First and foremost, our winter boots are made to keep feet warm and dry during winter. We achieve this with the use of materials such as leather, suede, rubber or wool lining combined with the TEX membrane. Bisgaard winter boots consist of three different layers: The lining, the TEX membrane and the leather, as well as a rubber outer sole. These layers make the boots breathable, soft and flexible while also preventing water intake and retention.
Caring for children's winter boots
Leather can be treated with beeswax spray, as it is easy to apply and helps preserve the leather's elasticity and exclusive appearance. If you choose to do this, to help the boots remain durable, you must give them time to dry. Shoe polish (either neutral or in a color matching that of the boots) can also be used to help restore the appearance of the boots. TEX membrane boots should be cared for in the same way. It is important to use a permeating product that is free from silicone. Silicone can block the TEX membrane's pores that the boots rely on for their breathability and good internal climate. There are permeating products that are particularly suited for shoes and boots with TEX membranes.
Room for growth in children's winter boots
We recommend buying winter boots with a little extra room for growth. This allows for space, flexibility and the opportunity for your children's feet to grow. This means you can go a longer time before having to purchase a new pair in a bigger size. You can find the right shoe size with the recommended room for growth in the size guide of an individual shoe.