Men's Neptune Neoprene Lined Wellington Boots


Men's Neptune Neoprene Lined Wellington Boots

£ 300.00

    Colour: Gris Fonce


  • UK6
  • UK6.5
  • UK7
  • UK8
  • UK9
  • UK10
  • UK10.5
  • UK11
  • UK12

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Product Details

The ultimate, neoprene lined boot, designed by yachtsmen for experienced offshore sailors. Features a fixed Wave-Guard gaiter with quick-release cord lock and mesh for fast water drainage. Non-marking Marine out sole with suction grip.



The iconic Neptune boot was first introduced in 1992. The Marine outsole was designed in collaboration with the legendary French yachtsman and ocean racer Eric Tabaly, and today Neptune still remains the footwear of choice for elite sailors around the world.



Anti-skid, non-marking Marine sole with suction cups. The slight wedge shape raises the heel, distributing the weight evenly across the sole, giving a firm contact between the boot and the deck to reduce slip and skid.



The built-in Wave-Guard (gaiter) prevents water getting into the boot to ensure dry comfortable feet. A fast-drying 3mm neoprene lining keeps feet comfortable in temperatures down to -15C.



The natural rubber upper has a special formulation to prevent sea salt water damage. Extra layers of reinforcement around the front of the boot both protect the foot and prolong the life of the boot in the most extreme conditions.


Size & Fit

For size and fit information, please refer to our size guide.


Neptune Size Guide

Foot Size (EU) 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
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        
Total Height (cm)         36 36 37 37 38 38 38 38 38        

Waterproof Height (cm)

Full Height of boot in all sizes.

Available Calf Girths (cm)         40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41        
  • If you intend to wear thick socks, please wear them whilst measuring.​
  • For more information on size and fit, and for help on how to measure your calf, see our size and fit page.