Le Chameau – perfect boots for autumn days

Le Chameau have long been renowned for their excellent quality and styling. The 2013/14 collection of boots and wellingtons are no exception. With varying degrees of insulated lining, there is cotton, neoprene or leather to choose from. In exceptionally cold conditions, the Vierzonord Extreme, with 5mm neoprene lining and substantial wellington boot sole will provide incredible warmth in even the coldest of weather.

A new ladies boot joining the Le Chameau range this year is the newly styled Clan. The two tone green presents a modern twist on the classic Le Chameau olive green. This boot is particularly appealing to ladies who may have a shorter calf. As the Clan sits mid calf, this eradicates any chafing that may occur at the backs of the knee, as can sometimes be a problem with longer boots. Perfect wellingtons for the petite lady!

For general wear, the cotton lined boots offer a lighter feel. The range includes styles which incorporate a walking boot sole, making these boots perfect for Autumnal walks. The natural rubber used in the manufacture of Le Chameau boots offers a greater flexibility than conventional wellingtons, making walking in a pair of Le Chameau boots effortless. This comfort along with the grip of the Vibram sole ensures that a walk in a pair of Le Chameau is always a pleasure. The Country Vibram offers a cotton lining and walking boot sole, but if you require added warmth, the Country Vibram Neo provides just this. With a 2mm thick neoprene lining, the Country Vibram Neo is a great all round warm wellington boot.

Moving on from the rubber boots, we are proud to offer the Le Chameau range of leather boots. As an alternative to the rubber welly, the Jameson, Skadi and Vatna ranges are hand crafted from the highest quality leather. For a warm, stylish hardwearing boot, the leather range is hard to beat.

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Published October 3rd, 2013 by Davina. Article ref 1133

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