Kennel & Schmenger

25400.673 Trainers | pebble

€198 €275

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Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of monochrome gray and discover the enchanting 25400.673 sneaker in pebble from Kennel&Schmenger! This sneaker is simply perfect for anyone who doesn't want to be without their favorite shoe even in winter. The secret behind its irresistible charm lies in the soft suede and the cozy, color-matching fur lining. With the notched sole and the chic logo, the look is a real eye-catcher. This sneaker is not only a fashion statement, but also super comfortable and functional to enjoy the winter to the fullest. Get the 25400.673 Kiesel sneaker and give your outfit an extra dose of playful style and comfort. Get ready to attract everyone's attention, because with this shoe you are guaranteed to be a trendsetter in the cold season! What are you waiting for? Grab this treasure for your shoe collection and let yourself be enchanted by its unique charm.


The women's lace-up shoe with warm lining from Kennel & Schmenger is true to size. The sole measures 4.5 cm.


Suede leather/nubuck


Supplier name: 25400.673 kiesel SOFT NUBUK Zap
Web code: 26740100027

Kennel & Schmenger is a company with a long tradition, in whose manufacture manual work and zeitgeist become one. The production site in Pirmasens, Germany, has a long history of shoe manufacturing. K&S is one of the few remaining local manufacturers and also one of the last companies producing in Germany. The brand only processes the highest quality calf, goat or lamb leather from the meat industry. These come from the best Italian tanneries, which also supply well-known designer brands. Kennel & Schmenger not only attaches importance to appearance, but also dedicates itself to the "inner values" of the shoes in addition to material and technology. A shoe consists of at least 120 individual parts, which are handcrafted into a shoe in over 150 work steps. The brand produces in Pirmasens, Germany, and two of its own plants in Hungary, which ensures short distances and low CO2 emissions.

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