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cityToes is a modern take on the classic Chelsea boot, with its fabric collar adding a stylish highlight. Despite its elegant appearance, this winter boot is functional through and through. The felt lining inside will keep your feet warm, while the leather upper is water-repellent, making this women’s boot the ideal choice for cold autumn and winter days. Last but not least, it is incredibly easy to slip on thanks to its elastic fabric.
We recommend to order this model in a 1/2 size bigger, especially if you plan to wear a thicker sock inside the shoes.
Upper material: premium quality calfskin suede Lining: soft felt lining. Our unique attention to detail ensures the lining is wrinkle-free and exceptionally kind to your feet. Sole: Terrain sole (6mm Vibram® rubber with cleats for extra grip) Footbed: Joe Nimble removable textile Footbed (4mm), which is finished with a moisture-absorbing, antibacterial material to keep the shoes fresh.
Style:Ankle-Boots Activity:Casual Shoes Sole Thickness:6 mm Season:Autumn, Winter, New Collection Material:Leather Shoes
Just as the roots of a tree adapt to the shape of a container, The shape of the foot adapts to the shoes you are wearing.
So don’t panic – the effects of a lifetime in restrictive shoes can be reversed!
Switching to Joe Nimble functional footwear allows the toes to spread, the foot muscles to strengthen and the important neuromuscular connection between the brain and the big toe to be reestablished. Don't be normal, be natural. Be nimble!
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