Haix Boot Cold Wet Weather, brown, B-stock

Haix Boot Cold Wet Weather, brown, B-stock

Price 118.99 USD 127.99 USD excluding VAT
Flat Rate Shipping to USA $9.99
Army surplus

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A one-off batch of 2nd grade Haix boots, these have only very slight cosmetic flaws. Sturdy, tough wet and cold weather boot with GTX membrane. Normally these would cost maybe sixty bucks more.

Solid no-nonsense heavy combat boots. Overall use of leather and the rather stiff appearance keeps your feet safe no matter what. British army model - these are made of especially tough materials for rough use.

  • Upper made of leather
  • Gore-Tex membrane for waterproofness
  • Cushioned rubber sole with added foot arch support
  • Rubber reinforcement going around the whole upper for better wear resistance
  • Spacious toebox
  • Not safety boots!

Obviously a top boot for the great outdoors, or a sure bet choice for everyday use during the less sunny seasons.

Size info

Sizes in the British system, with euro sizes in brackets.

Some people want to know the insole lengths of each size, so here you go. Measured my placing a tape on the insole and measuring the longest distance from the heel to the toe. Some different sizes seemed to use same insoles (which work OK) so we rounded the measurements in these cases a few mm here or there to reflect reality.

Brit/Euro sizeInsole length
3,5 (36)238 mm
4 (37)242 mm
4,5 (37)247 mm
5 (38)252 mm
5,5 (39)255 mm
6 (39)259 mm
6,5 (40)263 mm
7 (41)267 mm
7,5 (41)272 mm
8 (42)276 mm
8,5 (43)279 mm
9 (43)282 mm
9,5 (44)288 mm
10 (45)292 mm
10,5 (45,5)295 mm
11 (46)301 mm
11,5 (47)305 mm
12 (47)309 mm
12,5 (48)313 mm
13 (48)316 mm
13,5 (49)318 mm
14 (50)325 mm

Warranty

All HAIX footwear come with a one year warranty. The warranty will be handled by C.P.E. Sales Finland Oy - you will receive a warranty card with your HAIX boots, save it and our receipt. We do not handle international warranties or warranties for HAIX footwear that's not bought from us.

2nd grade

These just have some slight cosmetic flaws, otherwise they're good to go.

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Army surplus

Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.

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