Aqualamb Boots Regular
- Height 8½"
- 100% Aqualamb™ water resistant shearling
- Made in Britain
- Sponge clean
- Double-stitched construction
- Leather heel patch
On wet-weather days, you can rely on our Aqualamb™ boots. Our trademarked shearling has been specially treated to deliver unbeatable water repellency to each hand-crafted pair. The rugged rubber outsole offers dependable traction underfoot, while the double-stitched construction ensures you'll be pulling this pair on for many seasons to come.
Available in dark brown for styling versatility, our Aqualamb™ boots come in regular H and Calf heights to suit your style.
These are also available in Men's sizes.
Product code: 2005
Made with 100% Sheepskin: There's a reason why we use sheepskin so much. This incredible material balances form with function, offering a chic look with lightweight insulation in the winter and temperature regulation when the warmer months roll around.
For these reasons and many more, we guarantee you'll be turning to this stylish investment time after time!
Please be aware that as sheepskin is a natural product, variances within the colour and texture of these products is to be expected.
Size & Fit
When trying on your footwear for the first time, it may feel very tight across your toes and instep. This is nothing to worry about, as within an hour or so of wearing, the boots or slippers will loosen off as the wool starts to bed down and mould to your feet. So do not order a size bigger than you usually wear, otherwise they will end up too big for you. If you know you are a half size – then we recommend buying the size down unless you regularly buy up a half size.
Sponge Clean With Wool Detergent
For styles which are sponge clean only, we recommend using our Celtic Wool Wash in cold water to gently remove any dirt or stains on your boots.
Always allow to dry naturally, away from all artificial heat sources.
Once dry, gently brush with our Multi-Purpose Suede Brush.
- Use fabric conditioner
- Use artificial heat to dry
- Dry in direct sunlight