Doghammer Hütte-Offen Skifell Slippers Buam Men
Product details: Doghammer Hütte-Offen Skifell Slippers Buam Men
The strap of the open slipper is made from scraps of ski climbing skins. The upcycling project was created with the ski skin manufacturer Contour from Austria, who do not throw away their scraps from production, but collect them. Doghammer now uses these leftovers to make their "Hüttenschua", giving them a unique look.
They combine the ski skin with other natural materials and thus create a very practical and light hut shoe for all ski tourers and mountaineers. Of course, the shoe can also be worn at home - with or without socks. The upper material consists of real wool felt from Iberian sheep, which ensures a pleasantly soft and warm foot climate. With the non-slip cork rubber sole, you have a secure grip even on wet tile floors and you won't get your feet wet when you watch the starry sky in front of the hut. The cork for these soles comes mostly from cork oaks from Portugal, which grow and are peeled not far from their production.
An EVA cushioning layer has been incorporated between the wool felt and the sole for a smooth running feeling, so your feet can recover even better after the tight mountaineering or ski touring boots. In the toe area, a double wool felt was used for even more comfort. For cleaning, Doghammer recommends washing the shoes either by hand or in a washing net using the wool washing program.
• Non-slip cork rubber sole even when wet
• Real wool felt for a comfortable foot climate
• Soft cushioning cushion in the heel area
• Upcycling - scraps of ski skins get a new life
Weight: 125 g / shoe (size 39)
Upper: wool and synthetic fiber
Sole: cork and rubber