Special offer on Doré Doré, Falke & Burlington socks!

TO ENJOY OUR SPECIAL OFFER

If you buy 3 items of Doré Doré or Falke or Burlington socks, you get the 4th for free (the cheapest of the four). If you buy 6 items, you get 2 for free. If you buy 9 items, you get 3 for free, and so on…
When you add 4 items or more of Doré Doré, or Falke or Burlington socks to your shopping bag, the cheapest automatically becomes free.

TERMS OF USE

  • This offer is valid until November 30th 2019 included in all of our 3 shops and on our website
  • This offer is only valid on Doré Doré, Falke or Burlington socks (for men, women and kids), that are not in promotion, including Doré Doré’s tights and Falke’s Homepads collection
  • This offer only applies on items from the same brand.
  • This offer may not be used in conjunction with our vouchers

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    Rondinaud charentaises

    At the root of «Charentaises» invention, there are its felt soles; they come from recycled felts that were used to press paper in the paper industry. With this technique, nothing is lost, everything is transformed, famous Charentaises felt soles are born. 

    During the 17th Century, Charentaises were not used as pure slippers, people were used to put them into clogs to feel more comfortable for walking. In 1907, the family-owned-business Ets Rondinaud decided to upgrade the traditional charentaises adding a tartan pattern to it, for the very first time in its history the Charentaises were used as slippers only.

    Rondinaud Charentaises, authentic slippers 

    Rondinaud remains a family business that keeps manufacturing its slippers in Charente, perpetuating tradition and ancestral know-how over a Century. Very proud of its heritage, Rondinaud claims its core values in writing them down where everything began, on its Charentaises soles: «Made in Charente, fabriquée par les Ets Rondinaud, maison fondée il y a belle lurette», i.e. «Made in Charente, by Ets Rondinaud, company founded ages ago.

    Did you know ? Charentaises are also known under the name « Java slippers»