole by means of a welt. Both lines of stitches are visible: the "Norwegian" welt connects the welt to the upper and the assembly insole. Special fine stitching connects the welt to the outsole. It is also possible not to have a welt, in which case the two lines of stitches are sewn directly onto the leather at the bottom of the upper; this serves as a welt.

History
The Norwegian welt was particularly used for mountain and work shoes. Nowadays, it's also used for casual shoes. For the record, the origin of the name remains a mystery but has no connection with Norway.

Advantages
This solid and flexible mounting technique both makes the shoe waterproof and resoleable. In addition, the Norwegian welt creates an assumed sportswear look. From a purely technical point of view, the advantages of the Norwegian welt are comparable to those of the Goodyear welt.