The G1548 4-season EVA boot are made in Europe from high-density EVA. Its robust appearance with its massive lug sole that does not accumulate debris gives it the appearance of a rubber boot without the inconvenience of its weight. Indeed, its EVA construction gives it an extraordinary lightness! It will surprise you with its enveloping comfort.
Traction efficiency is achieved thanks to the design of the studs designed to perform in snow, ice, mud, rain or sand. Its 100% EVA design, lighter than leather, rubber and neoprene, helps absorb shocks while providing better support for the foot. You will continue your way without fatigue, step by step.
The 4-season EVA boot is designed to adapt to all seasons. For winter, replace the G1549 insole (included) with the removable thermal liners G1546 (not included). They will protect your feet from the cold, keeping you dry, while adding the enveloping comfort of a padded liner.
It will adapt to all your activities, such as snowmobiling, snowshoeing, fishing, on ice and in the river, hunting, walking, mountain biking, camping and more.
High density EVA uses air as an insulating agent. Micro-bubbles of air, trapped in the shell, thus create a high-performance barrier against the cold. As the hull is essentially composed of these micro air bubbles, this makes it an extremely light material. That’s why we chose it for our Green Trail boots. They will certainly be the lightest you will have owned (356g).
EVA is also an oil resistant antimicrobial material. It is therefore ideal as a replacement for rubber, which is not as resistant to this type of substance. Designed in Canada and manufactured in Poland, its quality surpasses that of its competitors.
CARE AND USE TIPS
Your boot deserves special care, store it in good conditions to preserve its characteristics. Above all, avoid subjecting it to intense heat, which could cause it to deform. To avoid deforming your boots, do not leave them directly under the sun or any other artificial source such as a window, a radiator, a hair dryer, a dryer…
Remove the liner after use to allow it to dry quickly. The accumulated moisture will then be expelled and the inside of your boot will dry more easily. Do not put your slippers in the dryer, this could degrade the insulation and your boot will lose performance. Shake well and let air dry.