Klaus Märtens was a specialist in the German armed force during World War II. While on leave in 1945, he harmed his lower leg while skiing in the Bavarian Alps. He found that his standard-issue armed force boots were too awkward on his harmed foot. While recovering, he planned enhancements to the boots, with delicate cowhide and air-cushioned soles made of tyres.[3] When the conflict finished and a few Germans recuperated resources from their own urban communities, Märtens took calfskin from a shoemaker’s shop. With that cowhide he made himself a couple of boots with air-padded soles


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