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- Premium quality 1.8 mm oiled leather and suede suited to all weather conditions.
- Internal stretch sock membrane contours the foot for maximum comfort, warmth and breathable.
- Fitted with CORKfitTM footbed, our traditional cork footbed.
- Anti-microbial cork footbed is anatomically designed to promote a healthy posture.
- Upper is stitched directly to the injected TPU outsole creating a unique design using minimal toxic glues.
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Comfort awaits you five-thousand years in the past with the OTZ Shoes OTZ300GMS Leather! A premium leather upper is stitched directuly into the injected TPU outsole reducing the need for toxic glues. A CORKliteTM footbed soothes the bottom of your feet while you walk and is antimicrobial so you don't have to worry about the smell that comes from sockless shoes! Based on the shoes from the frozen caveman OeTZI, the OTZ Shoes OTZ300GMS Leather are made for comfort and utility.If you are in between sizes please order the next size up. The shoe is intended to fit snug.
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006BXC9AY
- Item model number: 74011-246-M-41
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 22, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
If you get OTZ shoes, here is a head's up: They are a little more of a challenge to put on. You need to slip into them with the heel part down and pull it up around your heel. The linen shoes are easier to slip on, and appear to give a little more quickly as you are breaking them in. However, I did struggle when I tried on a pair for the first time. Once I figured things out, I have not had a problem.
When I got my leather shoes, I had a very hard time trying to get them on. I was able to get them on without socks, but putting on even thin socks was a struggle. What I ended up doing was pulling the cork soles out of my linen shoes and putting them in the leather ones and all was fine. I didn't want to order a larger size, as the shoes did fit perfectly once I got them on. Because I had worn the linen pair this summer, the footbeds were broken in and had flattened out just enough to work in the leather shoes.
I did try putting in some Dr. Scholl's liners and those worked as well with a little more room, but I absolutely love the cork footbeds.
There aren't any stores in Minnesota where I can easily find OTZ shoes. I would suggest that if your area sells them, go try on a pair beforehand. And have a little patience.
Size was fine for me. I generally wear a 7.5-8 (I have wide feet) and once I got the shoes on, I was able to wear them all day without a problem. I am planning a trip to Argentina in June and plan to bring the leather ones with me as one of my primary pairs of shoes.
I will most likely order another pair of OTZ shoes within the next year!
These shoes just make sense to me. I have been searching for something like this. I don't want ties and I don't need clunky soles.