What are the Aigle Chambord Pro Lady boots like?
These simple boots are handmade in France from soft, supple rubber and have a quick drying polymide liner. The thick rubber sole offers plenty of grip on a range of surfaces and ground. They’re available in sizes 2-8 and in colours brown or indigo.
Are the Aigle Chambord Pro Lady boots comfortable?
Quite big for size these boots are wide rather than fitted and very easy to slip on and off, despite a lack of kick spur. They’re very soft and flexible and the generous fit around the foot and calf makes them great for wider calves and for tucking in layers of thick socks and trousers in winter. They have a traditional look and are light and easy to wear.
Will the Aigle Chambord Pro Lady boots last?
The sole on these boots is very strong and hard wearing and they’re great for digging and for walking anywhere without fear of slipping and sliding over. The rubber feels long lasting and they’re well made, quality boots.
Are the Aigle Chambord Pro Lady boots good value for money?
These boots are comfortable and tough and come with a two-year warranty. They’re also quite a bit cheaper than other similar quality boots in our test and we think they’re excellent value for money.
What are the Aigle Chambord Pro Lady boots best for?
Great for slipping on and nipping into the garden for harvesting or a quick bit of weeding these are also ideal for wearing throughout the day and tackling tough digging tasks and hard landscaping. These are work boots rather than going out boots. They’re useful for everyone but particularly gardeners with wider calves.
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