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Muck Boot Chore Black Size 7 UK

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Muck Boot Chore Black Size 7 UK

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RRP: £100.00

Our Price: £85.00
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FREE BOOTBAG worth £14.99 with this boot
The Chore has helped hundreds of thousands of farmers, dog walkers, gardeners and outdoor workers stay dry and comfortable. Chore boots are capable of withstanding rough handling, they are strongly made and have additional heel reinforcements along with a steel shank for added support. The comfort features include a stretchable top band for a snug fit to keep out the cold, a generous reflective pull-on tab and a flexible upper which can be turned down to aid removal and to vent humidity.

Why choose the Chore?

- Fully lined in 5mm Neoprene CR Flex-Foam
- Breathable Airmesh lining for comfort
- Stretch-fit topline binding is snug around the calf to keep warmth in and cold out
- Steel shank for additional arch support
- Durable, lightweight and flexible
- Easy to clean rubber overlay
- Triple toe and quadruple rubber heel reinforcement
- Quick cleaning sole
- 100% waterproof from top to bottom
- Comfort Range Sub Freezing to 18 degrees

All Muck Boots are constructed using CR Flex-Foam with a natural rubber overlay. CR Flex-Foam is a self-insulating, buoyant, fully waterproof material which is typically used to make dry suits and survival suits for maritime use. This material is proven to provide excellent protection in cold, wet and muddy conditions. The soft, flexible CR Flex-Foam will stretch to fit virtually any calf girth. The flexible upper may be turned down to allow hands-free removal and to vent humidity in a warmer working atmosphere.

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