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Lobben Boots - FEMUND Boots - Mushers boot



 
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Our Price: $192.00

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Norwegian felted wool boots
Polyurethane molded sole - deep grooves provide great traction on snow and ice (same sole as traditional Lobbens)
Upper portion of boots made from natural materials - the boiled wool "breathes" allowing moisture to wick away and leave you with a warm dry foot
Natural lanolin oil in wool helps repel water Perfect for dry, cold conditions
As they are so light weight and very warm these boots are a favorite for dog mushers
They may feel a bit stiff at first but with wear they will mold to your foot and become the coziest boots you own!

The Femund * Lobbens are a new design - they have been designed to meet the needs of dog mushers but of course are popular with all outdoor enthusiasts
Also called Finmark lobbens
These boots do not have the distinctive "curled up toe" treatment of the traditional lobben. The rounded toe allow for an easier fit in overboots like Neos
The tongue in this boot is connected to the sides and stays in place - no wind or snow can get into this boot
Leather reinforcement between sole and wool upper
Artistic Femund race logo on side of boots. Accent ribbon with dog paws!

This new streamlined design of the Femund boot in comparison to the traditional lobbens allows less space in the boot for extra socks or insoles. We will need to size up your boot size for the Femund boots
Let us know your American shoe size and we can do the conversion to European Lobben sizing

We carry a large stock of Lobbens. If currently unavailable - we will notify you immediately and will include boots for you in our next order from Europe
Please contact us with any questions email info@piasweaters.com phone 907-277-7964

* The Femund race is an annual sled dog race in the mountains of Norway. This 600km race can have up to 200 teams. These boots are a favorite of the mushers!

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