It was in 1853 that Hiram Hutchinson, an American living in Montargis, France, bought the rubber vulcanization patent from Charles Goodyear and created the brand À l'Aigle, in reference to the American eagle. With this technology, the company’s first waterproof boots and coats were born.
Simple and resistant, Aigle boots take advantage of the naturally remarkable properties of rubber. Strong and durable, they have always been made in workshops in Châtellerault, France, since the creation of the company.
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