Shoes designed over a century ago, and still relevant today.
The new Aurland shoe was created in the 1930s. It is claimed that Nils Tveranger was inspired by the moccasins of the Iroquois in America. Today, there is a tendency to preserve heritage and traditions, and this also applies to the traditional Aurland shoe. Today, the factory collaborates with renowned Norwegian designers in the development of new collections. Nowadays, people know that the Aurland shoe was the original "moccasin". The small factory in the heart of the Sognefjord now produces not only shoes but also bags and complementary products with the help of Norwegian fashion houses.