KLEMAN (a contraction of Cléon Manufacture) was launched in 1988 by Jacques and Louis-Marie Cléon, sons of legendary French bootmaker René Cléon. Initially reserved for trades seeking security, sturdiness and quality, most of the brand's iconic models include the ISO EN-20347 standard and thus enable an additional guarantee thanks to anti-slip, abrasion resistance, and the innocuousness of materials. The manufacturing of KLEMAN's products remains exclusively carried out in France in its workshop in Anjou.
KLEMAN transcends trends and seasons by offering a raw and authentic unisex style. Its PADROR leather moc-toe shoe has remained unchanged since the 1980s. A sober and functional worker shoe which now dresses a new generation of talented urban dwellers around the world. KLEMAN sets up the professional shoe as a real accessory of a timeless workwear style.