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Mid-high shaft leather boots, usually this kind can be found for either ridiculously high price or in shitty quality. Our boots are made in Estonia (EU) in the same factory that makes boots for the Norwegian army, which means these are pretty high grade.
To get it out of the way: these are not CE or DOT certified safety items for motorcycling. If you follow the ATGATT-school of thought, look for something else.
Practical features haven't been forgotten; why should good-looking boots be shabby, when they can be Proper Good? The thing is that the last and materials are the same as in the Norwegian M77 Combat Boots - these indeed come from the very same factory.
The direct-moulded sole has a good grip and longevity. The tread pattern is designed for good grip in rough terrain. When it wears down, a cobbler will be able to glue on more material. The attachment to the upper is ridiculously strong.
These boots have front lugs and a rear groove for use with ski and snowshoe bindings. Compatible bindings include army models as made by Asnes and Rottefella, to name a couple.
The leather type is also the tried-and-tested full-grain leather as seen on the M77's. It's a single layer design and can be treated weatherproof if needed. No lining, just wear as many pairs of socks as needed.
Although these are made first and foremost for so-called urban use, they actually work pretty well in hiking: grippy sole, military last, high shaft and the adjustment buckles all mean that you'll be OK when wandering off the trail too. Single-layer leather construction means these have at least a theoretical chance of drying if they happen to get wet.
As these are unpadded boots, there's lots of room for thick socks and an insole. Made according to the French / EU sizing system, but a recommended length of foot length is included to help you out.
Measure your feet by drawing the outline of your foot on a paper, then measure the distance directly from the big toe to the centre edge of the heel.
Included is a good pair of shock-absorbing insoles.
Made in EU (Estonia) by the same manufacturer that makes the M77 military boots.
Särmä is our own brand of clothing and equipment. When you buy Särmä you get purpose-built stuff at a decent price, something that will fill it's intended role well and not cost you an arm and a leg!
Särmä products are covered by a 12-month warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. For further information please read our detailed warranty guide.
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