Combat Boots women's vegan worker boots
Combat Boots women's vegan worker boots
Combat Boots women's vegan worker boots
Combat Boots women's vegan worker boots
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Combat Boots women's vegan worker boots

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Women's vegan mid-calf worker boots made of plant material Vegea® with a chunky plant sole

Combat Boots are a longer version of our Riot boots. Worker boots are a classic not only for the winter seasons. The massive, but light sole gives them not only an interesting form, but also works perfectly on cold days. However, in the summer it fits perfectly with shorts, contrasting light dresses and other festival looks. Our vegan boots definitely enter the upcoming seasons with a stylish step and will spice up any styling. These shoes will stay with you for many seasons - all thanks to the fact that they are made of durable and environmentally friendly materials that guarantee their longevity.

Vegan shoes - all components are 100% vegan.
Shoes made of plant material Vegea.
Shoes made by hand in Poland.
Shoe lining made of a breathable mesh fabric.
Shoe sole is made of EVA Foam.

Available sizes: EU 36-41
Sole height: 5 cm
Black colour

Choose your size:

EU [cm] UK [inch] US
36 22,6 4 8.9 6
37 23.5 5 9.3 7
38 24.3 6 9.6 8
39 25.1 7 9.9 9
40 25.9 8 10.2 10
41 26.7 9 10.5 11
HOW TO PERFECTLY MATCH THE SHOE SIZE?
See how to measure your foot to choose the best size of our shoes:
  1. Put your bare foot on a piece of paper
  2. Outline it, making sure that the outline corresponds to the actual foot line (it does not protrude beyond it or be smaller - especially at the heel outline)
  3. Make two horizontal lines as shown (at the toes and at the heel)
  4. Measure the distance between the horizontal lines - this is the length of your insole