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Icelander 2.0, Black | Winter work boots with removable felt liner
Icelander 2.0, Black | Winter work boots with removable felt liner
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Juliette, Marine | Women's Ankle Rain Boots
Juliette, Marine | Women's Ankle Rain Boots
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Ocean, Blue | 15'' Professional Fishing PU Work Boots
Ocean, Blue | 15'' Professional Fishing PU Work Boots
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Park, Grey & Black | Women 11'' EVA Rain Boots | Ultra Lightweight

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How to choose your rubber boots?

Choosing the right rubber boots is essential to ensure both comfort and protection, whether you're working in wet conditions or enjoying outdoor activities. It's important to consider several criteria, such as:

Boot height

The height of rubber boots is essential, influencing the level of water protection and comfort. High boots are preferable for working in areas where water and mud are present in large quantities, providing superior lower-leg protection. For activities requiring greater flexibility or in less extreme conditions, opt for mid-high or low rubber boots, which offer greater freedom of movement. The ideal height depends on the working environment and the specific conditions you'll be facing.

Size

Choosing the right size for your rubber boots is crucial for comfort and stability. A well-fitting boot prevents chafing, while accommodating thick socks in cold weather. Check that your boots leave enough room to move the toes without being too big, to prevent the foot from slipping inside.

Comfort

Whether it's rubber boots for outdoor activities or work, comfort is one of the most important criteria when selecting your pair. Good rubber boots are designed with comfort in mind, incorporating removable, shock-absorbing PU foam insoles for lasting wellbeing. Lightweight and slip-resistant, they guarantee comfortable protection all day long.

Do we sweat in rubber boots?

Wearing rubber boots might seem to lead to excessive foot perspiration. However, quality design transcends this concern. Our boots are specifically designed with antimicrobial-treated breathable linings, guaranteeing optimal air circulation to reduce interior humidity. This innovation ensures that your feet stay dry and comfortable, even during prolonged use.

How to care for your rubber boots?

To ensure that your rubber boots remain in perfect condition and continue to serve you faithfully, careful maintenance is crucial. After each use, clean them with lukewarm water and mild soap to remove mud and debris. Then dry them in the open air, away from direct sources of heat to avoid warping.

What are the different uses for rubber boots?

Rubber rain boots

Rubber rain boots are essential for comfortably navigating through the rain, keeping feet dry and safe from puddles and slides. Designed with total waterproofing in mind, they combine style and functionality. Their 100% waterproof, super-strong structure and non-slip soles make them perfect for everyday use.

Rubber boots for hunting

Rubber, Rubber/Neoprene, EVA or PU (polyurethane) hunting boots are designed to offer both discretion and protection in often unpredictable natural environments. They are generally reinforced to resist puncture by branches or stones, and feature grippy soles for added stability on slippery or uneven terrain. Their waterproofing is essential for crossing wet areas without compromising comfort.

Rubber work boots

Work boots in rubber (natural or synthetic), PU (polyurethane) or PVC are essential for professionals working in wet or dirty environments, offering protection against water, chemicals and slip hazards. The design of these industrial boots prioritizes durability, good grip and often additional safety features such as protective toe caps and anti-perforation soles, guaranteeing user safety and comfort.

Rubber fishing boots

Designed for fishing enthusiasts, these boots combine waterproofing, durability and comfort for long hours in the water. They often are equipped with insulating linings to keep feet warm, even in cold water, and special soles offering excellent grip on wet or slippery surfaces. Their resistance to salt water and odors is also an asset for anglers concerned about keeping their equipment in good condition.