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Pataugas is both a shoe and a brand created on 24 August 1950 by René Elissabid, an industrialist from Mauleon, a village in the province of Soule, France. The shoe is more a boot, with a rubbered thick lugged outsole obtained with pulp rubber heated with a gas stove, hence the name "pataugas."
An anonymous former Pataguas employee reviews the French company in a "Glassdoor" review on April 3, 2019:
"The company modified all of its dynamics despite the desire of the staff to advance and develop the company." (Translation from French).
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