Winter outdoors can cause magic and mayhem depending on your footwear.
Italian company Olang has spent the last 30 years perfecting what goes on your feet to be not only stylish, but safe too.
This winter the luxury firm has launched a new range of snow boots to keep you on your toes. Highlights include the Olang Nora AG, which offers not only outstanding warmth, due to the cosy wool liner, but ultimate dryness, thanks to the Olantex water resistant membrane.
The Nora AG also boasts the new Vibram arctic grip system, which is the most advanced cold weather gripping system, with the sole specifically engineered and designed to perform on wet ice, as the special compound incorporated into the sole offers improved grip and traction on cold, icy or snow surfaces.
It’s sister boot, The Lapo AG also benefits from the grip system and is made from warm, breathable shearling, combined with hydro repellent suede leather. A short ankle boot with a lace up front, it will keep your feet cosy and warm as well as look stylish.
The Ziller OC is a classic and timeless style of boot which is suitable for lots of different winter activities. It too has the Olantex membrane for added protection against the snow and a warm and cosy wool lining to keep feet warm and snug, a perfect combination.
The boots are also fitted with the OC anti slip system which increases stability on icy surfaces with spikes, which are inserted into the groove of the sole. There are two positions on a rotating system to make sure it is easy to walk comfortably and safely on both icy and normal surfaces.
All the boots in the range are made by top quality craftsmen using years of practice and knowledge to ensure the footwear is fantastic to look at, comfortable to wear and safe to use.
The range comes in different colours and sizes to cater for men, women and children.
So, there’s no excuse not to get outdoors this winter!
Check out www.olang.co.uk for up to date prices and stockists.
Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.
Photographs courtesy of Olang
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