A lightweight, reinforced agricultural boot with an adjustable rear gusset. The high performance, self-cleaning Michelin® Agri sole offers enhanced grip, durability and comfort. Developed for agricultural professionals in partnership with Michelin®. Conforms to EN ISO 20-347: 2012 OB E safety standards.
- Upper Natural Rubber
- Lining 60% Polyester / 40% Cotton Jersey
- Sole Michelin® Agri
- Weight 1.85 KG
- Environment Professional Agricultural
- Season Spring/Summer (up to 0°C)
- Standards EN ISO 20-347 OB E
- Product Code 2020
Adjustable rear gusset with a tightening strap and buckle for secure and comfortable fit around the calf. Shock-absorbing Michelin® Agri soles provides protection and all-day comfort for professional wear. Fast-drying jersey lining keeps feet cool and comfortable in temperatures as low as 0°C. Using a combination of natural rubber and jersey the boot flexes easily, mirroring any foot movement to reduce fatigue. XL Calf Fitting.
The Cérès Adjustable jersey boot is designed for durability and resistance to harsh farm wastes and chemicals. Extra rubber reinforcement around the leg provides protection and abrasion resistance. Tough dual-density Michelin® Agri sole ensures even ground contact and reduces wear and tear.
Developed in partnership with Michelin, the Michelin Agri sole provides the same high performance as their agricultural tractor tires. The outsole tread uses Michelin Ultraflex tyre auto-cleaning technology, distributing weight evenly giving better grip on soft ground and dislodging soil and mud while walking.
Size and Fit
Measure around the calf at its widest point. Add 2cm to take sock and trouser thickness into account.
Measure around your foot from the rear of the heel (where the heel touches the ground) to the point the top of your foot joins your shin.
Measure from the ground to the back of the knee. Subtract 2cm to be sure the upper doesn’t stop the knee from bending comfortably.
Place your foot on a flat surface and thread a flexible tape meaure around your foot at the point ther top of your foot meets your shin.