DIRT BOOT LACE UP WATERPROOF ALL TERRIAN WALKING/HIKING TREKKING MUCK BOOT B01MXK7QGO

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  • Model: B01MXK7QGO
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DIRT BOOT LACE UP WATERPROOF ALL TERRIAN WALKING/HIKING TREKKING MUCK BOOT
  • Original DIRT BOOT product. 900D lightweight nylon.
  • High Speed lace system. Velcro cross over strap ensures snug fit.
  • Outer Material: Synthetic
  • Inner Material: Textile
  • Sole: Gum Rubber
  • Closure: Speed-Laces
  • Heel Height: 3 centimetres
  • Material Composition: 80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Shaft Diameter: Large
  • Shoe Width: Regular
  • Cushioned EVA footbed. Wide cut heel base for stability.
  • Aggressive traction soles for better purchase in slippery environments. Slip and oil resistant. Windproof and Waterproof resistant.
  • 3M Thinsulate insulation. Breathable removeable in sole. Durable, Shock absorbent and lightweight.


Product description

The DIRT BOOT range of footwear has been designed to suit the lives of many people from fisherman sport and field sports enthusiast to farmers or simply just walking the dog. This ankle boot stands 8" tall and and will keep your feet warm in winter and cool in summer due to its cotton lining and full TPR "Stick Rubber" base construction. 3M ThinsulateTM insulation retains warmth and comfort while offering water resistance, the aggressive none slip self cleaning soles attached to the EVA mid-soles keep the user standing firm and maintain exceptional grip even on the most demanding surfaces. What is TPR?? Thermoplastic rubber (TR or TPR), one of the most common materials for making footwear out-soles, has been in use in the footwear industry since the 1960s. TPR is a form of synthetic rubber which is thermoplastic - meaning it melts into liquid form when heated and becomes solid when cooled. There are a number of reasons for its popularity as a soling material, not the least of which is its ease of molding. As a thermoplastic it is readily injection and molded to form out-sole units, typically at a temperature of around 180 °C. Just a couple of minutes later the TPR will have solidified and the out-sole can be removed from the mold. Other advantages include: slip resistance of TPR solings which is superior to almost every other common soling material; flexing resistance is also very good, performing particularly well at very cold temperatures; it can be made in a wide variety of colors, even translucent; good adhesion strength to upper/mid-sole materials can usually be achieved, if the bonding surface is properly pre-treated using halogenation - a process which adds chlorine to the polymer structure.