KIDS Demar is dubbed as the world lightest boots.

Love by kids around the world and worshipped by parents

Isn’t it? Well we believe so.



Along with a long history of Demar brand in Poland, Demar was established in 1978.

Being recognised in experience, and technologies in footwear products, Demar has been chosen to introduce a new footwear designs for the Polish Army.

Annually Demar provides both the Polish Army and foreign military services with a few hundred thousand pairs of shoes. Most of the footwear is assembled with direct injection technology (the most durable joint between the sole and the upper). The footwear is also fit with modern membrane OutDryTM. We use our experience, gained at complex military footwear, to produce footwear of the highest quality.

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Demar P.W. produces:

  • professional hunting, fishing and forestry footwear

  • professional protective footwear for industry

  • rubber boots and snow-boots for children – KIDS Demar.

  • leisure and recreation footwear - HOBBY Demar.

Why we trust Demar?

 Demar Waterproof system is a modern solution thanks to which footwear is completely waterproof. Best quality waterproof leather (nubuck) was used in the boot-tops, and the inside of the footwear is made of waterproof and vapour permeable membrane. It is a polytetrafluoroethylene membrane (PTFE), laminated and reinforced with spacer fabric (polyamide), which is used as the lining. This combination is characterized by a very well hygienic parameters and durability.

Basic hygienic parameters of Demar Waterproof system:

  • water vapour permeability – not less than 2.0 mg/ cm²h (tested acc. to PN-EN ISO 20344:2012),

  • water vapour coefficient – not less than 20 mg/cm² (tested acc. to PN-EN ISO 20344:2012),

  • watertightness – not less than 10 m 10 m H2O (tested acc. to PN-EN 20811:1997).

Basic durability parameters of Demar Waterproof system:

  • tear strength, not less than 15N (acc. to PN-EN ISO 4674-1 2005),

  • resistance to dry friction – not less than up to 25 600 cycles,

  • resistance to wet friction – not less than 12800 cycles (acc. to PN-EN ISO 20344:2012).