Le Chameau Mens Vierzonord XL Wellington Boot

(BCB1672) PM ref: 872251

£161.95£180.00

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This is the XL version of the Vierzonord, with a calf width of approximately 43cm. It makes it perfect if you wish to wear bulky layers beneath, of if you have trouble finding comfortable wellies. Lined throughout with 3mm neoprene, it also provides first rate insulation against the cold and superior comfort when walking. The gusset and snap-fastening buckle design, exclusive to Le Chameau, eases entry into the boot and tightens around the calf. Practical features and technical materials make the Vierzonord the number one choice for British winters.

 

Key Features:

  • Wide calf design
  • 3mm Neoprene lining for warmth
  • Gusseted leg for easy fit
  • Footbed reinforcement for stability
  • Hard wearing sole
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    Neoprene lining

    Le Chameau has pioneered its use in country footwear. It is supremely successful due to the unique way it warms up quickly and prevents the loss of body heat. The lining works by trapping little pockets of air. Our neoprene lined boots are perfect for use in temperatures ranging from +15°C to -5°C.

     

    MANUFACTURER'S CODES:

    BCB1672 (Vert Vierzon Green) 872251

    CHAAW15 OCT17CHAM BF17CHAM MSS8LEC JUN18LC

    Read our blog for more about boot linings: Learn your linings!

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    XL welly boot size guide

    This item has a calf width of 43cm (approx). Please find below a handy EU to UK boot conversion guide, as they are also supplied in EU sizes:

     

    UK Sizes91010½111212½13
    Euro Sizes43444546474849

     

    The larger calf width version of the Vierzonord boots. The XL is 2cm approx. wider in the calf than the standard Neo's. More sizing info can be found on our GETTING THE RIGHT FIT BLOG

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