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Warm and sweaty children’s feet

Warm and sweaty children’s feet

Warm and sweaty feet, especially in the summer months, are normal – also for children. Children are very active every day and therefore shoes and materials that surrounds the feet are important. bisgaard uses natural materials in the production of children's shoes to ensure the best comfort and climate for the feet.

Calf-skin leather
Leather is a natural material produced by the processing of skins from cows. bisgaard uses calf skin in the production of children's shoes. In addition to being trendy and modern, quality leather is great to wear. Compared to artificial leather and other synthetic materials, leather has a better breathability and insulating power. This means that they are warm without the child being overheated. Shoes produced in synthetic materials are often smelly. This is rarely the case with shoes in natural materials.

bisgaard shoes are produced from soft natural leather also on the inner lining. It provides an optimal comfort. Leather's natural characteristics ensure that excess warm is released and moisture is transported away from the body. It ensures a healthy climate around the feet

Wool is a temperature-regulating and insulating material that keeps the feet warm during the winter, while it in the summer time transport the heat away from the foot. Wool can absorb about 35% moisture without it feeling wet. At high humidity, the wool will absorb moisture and create warm. In dry air, it will absorb the moisture from the feet and in that way cool it down. Wool is used in our home shoes and as lining in our winter boots.

Cotton fibers are a natural material that comes from the cotton plant. Cotton fibers are good to use for fabrics that must have a durable and smooth surface that doesn't form a knot after use. At the same time, cotton is a soft and comfortable fabric against the body. Cotton is a temperature-regulating and sweat-absorbing, which helps to transport moisture away from the body. Cotton is used as lining in our rubber boots.

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