Sturdy boots designed to last over time
Our SIBIR 300 hunting ankle boots, flexible and waterproof, consist of a multi-layer natural rubber upper (providing resistance to scratches and perforation from vegetation), an instep and a 100% rubber sole. This means you can comfortably wait in position on a driven shoot or walk in lowlands or forests with rough terrain, even in the face of dense and aggressive vegetation such as brambles, gorse and other thorny plants.
Boots with insulating neoprene lining designed to keep your feet warm
Because we always have the comfort of hunters and shooters in mind, our engineers have created these warm boots. The goal? Protect your feet from the damp and cold thanks to the 4mm neoprene lining. Whether you are actively hunting alongside your dogs in search of woodcocks, pheasants, partridges, rabbits and other small game, or on a big game drive, your feet remain protected so that you can enjoy your passion comfortably.
Shock absorption in the heel: an innovative system for walking
This design features the Cushion System: simply put, it is a process that effectively absorbs shocks when walking. How? Thanks to the cushion built into the heel. Your foot feels fewer impacts and suffers less fatigue: The CS helps to protect your foot by absorbing and distributing forces of impact. This means you can walk further in comfort, all with the benefits of a light, dynamic step.
Other beneficial properties of these hunting boots
This design is shorter than a conventional boot and comes with a 4mm insole, which is anti-bacterial and absorbs perspiration. It also features wide 5 mm studs, with grooves for a better grip and to prevent mud build-up as you walk. Practical and easy to slip on/off, the mid-high upper is designed with a rear boot puller. You may also wear absorbent socks with these boots to regulate sweating
A great product when comes the drop in mercury
These comfortable and easy-to-wear boots provide good insulation from the cold when temperatures drop in autumn and winter. Ideal for drives in lightly flooded areas (groves, plains, etc.), it is generally preferable to take a size above if you want to wear a pair of thick socks with these boots.
We know you can't wait to try out these boots. To keep them in good condition, clean after each use with water and/or Ph neutral soap (avoid using hard brushes or abrasive sponges). Then wipe them with a cloth or leave them to dry in a well-ventilated place away from heat sources. Store upright and not folded to avoid the rubber wearing down or cracking at folds.
How to protect your boots
To protect your rubber boots all year round, we recommend using a silicone-based spray on the shaft a few times a year (boot restorer spray available on the website). The silicone creates a protective layer between the outside and the rubber, making it is possible to extend the lifespan of the product. Store away from humidity, preferably in a dry, well-ventilated place.
Additional information by size: weight per pair, total height and internal height of the boots
39: 1.35kg; (total height. : 27.5cm; int. : 23.5cm)
40: 1.42kg; (total height. : 28cm; int. : 24cm)
41: 1.48kg; (total height. : 28.5cm; int. : 24.5cm)
42: 1.56kg; (total height. : 29cm; int. : 25cm)
43: 1.63kg; (total height. : 29.5cm; int. : 25.5cm)
44: 1.69kg; (total height. : 30cm; int. : 26cm)
45: 1.79kg; (total height. : 30.5cm; int. : 26.5cm)
46: 1.86kg; (total height. : 31cm; int. : 27cm)
Calf circumference on EU size 42: 41 cm