These Patagonian insoles are handcrafted by a community of women who live in the southernmost tip of Chile. They come from a place that usually has movement and economic activity only in the summer months. To continue the activity in winter, they came up with this new source of income with which these seven women make wool accessories from their sheep. They make from blankets to these insoles for footwear, which being 100% wool are thermoregulatory, are very warm in winter and cool in summer, antibacterial, naturally insulating moisture and anti-perspirant, they can also be washed in the washing machine. Patagonia insoles are made to last.
The base is made with leather from waste from the food industry in the area. And as a clarification: they fit well in the usual foot size.