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Pajar Boots

Updated on November 2, 2012

Pajar Fur Boots

Pajar Boots are the hottest boots in women's fashion. The company was established in Montreal in 1963 by Paul Golbert who recently arrived from France. He was an experienced European shoemaking artisan. He realized that there was a niche in the Canadian market for sheepskin lined boots which launched the birth of Pajar. Pauls's son, Jacques Golbert graduated with a degree in Economics from the University of Lausanne. He later trained at Ecole de la Chaussure in France and took succeeded his father to be the next CEO of Pajar in the 1980's.

Pajar Greenland Boots

These Pajar Greenland boots look great while in the ski lodge or shopping in the city. These 100% waterproof boots are made from nylon, cow suede, and supersoft leather. They come with a side zipper, removable insole, wool linking and an anti-slip outsole.

Pajar Buzz Boots

Pajar Buzz boots are made from leather and plaid wool. They come with a side zipper and have a removable insole. The wool lining keep your feet dry and worm. The anit-slip outsole is ideal for icy winter conditions.

Pajar Foxy Boots

Water repellent uppers. Full calf upper. Rabbit fur leg. Wool lining for maximum warmth. P.U slip resistant outsole.

Pajar Crazy Horse Boots

Pajar Crazy Horse handcrafted boots were produced using the finest man made materials. The leg has ecolo fur on top. Fleece lining to maximize warmth.

Pajar Fur Boots

Known to be both legendary and lux, Pajar boots are meticulously hand-crafted in Canada. They are made from only the finest quality waterproof leathers and genuine shearling to keep your feet warm and dry. Also, exclusive to Pajar is the patented and comfort rated Iso-Lana technology footbed. Pajar offers highly fashionable and functional 'bootwear' for your winter wardrobe.

What do you think of these luxury boots?

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      Quiana 3 years ago

      I'm so glad that the ineetnrt allows free info like this!

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      julieannbrady 7 years ago

      Well, seriously -- they look mighty warm and I am thinking I would like a pair or two!

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