Iconic field and country tall rubber boot with XL calf fitting (up to 46cm). Handcrafted from natural rubber with a 3mm neoprene lining for comfort in cold weather. Adjustable waterproof gusset with snap-fastening buckle to ensure comfortable fit around the calf and leg. Shock absorbing dual-density Grip outsole prevents fatigue resists abrasion and is suitable for all terrains.
- Upper Chamolux Rubber
- Lining 3mm Neoprene
- Sole Grip
- Height (cm) 40 - 41
- Calf (cm) 41 - 46
- Weight 1.90 KG
- Environment Game Shooting/Country Walking
- Season Autumn/Winter/Spring (up to -15°C)
- Product Code 1672
The Vierzonord XL Neoprene boot has a wide calf fitting (up to 46cm). Signature adjustable waterproof gusset with a tightening strap and snap-fastening buckle for secure fit around the calf. Hand-crafted from natural rubber using a women's aluminium last for a comfortable fit and elegant shape. Fast-drying neoprene lining cushions feet while keeping them warm.
Hand-crafted since 1965, Vierzon is an iconic Le Chameau product famous in the field and country as the first rubber boot with an adjustable, waterproof gusset.
Lined with 3mm of neoprene, our best selling Vierzonord boot provides exceptional insulation against the cold and superior comfort when walking. Originally used to make diving suits, neoprene has excellent insulating properties and prevents the wearer’s body heat from dissipating. Comfort rated to temperatures as low as -15°C.
Anti Fatigue Technology
Dual-density Grip sole absorbs shock and features a shank reinforcement board for better stability and fatigue reducing arch support. The abrasion-resistant outsole offers sure-footed traction on uneven, slippery, muddy and soft terrain.
Size and Fit
|Foot Size (EU)||39||40||41||42||43||44||45||46||47||48||49||50|
|Foot Size (UK)||6||6.5||7||8||9||10||10.5||11||12||12.5||13||14|
|Foot Size (US)||7||7.5||8||9||10||11||11.5||12||13||13.5||14||15|
|Calf Size (cm)||41||41||41||41||43||43||44||44||44||46||46||46|
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.
I have had a pair of these for around 13 years. They have just given up. They are the best boots ever.Review by Charlotte Christian (Posted on 16/11/2017)