A lightweight, Jersey-lined, reinforced agricultural wellington boot with a high performance self-cleaning Michelin Agri sole for enhanced grip, durability and comfort. Developed for agricultural professionals in partnership with Michelin. Conforms to EN ISO 20-347: 2012 OB E safety standards.
Product code 1902-7100

Features

  • Handcrafted from start to finish by a Le Chameau Master Bootmaker
  • Featuring our supple and flexible Chamolux rubber, exclusive to Le Chameau
  • 100% waterproof – every pair is carefully tested
  • Lightweight, jersey-lined agricultural boot
  • Self-cleaning MICHELIN Agri sole for enhanced grip and durability
  • Shaped XL shaft with wider calf fitting for improved comfort
  • Manure resistant
  • Conforms to EN ISO 20-347: 2012 OB E safety standards

Ceres

Men's Cérès Jersey Lined Boot

£140
(74)

Colour Chameau Green  

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UK DELIVERY


Free UK Standard Delivery (2 to 3 working days) on all orders.


Channel Island Standard Delivery (3 to 5 working days) : £6.95


Country Cost Shipping Method Delivery Times
UK, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight FREE DPD 2-3 Working Days
Guernsey £6.95 DHL 3-5 Working Days
Jersey £6.95 DHL 3-5 Working Days

We offer free returns on all orders returned within 28 days.


See full returns policy here

Our boots are provided with a two-year warranty from the original date of purchase, please ensure that you keep a copy of your proof of purchase, which will be needed to validate a claim within the two-year period.


Please note that for our Imperfects collection, our boots carry a one year warranty, for fit-for-purpose faults only.


See full warranty information here.

RUBBER BOOT CARE


  • Clean your boots with nothing more than water and a brush.
  • Let the boots air dry.
  • Use a silicone spray and polish using a soft, dry cloth.
  • Keep your boots in a dry and ventilated place, away from direct sunlight and away from any heat source.
  • If the boots get wet, please dry the lining thoroughly before using them again. Crumpled newspaper will help.
  • If storing your boots for a long period, clean them thoroughly and store away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry place.

  • Leather Boot Care


  • Use a brush to remove any loose dirt, only use a stiff brush on the soles as this can scratch and damage the leather.
  • Further clean with a damp rag using a dedicated leather cleaner if you have one.
  • Make sure you allow your leather boots to fully air dry.
  • Apply a boot oil, leather conditioner or weather sealant so no moisture is locked in.
  • If storing your boots for a long period, clean them thoroughly and store away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry place.

  • See full boot care guide.