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Giesswein Steeg 601042847
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      Giesswein Steeg 601042847

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    The Steeg shoe from our Lodge Shoe Collection offers naturally breathable, all-day support and comfort, inside and out, with classic Alpine styling.

    100% boiled wool upper is naturally water-resistant and temperature-regulating in all seasons; cork-latex, orthotic-quality, removable, anatomically-correct footbed with longitudinal and metatarsal arch support;wide toe box allows toes to move naturally and spread freely; accommodates custom and over-the-counter orthotics; slip-resistant, non-marking, waterproof rubber outsole; rocker heel; edge-free inner seams do not rub/chafe foot; reinforced toe-cap

    Leather-lined, odor-resistant footbed with anatomically-correct arch support


    Upper: 100% natural boiled wool upper

    Sole: Rubber

    Insole: Suede leather lining; cork-latex footbed and midsole



    We LOVE clogs. But we LOVE houseshoes even more. So, we got to thinking: let’s make a shoe that WEARS like a clog, but FEELS like a houseshoe. What’s the ‘Tyrol’? Giesswein is located in the Tyrol region of Austria, considered by many the most beautiful and inspiring corner of the Alps. We couldn’t agree more. Unrivaled scenery. Strangers who are as inviting and welcoming as your closest friends. If this was ‘home,’ you would have a hard time leaving. We certainly do. Even though the world beckons, we decided to keep our feet a little closer to the comforts of home. Our anatomically-correct, removable footbeds are designed to offer you the widest comfort options: enjoy the amazing arch support, metatarsal arch, deep heel cup, & foot-molding contour of our patented footbeds OR insert your own custom orthotics. All-season, breathable, natural boiled wool uppers. Slip-resistant, waterproof outsoles. Rugged, flexible, and wonderfully comforting. Not a far cry from the landscape and people who define the Tyrol.

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