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Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots
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Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Jalkineet

Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots

Price 59.99 USD excluding sales tax

Spare felt lining pair for Nokian Naali winter rubber boots. Perfect for long treks in the wilderness. Keep your feet warm when drying the sweaty linings by the campfire. Or replace the old pair that has seen heavy use for many years.

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Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.
Nokian Felt Lining for Naali Rubber Boots.

Spare felt lining pair for Nokian Naali winter rubber boots. Perfect for long treks in the wilderness. Keep your feet warm when drying the sweaty linings by the campfire. Or replace the old pair that has seen heavy use for many years.

Features

Color: dark gray. The material is thick and warm felt (90% wool and 10% polyester). Each lining comes with a loop for hanging to dry. The weight is 210 g (7.4 oz) per piece (size 43 / US 10). Wash by hand at 30 degrees Celsius (86°F). The package includes one pair, so exactly what you need for one pair of Naali winter rubber boots.

Just to clarify, Nokian Naali boots come with felt linings. So, you don’t need to buy these to turn them into winter boots. However, if you stay overnight in the wilderness, it is sensible to carry an extra pair. And by exchanging the linings when the old ones wear out, you extend the lifespan of your boots a lot.

Sizing

The sizing is identical to Nokian Naali sizing. So buy the size 43 linings for the size 43 boots. The sizing is fairly ample, so you will fit a thicker sock when you go with your usual size.

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17.10.2023 ⚠ Unverified purchase
Paras juttu sitten leikatun leivän otettuna mukaan talvisiin intin hommiin ja käytettynä valtion linttaan poljettujen huopavuorien sijasta! Halkio tekee pukemisesta kätevää ja korkea varsi lämmittää myös pohkeita.
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25.11.2023 Verified purchase
If you were looking to get an extra set of size 38/5.5 liners sometime around the 19th of November 2023, you were probably out of luck. That was because they were so good, that I just had to buy the last two pairs.

I have a longer review of the Nokian Naali boots on that page, but for the liners specifically, let me start out by saying that Nokian does not lie when they say these are 90% wool. I did a burn test, and the flame extinguished itself fast, plus it smelled just like the time my hair caught on fire (or times...plural).

The wool itself is thick and warm, and also quite snug, even with a single pair of merino socks underneath. It's incredibly moisture-wicking; after just a little bit of wear, I found the inside of the liner almost completely dry, and the outside, a little damp. Still a good idea to have multiple sets of these around; at least one other, but ideally two for a longer trip to keep the rotation effective.

There have been some concerns, for example, posted on Varuste.net about how the liners fall apart, but this seems to be an issue mostly relegated to sizes 42 and above. If that's a concern for you, I suggest using liners from a different company, or adding reinforcement stitching, especially around the heel. Either because I'm wearing a smaller size, or because I'm a wuss who doesn't do ~ real ~ outdoorsman stuff, this has not been an issue for me.

Also on Varuste.net was a complaint that the liners for the 38 didn't fit, and bunched up at the heel. Yes, it does in the beginning, but after a few minutes of walking, the motion of your heel in the boot eventually sets the liner straight. And the little lumpiness in the beginning isn't that uncomfortable for a few minutes anyways.
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