In the Johansson family of Moheda county, there had been shoemakers in each generation ever since 1860 and in 1931 they launched their own family business, specializing in wooden clogs. Today the company is driven by the 5th generation and the production still takes place in the same factory located in the village of Moheda in the historical province of Småland in southern Sweden. In 1986, the factory was modernized in order to meet a growing demand and new standards.
The company goes under the name Reinholdson Sko AB and their brand is called Moheda after its origins.
Moheda offers traditional wooden clogs, working shoes and have also extended their product range with more modern designs.