Grenå

$278.00

Note: Some size–color combinations may be out of stock but are offered as a pre-order; please see the product’s original purchasing page for details.

Grenå [grey-noo] is our refreshed take on the classic desert boot, and is designed after the first Duckfeet style introduced over 40 years ago. Buttery-soft pebbled leather upper and 100% premium European sheep wool lining give this timeless classic an exquisite comfort upgrade.

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Style Desert boot
Upper Water- and eco-conscious Terracare® pebbled leather
Lining & insole 100 % premium European sheep wool lining and fixed wool insole. The bottom of the shaft at the heel uses unlined leather for durability and shape.
Arch None: the insole is flat. (Most inserts and orthotics are well-accommodated.)
Outsole Natural Italian crepe rubber. If ever the outsoles need repair, we offer replacement outsoles.
Fit Medium-to-wide fit with a wide toe box that allows toes to splay naturally. Offered in European sizes, which are gender-neutral.
Origin All materials originate from Europe; final production occurs in Poland.
Packaging Shoebox of recycled cardboard with leather handle produced from scrap material. (Due to its upcycled nature, the color of the handle may differ from that of the footwear inside.)
Duckfeet USA Grena Map
56.4168° N, 10.9045° E

Welcome to Grenå

Grenå is a cozy and historic city, which has been a market town since 1445. Today it’s Djursland’s biggest city with great shopping potential in all types of specialist businesses and supermarkets. Historically the city has always been an important business city, and its authentic look is clearly visible at the medieval square with the Grenå Church, which is the city’s landmark. Three walking streets meet at the square, where there’s outdoor service when the weather is nice.

Along Grenå stream you can follow a pleasant path, which will lead you from harbor to city or reverse. The stream connects the yachting harbor with the city and continues past Grenaa’s golf course along with Kolindsund. The path passes the new housing sector ‘Åbyen’, which with an artificial island and small canals has made a recreational environment. By the romantic white bridges is the Culture Centre the Pavilion.

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