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Moon Boot Women's Boots

The Moon Boots that you know and love today were first developed in the 1970s after their creator was inspired by watching the events of the 1969 moon landing, but their popularity really took off in the eighties when they became iconic footwear for a generation.

Moon Boots are manufactured by an Italian company called Technica. Their design is characterised by their thick midsoles whilst the top line typically extends up the leg for extra warmth.

The original Technica Moon Boots women's boots are both practical and fashionable, excelling in design in both areas.

Features of Moon Boots

Technica Original Moon Boots are designed with extra thick midsoles that provide ample padding, which creates a lightness and a floating sensation, perhaps somewhat similar to the feeling of walking on the moon. This also makes them exceptionally comfortable for all day wear.

The original Moon Boots were technically designed to withstand strong winter conditions. Moon Boots are water-resistant, keeping out moisture and rain, which can result in cold feet even when temperatures are above freezing.

They are one of the most popular snow boots for skiing and hiking and can often be seen being worn around ski resorts. Moon Boots are perfect for cold weather as they can withstand temperatures up to -35C, making them particularly ideal for skiing holidays and trudging through snow.

Creative and fun designs

Women's Moon Boots are both practical and fashionable and they are available in a large array of styles. There is an almost unparalleled selection of designs ranging from rainbow and leopard print to Moon boots with warm faux fur trim.

A range of upper materials are available from traditional nylon to sleek and shiny vinyl, as can be seen in the Technica's unique Moon Boot Vinil.

Other styles include a range of low top Moon Boots such as the Moon boot W.E. Low Lurex to knee high varieties such as the Moon Boot W.E. Monaco.

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