|Price:|| £108.38 £278.18
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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 boots adapted to all calves and is manufactured by hand in France
- Gusset: Waterproof and adjustable
- Outer Material: Rubber
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Pull-On
- Heel Height: 1.2 centimetres
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 49.5 x 30.99 x 10.49 cm; 1.81 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 3 Aug. 2012
- Manufacturer : Aigle
- ASIN : B008SC1X2Q
- Item model number : 84228
- Department : Unisex
- Best Sellers Rank: 5,219 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- 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. With their adjustable tabs and gussets, these boots fit snugly to your legs. 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.Weight 2190 grams.Shoe upper height : 40 cm, Calf depth : 41 cm.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 January 2019
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These wellies were initially impressive: very comfortable and flexible to walk in and roomy enough for an extra pair of socks in winter. I used them daily during the winter months for walking the dog - so that would be a total daily mileage of around five miles. From May onwards the fields had dried up and I stopped using the wellies and wore summer footwear. In September, out came the wellies and I found they had splits in both sides, where the foot flexes when walking. Exactly the same as the first pair I had first time. I think there must be a manufacturing fault. Certainly they’re not worth the price.
The sizing is off. I am a standard uk size 6/ eu 39 with wide feet, so as there’s no size 6 I got the 6.5. In order I don’t float around in these I’ve had to put in thick insoles and I wear very thick walking socks. That’s fine as I bought these for winter wear.
The calves are huge, so even on the adjustable tightest fit I have to wear leg warmers over my jeans just to make them a reasonable fit. I’m not skinny, just average sized, so these wellies are truly generous!
There is a seam down the back of the heel which catches on me in the right hand boot. I can feel it through thick socks and leg warmers. I did not expect ANY rubbing from such expensive wellies.
These boots are very warm! Though of course that might be due to the layers I need to wear to make them fit!
The boots look fab!
The foot base is extremely comfortable and I reckon you could wear them all day without having achy cold feet.
In conclusion: if you have fat feet and huge calves then these are definitely the boots for you!
If you don’t, then think carefully about spending this amount on wellies which, whilst they look great, are well, just wellies!
I’ve got them now but I wouldn’t get them again.