Namibia’s largest shoe factory is specialized in the manufacture of traditional shoes – soft, light, but surprisingly well holding moisture and does not allow the bites of insects and animals.
Klomp (clogs) – wooden shoes, which are made of willow and poplar, willow does not pass water. Klomps are warmer and drier than rubber boots. Clogs – wooden shoes, which […]
Found in the Swiss Alps and the shepherds use them even today.
Witso (Vaigai “Kalash-ala” Nuristani languages) kalon (“Kalash-mun,” Dard) In the past, it has been distributed to Nuristan and Dardic peoples along the current Afghan-Pakistani border. In other words – the […]
Leather, hand made boots. 20 th century, Turkey.
Tsarouhi (Greece, Metsovo)
Traditional galician shoes. Northern Spain. Leather and wood. It is used both for work in the field and for dancing.