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When actress Diane Kruger (44, 'Troja') does sports, she wants one thing above all else besides a healthy workout: to combine comfort and style.
Without socks? No problem for Diane Kruger!
The German Hollywood export, which has already appeared in front of the camera for directors like Quentin Tarantino, has found its dream shoes in the Merino Runners from Giesswein. "There are really a lot of sneakers on the market, but the shoes made of merino wool are my absolute highlight," enthuses the star. Thanks to the breathable material, these sports shoes can even be worn without socks - smelly feet after a workout are a thing of the past. The merino wool also makes them a sustainable, natural alternative to conventional sports shoes.
That's why the Merino Runners are an all-round shoe that Diane Kruger hardly likes to take off anymore. She is enthusiastic about the comfort: "I not only wear it for sports, but also in my free time."
collaboration with an old friend
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