Weekend Style: Stay Dry & Fly With Pajar
We’re not sure about where you live, but here in NYC, it’s shaping up to be a rainy few days. We love the fall, so we need to accept wet weather is just something that comes along with the pleasant temperatures. And though we hate opening our umbrellas on the crowded city sidewalks, we can’t deny our love for a great pair of badass boots. Enter Pajar Canada.
Pajar is one of those family companies that’s been doing it right for decades. When founder Paul Golbert immigrated to Montreal from Paris in 1956 (he was born into a family of shoemakers), it only took him a few years to launch the company in 1963. Since then, Pajar has been producing high quality, cold-weather boots with tradition and heritage in mind. Equal parts comfort and style, Pajar creates footwear that both looks and feels great using the knowledge acquired from five generations of shoemaking.
Rainy days and cold weather are literally no match for Pajar, especially when you’re rocking a style as awesome as the Carrefour boot. Guaranteed to withstand temperatures to -40C, these babies are lined with mink shearling to keep your feet toasty warm. Don’t worry about ruining the suede and Napa leather body – these are waterproof to keep you dry and fly on even the wettest days. And everything is made by our lovely Northern neighbors in Montreal.
Let this be the year you give cold, rainy weather a swift kick in the ass. Grab these for $375 at pajar.com.