Innovative shooting boot featuring an exclusive outsole developed in collaboration with Michelin®. This boot oﬀers extreme protection for cold weather shooting up to -20°C. As well as durability with integral sewn-in stone guard, comfort with split leather and full grain leather, excellent waterproofing, breathability and thermal insulation with the LCX membrane and aluminium-treated sock liner. Easy on-oﬀ with the zip. Environmentally friendly with Terracare full grain leather. Outsole: Exclusive Michelin® semi-rigid complex, midsole in 2 polyurethane densities. Rubber sole in Michelin® OC® compound. Cushioning, traction and ﬂexibility.
Due to the tighter fit found in our Condor range we recommend ordering 1 size larger than you would usually wear.
- Upper 2.2mm Oiled Nubuck Leather
- Lining Le Chameau LCX®
- Sole Michelin OC® Deep Forest
- Weight 3.1 Ibs
- Environment Game Stalking
- Season Winter (up to -20°C)
- Product Code 2831
100% Waterproof & Breathable Le Chameau LCX® Technology
Using a complex 5-layer technical construction our LCX® lining prevents water permeating the boot whilst simultaneously allowing sweat vapour to escape easily. Your feet will stay dry and comfortable whatever the weather.
Centred around innovation and performance, the Condor LCX® range is suitable for both shooting and trekking alike. To create the concept our design team worked with Michelin® scientists to study the affect of demanding terrain on foot biomechanics. This data has been used to perfect the innovative Deep Forest OC® sole, engineered to eradicate unnecessary weight without any performance compromise.
With its 'Deep Forest' sole with Michelin® OC compound, its shinguard, the toe and heel microfiber stone guard and heavy duty waterproofed nubuck Leather Condor zip LCX is ultra -resistant.
Size and Fit
|Foot Size (EU)||39||40||41||42||43||44||45||46||47|
|Foot Size (UK)||6||6.5||7.5||8||9||9.5||10.5||11||12|
|Foot Size (US)||6.5||7||8||8.5||9.5||10||11||11.5||12.5|
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.