winter rubber boots


Most of the models use conventional model including the same wall thickness. We decided not to lower the manufacture costs and we decided to make the boots walls 10% thicker in some parts compared to traditional models. There are many reasons for it. Our boots sole is stiffer so your feet do not suffer in case of any undulation. Thicker boots mean that they are more isolated which you will value mainly in winter months. We have also stiffened the part protecting the shin and the toe part of the boots in case you are walking in the ground or terrain where there are many branches so it will not hurt you when walking through.

The boot itself has a slightly narrowed shape which means that there is less heat escape during winter as well as it makes it more pleasant to walk as your foot does not “run” away in the boot. There is no need to worry about worse taking on or off the boots, we thought about those who have difficulties with bending down. Above the heel there is a bulge, so called a spur, where you can simply force by the other foot and subsequently take the boot off easily.

And why BRONTO? We got inspired by an ancient animal significant for its durability, resistance and perfect ability to adapt to any conditions. That is the reason why we named our boots BRONTO, as it does not matter whether there is -40 C outside, or whether you walk in the forest, or you are fishing. Delphin BRONTO is here so that you have 100% comfort of your legs.

The inner felt lining will perfectly fit inside and increases the warmth as well as the user’s comfort. The relief of the sole is a very diversified with significant ending which guarantee perfect adherence at any weather conditions. Additionally, some endings have a very dense structure adds to its stability on icy areas.

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Till next time …

Author: Marina Kropec

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