Men's Rugged Winter Boots

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  • Regular 253
  • UK:

    (US: 8) 8
  • UK:

    (US: 9) 9
  • UK:

    (US: 10) 10
  • UK:

    (US: 11) 11
  • UK:

    (US: 12) 12
  • UK:

    (US: 13) 13
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Men's Rugged Winter Boots
Men's Rugged Winter Boots
Men's Rugged Winter Boots
Men's Rugged Winter Boots
Men's Rugged Winter Boots
  • Arctic Grey AG7
  • Black BLA
  • Teak Brown TBW
The boots that make light of winter
When heavygoing wintry conditions prevail, you'll be glad of these lightweight walking boots. From the moment you step outside you'll be footsure thanks to the legendary traction, stability and endurance of Vibram® rubber soles. Foam midsole construction reduces weight considerably, while the fleece lining and 400-gram Thermolite® insulation work to conserve warmth from within. Suede/mesh combination uppers add a rugged hiker-boot aesthetic.
  • Rugged-yet-lightweight winter boots
  • Vibram® rubber soles offer superior grip on all surfaces, with very little weight
  • Soft, warm polar fleece lining
  • 400-gram Thermolite® insulation
  • Suede upper with polyester mesh inserts
  • Weather-friendly gusseted tongue is padded for comfort
  • Foam-cushioned midsole and footbed

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    What is the best way to keep the rugged winter boot cleaned and 'polished'?
    Asked on 10/19/2017 by Richard from Reading

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    • Staff Reviewer


      Thank you for your enquiry.
      Firstly, make sure the boots are dry. Then use a suede brush to brush off any dirt. If the stain is wet, use a cloth or paper towel to pat dry. For water spots or scuffs, gently rub an eraser over the affected area. For real stubborn stains you can use a suede cleaning product or white vinegar. Simply apply a small amount to a damp soft cloth. Rub on the stain until it is gone. After the stain has been removed, blot the area dry with a dry cloth or paper towel. Once the boots are dry, brush the nap and they'll be as good as new.
      You can also pre-treat the boots with a waterproof spray which can be readily purchased.
      I hope this helps.

      Answered on 10/20/2017 by Elly from Lands End
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