Tall men's country rubber boot with XL calf fitting for a more generous fit around the leg. Handcrafted from natural rubber and a durable, poly cotton tartan lining. Shock absorbing, all terrain Cross sole with anti-fatigue technology.
- Upper Chamolux Rubber
- Lining 60% Cotton/40% Polyester Jersey
- Sole Cross
- Height (cm) 39 - 41
- Calf (cm) 40 - 42
- Weight 1.78 KG
- Environment Countryside
- Product Code 1748
Cool & Comfortable
If you enjoy spending your time outdoors during warmer months, the poly cotton jersey lining will keep your feet cool and comfortable all day long. Made from 65% polyester and 35% cotton, it stretches just like rubber to match its elastic properties. Using a combination of rubber and jersey the boot flexes to follow the foot exactly, mirroring even the smallest foot movements.
Stability Across All Terrains
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 frozen, 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)||8.5||9||10||11||11.5||12||13||13.5||14|
|Calf Size (cm)||40||40||40.5||40.5||41||41||42||42||42|
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.
The best field boots in the world. Wear them every day--spring, summer, fall and winter. Keep weed seeds out of my socks, rain and dew off my feet and repel snake bites.Review by Feefo Review (Posted on 12/6/2018)
GoodReview by Mr bertrand BENQUET (Posted on 12/4/2018)
ExcellentReview by Feefo Review (Posted on 12/1/2018)
ExcellentReview by Mrs becky caney (Posted on 10/26/2018)
Excellent product thank youReview by Mr Robert Latham (Posted on 10/26/2018)