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FK2040
INGRID SHOE - RED EDGE

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Also available with black edge
UPPER MATERIAL :: Nappa
LINING :: Textile
SOLE :: Neolite
SIZE RANGE :: 2.5-8
LAST :: Ingrid
WIDTH :: J
FASTENING :: Slip-on
HEEL HEIGHT :: 50mm
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For the first time, Klaveness offers the traditional lady Bunad shoe combined with the functionality and comfort of a removable footbed. This "Ingrid" style is based on the Tone2 last. This is a tra...

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For the first time, Klaveness offers the traditional lady Bunad shoe combined with the functionality and comfort of a removable footbed.
This "Ingrid" style is based on the Tone2 last.
This is a traditional woman folklore shoe in black with red edge and a stable 35mm heel. Its neolite sole is suitable for outdoor use under Norwegian weather conditions.
The buckle can be changed by any of our other designs.
The leather covered footbed features good shock absorption and breathability.
All Klaveness bunad shoes are crafted using wide Nordic lasts and high quality calf leather uppers.
UPPER
Nappa :: Durable and protective, leather is a soft, natural material that is both, breathable and insulating.
LINING
Textile :: Synthetic lining is made of porous, breathable material that allows airflow. The major advantage is it dries quickly and is easy to care for.
SOLE
NEOLITE :: Non-marking, Neolite soles are wear-durable, flexible and stable over time.
EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR NEW BUNAD SHOES

Leather shoes become stiff and dull from dust and water. Therefore, to maintain their best performance and appearance, they must be protected.
Use a shoe brush to remove excess dust and dirt before you start polishing.
Apply the shoe polish or cream evenly with a brush or soft cloth. Test the cream on a hidden area first, so you can see the effect on the shoe colour.
Once the polish has dried, buff to a brilliant shine using a natural bristle brush.
Use shoe protector products to help waterproof your shoes and to protect them from common stains caused by mud, dust, water or snow.
Wet shoes should be washed with clean water before they are set to dry, preferably stuffed with newspaper or tissue. Never dry or store leather shoes near direct heat. Drying should take place at normal room temperature before placing them in the shoe bag.
Store leather shoes using a shoe tree, to help keep their shape. If you can't use a shoe tree, stuff the toe cap with newspaper or tissue.
Good luck with your new Klaveness shoes!