Vierzon walking rubber boot with a Vibram outsole. Handcrafted from natural rubber with a polycotton, tartan patterned jersey lining for comfortable use in warmer seasons. Adjustable waterproof gusset with snap-fastening buckle to ensure comfortable fit around the calf and leg. The specially developed Vibram sole offers excellent grip in the most challenging conditions and features a reinforced shank to protect the foot arch and prevent fatigue when walking long distances.
- Upper Natural Rubber
- Lining 60% Cotton/40% Polyester Jersey
- Sole Grip
- Weight 1.78 KG
- Environment Game Shooting/Country Walking
- Season Spring/Summer (up to -0°C)
- Product Code 1950
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.
Stability By Vibram®
Developed exclusively for Le Chameau by outsole experts Vibram®, the sole is designed for comfortable outdoor and country walking. The sole is rigid to improve stability and support the foot arch reducing fatigue and stress on the foot ligaments.
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 unisex aluminium last for a comfortable fit around the leg. Fast-drying jersey lining keeps feet cool and comfortable in temperatures down to 0°C. With the combination of natural rubber and jersey the boot flexes easily with the shape and movement of your feet and legs for comfortable all-day wear.
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.