Who are we?
Our team is, first of all, a group of enthusiasts, seeking all people, in particular our dear small ones, spending most of time surrounded by nature. Here you can learn something new, have a good rest and experience a lot! In order to make it not only interesting, but also feeling cosy and warm, as even five year old Scandinavians say, clothes matter most.
We introduce shoes Dock Boot – perfectly suitable to this endeavour.
Our partners and Dock Boot creators in Norway have a long lasting experience in the field of shoe-making and trade. Their family business was born back in 1967, and Dock Boot has begun spreading in their country as from 2005. It‘s no wonder, Dock Boot shoes have become really beloved! We cherish a hope that you will also like and enjoy wearing Dock Boot shoes. Like we do 😊.
Straight from the horse’s mouth about Dock Boot
What is inside and outside the shoe?
The outer part is neoprene and partially covered with natural rubber for increased durability.
Neoprene is a synthetic rubber material. The formal name of the material is chlorobutadiene rubber. The trademark Neoprene belongs to the American company DuPont. It was originally marketed under the trademark Duprene. The material is used for diving, both in wet and dry suits. The material is waterproof, shock absorbing, heat insulating and oil resistant. Isn’t that great!
The internal part is partly neoprene and fleece. Fleece has some of the best characteristics of the wool: is largely unsurpassed in insulation properties due to its high air content (only air can insulate heat); hydrophobic, which means that it dries very quickly and is insulating warmth even when wet (can only absorb about 1% of its weight in water); is breathable and sweat transporting (sweat is transported to the surface quickly and evaporates); easy to take care and wash; very light as well. There is an extra pair of fleece insoles for cold weather and winter added in each box of Dock Boot.