Paraboot

The origins of these shoes date from the early twentieth century and are tied to a small shoe factory in the country of Izeaux in France. Remy Richard-Pontvert, which gave its name to the company, returned from a visit to America in 1926 with "overboots", the rubber covers that Americans used to protect the shoes on rainy days. This gave him the idea to market a rubber sole, for which he created a new formula, by using latex imported directly from the port of Para, Brazil. Thus was born the brand "Paraboot". Paraboot still creates its own soles for its own brand and the production technique is always the same since 1908. The legendary durability of these shoes is therefore attributed to its bottom, the quality of materials and workmanship still craftsmanship that characterize them.

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