Cosy feet despite Siberian temperatures


Kandid Hofstetter travelled 90 kilometres on foot across ice and snow at the Lake Baikal Crossing in Russia. Temperatures reached depths of minus 30 degrees.

Despite the icy cold weather and the enormous amount of physical effort, the Swiss-born traveller did not get cold feet during his expedition. What surprised him even more? His feet didn’t hurt once after the three-day tour. This comes down to the perfect shoe with integrated air cushioning.