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Raichle’s First Soft Shell Footwear

New Raichle soft shell shoes

Not for nothing have soft shell materials acquired legions of enthusiastic devotees.Now Swiss footwear manufacturer Raichle is set to delight fans of the great outdoors by stepping up with footwear that, it too, is fashioned from a comfortable weather-repellent soft shell material.

Soft shells have been revolutionizing the sportswear market in recent years. Cuddly inside, water-repellent outside – small wonder that soft shell jackets have become firm favorites with so many outward-bound sports people. With its G Alpha Low boot, Raichle is set to prove that these twin benefits also apply to the foot. This light outdoor boot,manufactured by Switzerland’s traditional footwear maker, goes a few steps further by providing superb comfort and dependable protection against wind and weather. Perspiration water vapor is immediately transported away from the skin to the outside,and showers or wet grass are shrugged off by the water-repellent material. The feet stay dry inside and out, making short rambles and long hikes a comfortable and healthy experience. The soft shell material envelopes the foot like a second skin and the fit is superb, as you would expect from Raichle. But there’s one more advantage the durable and easy-care material has to offer: It looks really cool!


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