Bogs Mens Blaze High Olive Wellington Boot
Get Outside and make your own trail in these Bogs Blaze High Olive boot, work or play they are designed for you to go anywhere in comfort. They are 100% waterproof and made from durable hand-lasted rubber over 7 mm waterproof Neo-Tech insulation, they are suitable for temperatures down to as low as - 40°C. A very hard wearing boot that is ideal for anyone who spends lots of time in wellington boots.
They have self-cleaning deep lug outsole for optimal traction and are built on a European last with a wider forefront and narrower heel with a slight toe spring. The Max-wick lining helps instantly disperse moisture away from the foot to stay dry.
7 mm waterproof Neo-Tech insulation
2 mm MaxWick lining for warmth and ventilation
Self cleaning deep lug outsole
Comfort rated for sub-zero temperatures
Height 39 cm
Calf circumference 42.5 - 54 cm
Sizes adult EU 42 to 47
If you are unsure reference the above then please call 01189736905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for some advice
|Euro||UK||Internal Height||Calf Circumference|
|42||8||39 cm||42.5 - 54 cm|
|43||9||39 cm||42.5 - 54cm|
|44||10||39 cm||42.5 - 54cm|
|45||11||39 cm||42.5 - 54cm|
|46||11.5||39 cm||42.5 - 54cm|
|47||12||39 cm||42.5 - 54 cm|
The high grade natural rubber used in the Bogs classic wellington is makes sure that the wellington is hard wearing, light in weight and very durable.
The Bogs classic range of wellingtons are made using a full neoprene sock that forms the basis of the boot. The neoprene lining is formed using a sandwich of products that will keep the boot warm and durable. The Sandwich is made up of 3 key parts.
On the outside is a nylon fabric which protects the neoprene and aids the wicking of moisture that the foot produces as it perspires.
The main insulation is provided by the 7 mm Neo-Tech. This keeps the boot warm and is 100% waterproof.
The next layer is the patented MaxWick lining. This is 2 mm thick and is used in part for added insulation plus it has excellent wicking properties that remove moisture from perspiration as quickly as possible
All Bogs boots are fitted with their own branded treads that they have developed over many years. The treads are very hard wearing and offer a good grip for various conditions.
All Bogs Boots are covered by the Bogs 30 day customer satisfaction warranty and A 12 Month Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects!
Bogs guarantee that you will be 100% satisfied the the fit and comfort of your new Bogs Boots. For the first 30 days even if the boot has been used you may return the boot for exchange or refund.
After the 30 day period Bogs standard warranty takes over and this warranty guarantees that your Bogs Boots will be free from manufacturing defects. This warranty does not cover fair wear and tear and once the tread has worn out you should consider that the boots have reached the end of their useable life.
How to Care For Your Bogs Mens Blaze Wellington Boots
Please follow the simple steps below to maintain your Bogs Blaze wellies in top condition
Store rubber wellington boots in a cool place away from direct heat and sunlight.
Wash the outside of the boot after use with detergent free water
Dry your wellingtons on top of a radiator or other direct heat source
Do not use detergents to clean them
Do not store you wellington boots in the back of a car or greenhouse because the rubber will dry and start to perish
Rubber wellingtons that are used with animals will have a much shorter life than normal because of the acid in the animal waste that attacks the rubber. If you do need wellingtons for animal care then please look in the Working welly, Aigle or Bogs wellington boot sections.
Following the simple direction above will make sure that your wellington boots will last for many years
Fitting of a Bogs Wellington Boot
Bogs wellington boots are a little unique in the fit to the foot. Bogs build their wellingtons to have a tighter heel and bridge to the boot with a more open toe area. This can make the boot when new feel tight however because of the neoprene lining this soon relaxes and becomes a comfortable fit. The reason that Bogs design their boots in this way is to try and bring the heel of the boot up with the heel of your foot. This as you can imagine is very difficult to do in rubber footwear and although not as good as a walking boot it does manage to come quite close in replicating this action.
Trying your Bogs Boots on For The First Time
When you first put your foot in to the Bogs boot you should push your foot in quite hard ish. Once your foot is inside the boot you should make sure that you cannot fee your toes at the end of the boot. To test this walk around the house for a few mins letting the boot bed in slightly. Now check that your toes are clear of the end. Providing all seems ok you should now leave your Bogs boots on for at least another 20 minutes and try doing something more active than watching telly. We would suggest vacuuming the house or other similar indoor activity that will generate internal body heat. The reason we need you to do this is because feet swell when warm. You can now take your Bogs boots off now and relax. Could you feel your toe at the end of the boot, if no go to wearing them outside if yes call us on 01189736905.
Wearing Bogs Wellingtons outside.
Providing the Bogs boots were comfortable and not painful on the bridge then you can now take them outside. Go for a walk and start using them in the garden. Within 3 hours of use you should notice that the bridge of the foot now fits perfectly as the neoprene lining has relaxed to the shape of your foot. We think once you have purchased a Bogs boot you will not look back again, the boot is comfortable, durable and light. It is not the most stylish but it will be great for walking, standing on football pitches or just walking in the snow.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 12 March, 2012.