Ultra-durable field and extreme terrain rubber boot. Natural rubber upper with Kevlar® reinforcement technology to protect against abrasion from groundcover. Moisture-wicking anti-allergenic microfibre OnSteam lining keeps feet dry and comfortable. High-performance shank reinforcement to support your foot and dual density Grip sole for exceptional stability on rough terrain.
- Upper Chamolux Rubber with Kevlar
- Lining 100% Microfiber Onsteam®
- Sole Grip
- Height (cm) 39 - 41
- Calf (cm) 40 - 44
- Weight 1.78 KG
- Environment Dense Undergrowth
- Season Spring/Summer/Autumn (up to 0°C)
- Product Code 2021
Made from light anti-bacterial microfibre, the Onsteam lining is durable and resists wear and tearing while absorbing and dissipating sweat and moisture to prevent odors, keeping feet dry and comfortable all year round.
Ease Of Movement
Featuring a fully waterproof, half-length Riri Aquazip, located on the rear of the boot to avoid snagging and catching and making them easy to put on and take off. The Traqueur holds your trousers securely in place when you're on the move at pace.
Resistant With Kevlar Reinforcement
The toughest and most durable rubber boot in the Le Chameau range. Built for the most demanding and unyielding terrains and environments. Utilising a unique double Kevlar reinforcement technology in the natural rubber compound to protect the boot from abrasion, puncture and wear.
Dual-density Grip sole absorbs shock and features a shank reinforcement board for better stability and fatigue reducing arch support. The abrasion-resistant outsole ensures Traqueur offers sure-footed traction on uneven, slippery, muddy and soft terrain.
Size and Fit
|Foot Length (cm)||24.7||25.3||26||26.7||27.3||28||28.7||29.3||30|
|Foot Size (EU)||39||40||41||42||43||44||45||46||47|
|Foot Size (UK)||6||6.5||7||8||9||10||10.5||11||12|
|Foot Size (US)||7||7.5||8||9||10||11||11.5||12||13|
|Calf Size (cm)||40||40||42||42||43||43||44||44||44|
Measure around the calf at its widest point. Add 2cm to take sock and trouser thickness into account.
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.