Wonderfully comfortable trekking boot with enhanced details and a lightweight, yet stable construction, designed for wearers with a wider forefoot.
Whether hut-to-hut treks or day hikes, the Tatra II Wide is a versatile boot that is a pleasure to wear. Its highlights include the supportive Vibram® high-traction sole, comfortable footbed, intelligent lacing and soft, padded cuff. The leather lining ensures a pleasant wear climate. The Wide Version has a standard heel design, but is wider at the forefoot and ball of the foot.
Extra soft, low cuff, designed specifcally for the female calf
Tongue lace hook prevents tongue from slipping
Particularly comfortable footbed
Padded soft leather cuff with vent holes
Weight: 1280 g (pair size 38)
Made in: Hungary, Croatia
Upper material: Nubuck leather, Textile
Outer sole: Vibram® Endurance Pro
Laces: 100% recycled polyester
100% of finest Leather Working Group (LWG) -certified nubuck leather. This confirms not just the particularly high quality of the leather, but also its compliance with environmental standards and sustainable manufacturing.
Hanwag has produced shoes over hundred years, and since the beginning they have not been interested in short-term profit maximisation, but instead in uniting business with environmental and social practices.
All Hanwag's shoes and are made in Europe, the leather they use is by-product of food production and certified by Leather Working Group (LWG). To ensure maximum sustainability, the supply chain for virtually all Hanwag raw materials is located within the European Union. This enables shorter transport routes and reduces corresponding CO2 emissions.
Hanwag is a member of the Fair Labor Association (FLA), an NGO that aims to improve worker rights and working conditions worldwide. In doing so they have committed to the implementation of the FLA guidelines, and which are monitored throughout the entire supply chain.
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