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Childrens Aigle

Aigle Childrens Fur Lined Snow Boot Black And White
Aigle Childrens Fur Lined Snow Boot Black And White
  • Model: 24539
  • Manufactured by: Aigle

Price:   £29.00  £20.30

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Aigle Giboulee Fur Lined Wellington Boots Black

The Aigle Giboulee Childrens snow boot  boot is one of the most practical kids wellington boots there is... keeping their feet warm and dry!

Very easy for kids to slip on and off

Fur lined for warmth

Lace up quilted upper keesp snow out of the boot

HIgh quality rubber with high latex content for durability

avaiable in sizes EU 25 EU 38

Warranty  

 

The Aigle Giboulee are covered by a 12 month warranty fair wear and tear warranty against manufacturing defects.  The warranty does not cover wear and tear or any damage caused by objects, thorns and other items that could puncture or damage the boot. 

If you do feel that your Aigle wellingtons do have a manufacturing fault then please do contact us via sales@easy-wellies.co.uk.  Please include your order number if possible or your name and address and a short description of the problem.

 

Care Instructions

Aigle Giboulee are made from high quality natural rubber.  The rubber need very little looking after however if you do follow these very simple instructions then they will last a lot longer

Cleaning

Wash the outside of the boot with clean water after use to remove any soil.  This will keep the boots in good condition and will prevent the acids and alkalies which are naturally in the soil from attacking the rubber.

Storage

Store your Aigle Woody Pop in a cool dark place out of direct sunlight. The UVB light in the sun will attack the natural rubber and shorten the life of the boot

Current Reviews:

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 September, 2011.