NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers
NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers

NORA III Metallic Nylon Navy Sneakers

Regular price
$120.00
Sale price
$120.00
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NORA III Metallic Nylon from Scandinavian shoe brand, WODEN is made of nylon and calfskin with heel details in fish leather, which is originally a waste product from the Icelandic seafood industry.

The backing material of WODEN's sneakers consists of 50% recycled polyester derived from plastic bottles. The insole is made of a soft PU-foam material, which is both light and shock-absorbing. It is covered with the characteristic WODEN cork, to ensure breathability. The outsole consists of several layers to ensure you stability and durability.

WODEN has introduced algae in the foam layer of the outsole to minimize the need for plastic. In addition, the sole consists of 65% natural rubber, 10% recycled rubber and 25% conventionally produced rubber. This is a shoe that perfectly blends fashion with function and style with sustainability.

Size Guide: 

37=6-6.5 38=7-7.5 39=8-8.5 40=9-9.5 41=10-10.5

NOTE: These run small ONE size small 

WODEN is a Scandinavian sneaker brand with a focus on Scandinavian design values, high-quality natural materials and great value for money. We believe in products and people, which is why our shoes are designed with care and produced by passionate and talented people. Fashion, functionality and anatomy are essential elements of the WODEN DNA, ensuring that our sneakers are meticulously designed for urban life.

WODEN was established in 2013 by Carsten Holm, a shoemaker with a long history in the shoe industry. He realized that nature and the Scandinavian design tradition combined with the DNA of the sneaker and high quality at a reasonable price would be the perfect foundation for creating a fashionable Scandinavian sneaker. Today, we call this Scandinavian Simplicity.