Paul Golbert arrived from France with his wife, Rachel, and their young son Jacques, with incredible experience in the European art of shoemaking.
He recognized a niche in the Canadian market for sheepskin-lined boots, and hence the birth of Pajar Boots.
Over the years, PAJAR has developed and implemented techniques to improve their high quality boots. With the addition of a patented insulating mid-sole (Iso-Lana) made up of small air bubbles between layers of aluminum, felt, and wool, Pajar boots can withstand severe cold up to -74 degrees Celsius. All seams are tape-sealed and the adhesive construction further ensures the waterproof quality of the boots.
The fulcrum of PAJAR's business and production, which uses the most advanced technologies and sophisticated computer system, is located in Montreal while the cities of Toronto and Vancouver accommodate an organized and efficient network of sales outlets and showrooms. Each year, the company on Coloniale street produces around 70, 000 pairs of men and women's boots, but the core-business consists of footwear imports which represent 78% of the business volume.
PAJAR boots are produced in a wide range of styles, materials, and colors to keep up with fashion trends.