Le Chameau Wellies And Boots - Complete Outdoors
Born in Normandy in 1927, Le Chameau is the name on the world’s finest Wellington boots. The only rubber boots to be hand-made by a single “maître bottier,” each pair of Le Chameau wellies is unique. In the highest quality materials and with a range of iconic and innovative styles, Le Chameau is dedicated to delivering years of satisfaction to the wearer. Le Chameau wellies can keep your warm, even when temperatures are as low as minus 25 Centigrade. Recommended products - Jersey lining up to to zero Celsius, Leather lining to -5C, and 3mm Neoprene to -15C.
Le Chameau Chasseur Cuir Wellington Boots. Used by shooting circles since 1970. This boot was the first to offer an adjustable fit, suiting multiple calf sizes. Merging comfort and tradition, this kevlar reinforced boot will perform no matter what....more
Le Chameau Country Vibram Wellington Boots Vert. These hardwearing boots are hand crafted out of double density natural rubber. Alongside their vibram sole these boots can perform no matter what the weather or terrain. With decades of experience these...more
Le Chameau Vierzon Jersey Wellington Boots Vert. Performing under pressure since 1965, this iconic boot has got everything you will need out in the fields. After decades of improvements this boot has functionality and style.
Le Chameau Vierzonord Wellington Boots Marron. A 3mm Neoprene lined boot, keeping you warm since 1965. Not only keeping you warm, this boot offers you protection and grip with its shank plate and grip sole. Perfect for a mixture of terrains when you need...more
Le Chameau Vierzonord Wellington Boots Vert. A 3mm Neoprene lined boot, keeping you warm since 1965. Not only keeping you warm, this boot offers you protection and grip with its shankplate and grip sole. Perfect for a mixutre of terrains when you need...more
Le Chameau Country Fouree Womens Wellington Boots Noir. Offering superior comfort and warmth. This wool lined boot is perfect for your winter walks through your local wood. Used widely around Europe for winter exploration.