Hiking Core Cap - Suede - Sand - Man

kr 2,500.00 NOK
Hiking Core Cap is a traditional hiking boot with clean lines and a classic design, crafted with premium materials from Italy. The protective mudguard is made from rubberized leather and the shearling lining combined with the micro/rubber outsole gives this boot a supreme level of comfort.
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Style details

• Handmade: Porto, Portugal
• Material: Suede cow leather
• Sole: Rubber
• Lining: Shearling
• Footbed: Shearling
• Laces: Cotton
• Extra laces included: Tone in tone and colored

Manufactured in Portugal

All Mono products are manufactured in Portugal at factories on the smaller scale, that are family owned, who value traditional leather craftmanship and great attention to detail. The profession is often passed down through generations, and the level of quality is therefore impeccable. 

• Certified Italian leathers
• Handcrafted in Portugal
• Rubber and Micro outsoles
• Superior comfort

Carefully crafted

Mono products are carefully and meticulously crafted by a few handpicked producers, that are reliable and stands for shared values as the Mono brand. In order for us to choose our producers they must meet important criteria such as high-quality production of goods as well as consistency and accuracy.

We also have requirements in regards to sourced materials from an environmental aspect. Therefore, all our producers need to comply with REACH, and get approved and certified by either L.G.W. or OEKO -TEX. 

Suede is the softer, more delicate cousin of leather

If you're looking for a softer, more luxurious material, suede is the way to go. Suede is a type of leather made from the underside of animal skin that has a soft surface and a napped finish. The word "suede" comes from the French word for "to smooth", which refers to the fact that suede feels softer than other kinds of leather.

Suede is a much softer material than leather and is therefore not as durable. Since it is thin, it's not as durable as other types of leather. It's not a total weakling, of course; it just isn't as tough. Also, the nap can end up trapping dirt, oil, and moisture, which makes suede more prone to staining and damage. Proper care can help prevent this but it's worth being aware of.

Suede does not do well with water--it can be treated to be more water-resistant, but you shouldn't go jumping in any puddles wearing it.

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