|Price:|| £66.68 £157.99
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|39||5.5 UK||39 EU||6 US||10|
|40||6.5 UK||40 EU||7 US||10.2|
|41||7.5 UK||41 EU||8 US||10.4|
|42||8 UK||42 EU||8.5 US||10.7|
|43||9 UK||43 EU||9.5 US||10.9|
|44||9.5 UK||44 EU||10 US||11.1|
|45||10.5 UK||45 EU||11 US||11.4|
|46||11.5 UK||46 EU||12 US||11.6|
|47||12 UK||47 EU||12.5 US||11.8|
|48||13 UK||48 EU||13.5 US||12.1|
|49||13.5 UK||49 EU||14 US||12.3|
|50||14.5 UK||50 EU||15 US||12.6|
- The first anti-fatigue boot and is manufactured by hand in France
- Lining: Polyester
- Outer Material: Rubber
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Pull-On
- Heel Height: 1.2 centimetres
- Package Dimensions : 49.2 x 31 x 11 cm; 1.81 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 15 Aug. 2013
- Manufacturer : Aigle
- ASIN : B009LNT2PQ
- Item model number : 84207
- Department : Unisex
- Best Sellers Rank: 7,569 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- 645 in Men's Sports & Outdoor Shoes
- Customer reviews:
With their tri-density rubber soles, Parcours boots offer comfort, allowing you to walk further without getting tired. The damping cushions in the heels act as return springs, resituating part of the energy used in taking a step. The fitted ankles hold your feet firmly. The insole is made from absorbent foam over Softex lined rubber. The polyester interior of the boot dries quickly. These boots are handmade in France using primarily natural rubber by one of the Aigle's master rubber craftsmen.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 January 2020
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I've worn these about fifteen hours a day for six consecutive days in the Somme-like conditions of Glastonbury and didn't have to think about them / my feet / soreness / blisters etc. at all. They served me brilliantly - I walked several miles a day through every different consistency of mud known to man and then felt fresh enough to dance till the early hours. The previous year my B&Q wellies nearly ruined my festival; my feet were in agony.
As well as festivals, my trusty Aigles have done me proud through hundreds of miles of forest/coast/trail walking and I've been totally dry, warm and comfortable the whole time. There's really no need for walking boots in the winter when you've got these.
They're expensive but I reckon they're worth it and they'll last years.
Other reviews said the sizing was generous and to order a smaller size, which I did, but they were way too tight. I then ordered half a size more than normal and they fit perfectly with thick socks. The exchange was no trouble.
Top Tip: Don't bother buying the Aigle Swipol spray to maintain them. It's literally just standard silicone spray in a different can for five times the price. You can buy silicon spray in any DIY or plumbing shop. It's currently available in Screwfix for about two quid.
One other thing - I think people in Hunter wellies look like clueless city-dwellers with more money than sense, following the herd and paying through the nose for a brand name. Do yourself a favour and get Aigle instead - you're paying for the craftsmanship not the label. Aigle and Le Chameau are classy!
EDIT [OCT 2021]. It's now 3 years since I wrote this review and I stand by every word of it. These wellies are still in fantastic condition and still as comfy as ever. It's actually been 4 years since I bought them and they've seen some pretty nasty conditions in that time and haven't always been well cared for, but they're showing no signs of giving up. Absolute quality!
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Consequently, I found myself in the market for a new brand of Wellington Boots and, after reading positive reviews, I decided on these from Aigle. They are brilliant! I have had mine for about three years and now my other half also has a pair. These are genuinely top quality boots that are still made by hand by craftsmen.
Mine are predominantly used for dog walking, so they are worn for several miles a day, every day of the week. They are very comfortable and perform as well after three years' use as they did when they were new. Even the soles still look they did when I first got them ... no signs of wear from the miles of walking in them at all.
At this rate it will be a good while before I need to buy a new pair of Wellingtons. but when that day comes, I will be going straight for Aigle again.
They do come up larger than your regular size - in fact a friend borrowed them for a walk and she is a size 6 - mine are a 4. This doesn’t bother me because of the design of the boot they don’t slip or rub and you can fit thick or welly socks in them however if you like your boots to be a snug fit I would suggest getting a size down.
After three years of constant use in mud, snow, ice and all weathers that the U.K. can throw at us they have never let me down but finally they have a small split down the back seam so I need to purchase a new pair.
Best boots ever, highly recommended!
I switched from the ‘C-Hunter’ boot many years ago after they started manufacturing them in China, and noticeably deteriorated in quality, and longevity (split after 6 months!)
Aigle is quality boot, which is comfortable to wear, not too ‘heavy’, and warm enough for cold days. They are a bit on the small side; I suggest going up 1/2 size.
My last pair only lasted 16 months, which surprised me, and I am hoping very much Aigle have not gone down the ‘Hunter’ road ... only time will tell on that.
They are slightly large but a pair of thick socks solves that. If you normally take a half-size in shoes, eg 10.5 UK then order a 10 and you will still have room for a pair of thick socks. Happy walking!