Word of the Week

Word of the Week: Cambrelle

Photo of cambrelle lining from the BIG BLACK BOOTS website at www.boot.com

Cambrelle is a durable, breathable, synthetic material that helps wick away moisture from the foot and gives added warmth. Cambrelle is used in a range of products, generally as a liner for leather outdoor footwear. Scarpa’s classic mountain walking boots used the fabric for many years. Meindl also use the fabric in some of their non-Gore-Tex lined boots.

Cambrelle is a registered trademark of Camtex Fabrics Limited.

Check out previous Words of the Week, and read the Shoe Smitten shoe glossary to learn more footwear lingo!

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