Bread & Butter Berlin 2014 Winter – AIGLE

February 9th, 2014 by retail design blog

In 1853 the American Hiram Hutchinson, created the brand “A l’Aigle” in France. He obtained the patent from Charles Goodyear for the vulcanisation of rubber in order to make boots and shoes. To this day, this expertise remains concentrated in a single workshop in France, where, from the initial preparation of the rubber to the final touches, every boot is hand made under the attentive control of craftsmen.

This unique heritage guarantees the waterproofness, durability and comfort of every product. In tradition with this experience and know-how, Aigle launched, in the late eighties, its first clothing and footwear collection. The brand vocation has always been to protect man in nature. The Aigle range dresses the whole family from head to toe with authentic and durable clothing and footwear combining style and function.

Photographer: Zsolt Istvan Posta
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