Helly Hansen Stockholm Boot
Founded in Norway in 1877, Helly Hansen continues to develop their apparel through a blend of Scandinavian design and insights drawn from living among some of the harshest environments on earth. For Fall/Winter 2015 their Stockholm high-performance boot marries perfectly with their history by blending outdoor footwear tradition, urban style, and winter protection.
The Stockholm is a stylish sneaker-style boot, suitable attire during rain or shine with Scandinavian design. It’s a combination of Helly Hansen’s heralded performance technologies with a stylish design to keep you warm, comfortable, and completely protected in wet and snowy conditions.
The Stockholm boot is made with a Nubuck upper providing solid weather protection while the Helly GripTM outsole keeps feet firmly on icy pavements. The Stockholm’s fuzzy interior lining provides ample warmth and the EVA midsole protects feet from the stress of repeated, hard impact. Helly Hansen fully seam sealed the boot to ensure no rain, slush, or melted snow seeps inside.
Key Stockholm Features
- Waterproof silky nubuck
- Water-repellant mesh
- Padded collar
- Leather heel counter
- Seam sealed Midsole
- Protective rubber cupsole
- Removable EVA comfort footbed
- Helly Grip Rubber outsole.
The footwear market today is awash with solid, well-made leather boots, but we like the Helly Hansen Stockholm boot differential because it maintains a casual-style approach to boot-wear, but with rock solid protection from the elements. So, if you wish to casual-up an outfit this winter, it’s time to consider the Stockholm boot from Helly Hansen.
Tying in with the launch of the Stockholm boot Helly Hansen have devised a series of Instagram challenges labelled ‘Discover the Nature of Your City’. Helly Hansen (instagram.com/hellyhansen) challenge you to explore your city and see it differently, as unexplored nature. Click here to see three weekly Instagram challenges to conquer for your chance to win a pair of Stockholm boots with the #hhcatwalk hashtag.
This post was sponsored by Helly Hansen.