Pataugas have a certain je ne sais quoi

May 15, 2011 • posted in Shoes

The French do many things just a little bit better. Pataugas is a case in point. Pataugas is a French shoemaker that began in 1950 with the manufacture of a canvas boot with a rubber sole. At the time, the rubber was melted on a gas ring, hence its name “pate au gaz” (gas moulded). In 2001, the product range was updated to the 21st century lifestyle while maintaining its leisure and natural roots. Contemporary women love Pataugas shoes for their simple, pure and beautifully feminine look.

 

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