Since Hanwag was founded in 1921, they have been continually developing. Over the years, new techniques, new functions, new requirements and new footwear trends have all left their mark. Their shoe developers and the Hanwag team continue to pioneer new innovations. Despite this, tradition has always played an important role at Hanwag. To this day, they only use two shoemaking techniques to make all our footwear: the cemented construction and double stitching. Their special lasts are also part of the secret of their success, as is only using the highest-quality materials when it comes to leather, lining and sole technology. In order to support the long-lasting durability of Hanwag footwear, it’s a good idea to clean and impregnate your boots regularly. All their footwear is fully resoleable.


Hanwag Alta Bunion GTX

Lightweight, leather boot for people with hallux valgus. Bunion last for wearers with hallux valgus, reinforcing heel tension element, padded soft leather cuff with vent holes. Inside: no seams at the big toe joint.

 


Hanwag Tatra GTX

Particularly comfortable trekking boot with enhanced details and a lightweight, yet stable design. Tongue lace hook prevents tongue from slipping. New, extra comfortable footbed, padded soft leather cuff with vent holes. Protective heel and toe caps.

 

 

 

 

 


Banks GTX

A lightweight and comfortable boot for hiking and trekking as well as other outdoor activities. It features a Gore-Tex lining to offer excellent wet weather protection as well as breathability to ensure a healthy environment for your foot. The Air-Pulse system in the boot helps to maintain air circulation for enhanced comfort even on long days out, it works thanks to a pumping action in the tongue and cushioning everytime you take a step. The sole of the boot can be replaced too so even if you wear them out you can keep hold of what will surely become your trusty, beloved boots.