Cloudy Low is a lovely rubber boot with a really sporty look thanks to the contrasting colours and black details on the outer sole, elastic on the side and the small strap on the back.
Futter: Pflanzlich gegerbtes leder
Sohle: 65% Baumwolle, 35% Dacron
Design: Bundgaard Zero heel
Size 24: 15,9 cm
Size 25: 16,5 cm
Size 26: 17,2 cm
Size 27: 17,9 cm
Size 28: 18,4 cm
Size 29: 18,9 cm
Size 30: 20 cm
Size 31: 20,5 cm
Size 32: 21,2 cm
Size 33: 21,7 cm
Size 34: 22,4 cm
Size 35: 22,8 cm
Size 36: 23,3 cm
Size 37: 24 cm
Size 38: 24,4 cm
Size 39: 25,3 cm
Size 40: 25,9 cm
Size 41: 26,6 cm
Size 42: 27,3 cm
Cloudy Low is a lovely rubber boot with a really sporty look thanks to the contrasting colours and black details on the outer sole, elastic on the side and the small strap on the back. As the name indicates, Cloudy Low has a low shaft, making it easy for kids to put on. A really nice reflector is featured on the back, making the boot visible in dark conditions.
Bundgaard rubber boots are extremely durable, made of natural rubber to make them extremely soft and flexible for the child to wear.
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Recommended growing room: 10-12 mm.
The adjustable opening and heel cap ensure a perfect fit on narrow or wide feet.
The sturdy heel cap provides support and a good foot hold.
Flexible and gorgeously soft sole.
The removable insoles make it easy to check that the size is right (both when purchasing and during use). The insoles can be removed for airing and drying and make cleaning the inside of the boot a breeze.
- NB: small children curl their toes and cannot feel when a shoe is too small.
Care and maintenance of rubber boots prolongs their life and they are kept strong and flexible without cracking. A care product can either be bought directly from individual retailers, or alternatively a natural oil can be used - e.g., a taste-neutral oil from the kitchen.
Start by washing the rubber boots thoroughly so that all dirt comes off - a good tip is to hold them under the tap. When the boots are dry, the oil can be applied with a soft sponge or cloth. Please repeat at regular intervals.
Rubber boots should never be dried on a radiator or similar heat sources. This would cause the rubber to dry out faster, and thus crack and compromising their ability to be completely waterproof.
A good tip for drying them is also to take out the insoles. Then the boot can dry on the inside too, if the child has had warm feet.