We've all heard the saying 'money for old rope' but have you heard the one about 'money for old boots'? If not, read on... Digging out a pair of battered boots might not seem to be the best way to kick off your winter season but for a limited period Mammut are offering 20% off the price of any new footwear – in return for donating old Mammut or Raichle footwear.
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Take any pair of unwanted Mammut or Raichle shoes or boots (preferably clean!) along to one of the participating Mammut Pro Dealers between Tuesday 13th December to Saturday 24th December and they'll give you 20% off the price of a new pair of Mammut shoes or boots.
Mammut will then work with the European Recycling Company to ensure that the unwanted footwear is repaired and gets a new lease of life in developing nations.
Participating Mammut Pro Dealers
Terms and Conditions
Offer applies to in-shop sales only from Tuesday 12th December to Saturday 24th December.
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