Aigle Parcours 2 Vario Wellington Boots (Unisex) - Bronze (Dark Green)
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Manufacturer code: 84228 | Our code: 112844
Parcours 2: A boot inspired by specialist knowledge of walking and the fruit of two years' research and development. Parcours model with Adjustable Calf Width.
The Parcours boot first launched in 1996 has become synonymous with the Aigle brand, and for 2012 they have decided to take it to the next step.
- Triple density anti-fatigue sole - Optimal comfort and heel to to transition, shock apsorption and foot stability
- Dampening cushion sole - Shock absorption and energy return
- Cushioning system midsole - Comfort and foot stability
- Abrasion resistant outsole
- 360 degree high grip lugs - Energy management
- Forefoot grip
- 360 degree "paw"grip
- Shank for better stability
- Heel breaking system
- Energy absorption capacity is twice the European standard
* Please note: Some footwear may have packaging labelled with EU or US sizes. Please be sure to try the item on to confirm an incorrect size before returning.
|Lining||Polyester Knit Sanitised|
|Sole||Triple Density Anti-Fatigue Sole|
|Insole/Shank||Dampening Cushion In-Sole|
|Upper||Gomma Plus Natural Rubber|
Review by Paul Clark
Impossible to fault these boots. They have handled the thickest of bramble patches, blackthorn & god knows what else for more than two years—comfortably. Our two springer spaniels & our cocker would thoroughly recommend them. The OH has a pair of Le Chem's which are also a great boot but haven’t taken the same beating.
Review by Jez Bretherton
On my 2nd pair. Size 11, heavy wear.1st pair 47's too big = sock loss. Uppers split @ 3 yrs. 2nd pair 45 need tight fitting, profiled sock. @1 yr hole (1mm)& a split (6mm) in the heel sole, between the tread suck up water each time they flex. To be fair to Aigle, I looked carefully.Hole could have been a nail. The spit is clean,in a weird place no surrounding damage. Must be due to stress within the material. Warranty or glue?!
Review by Tim Smallman
I`ve had 3 pairs of these boots and just about to buy a 4th pair. I use them everyday for dog walking and cover approx 5 miles a day which equates to 1800 miles a year. Each pair has lasted about 5400 miles in total before the rubber starts to perish which is very good considering I walk in salt water every day. I was recommended to buy these by a farmer who is notoriously stingy when forking out money so I figured they must be good and so they have proven. Highly recommended.
Review by David S
I can't fault these after two years' use. Comfortable, completely waterproof, and they look good! It may be that I'm just fortunate with the way my feet are shaped, because I've not experienced the 'sock problem' reported by some other reviewers. Can't see the point of buying the neoprene-lined version as I just add thicker socks in colder conditions. I actually look forward to wearing these things, which is probably a bit weird come to think of it.
Review by Kevin St. Ledger
A good comfortable boot but have split between sole unit and upper at the heel - almost 3 years old expected better for the £170 outlay.
Review by Robin Mitchell
I bought expensive Aigle Parcours Outlast boots following rave reviews in Sept 2014. I treat them carefully and just use them to walk the dog daily on woodland walks in Winter. They split in less than a year above the instep and after repair using stormsure then failed just above the sole. Comfortable but not robust!
Review by Louise Murphy
I have found the light! I almost shed a tear when I slipped these wellingtons on. I suffered in a pair of leaky Hunters for 2yrs. Those years are now a distant, horrifying memory. One complaint I kept seeing about these boots is that they grip the back of your sock and pull them down to the balls of your feet with every step and soon you have no sock. I did feel this happening, but you just wear knee high socks. Sorted!
Review by Paul Beadle
Great boots and lining is not as insubstantial as might be thought reading the details versus other Aigle boots. Very comfortable, I am a size 9.5-10, got the 44's and they fit fine even with thick socks on.
Review by Delyth Leask
I too am on my second pair which has failed again where the boot meets the sole - both boots both pairs now ! Have really not worn them much at all and believe that there must be some manufacturing fault. Aigle seem happy with the quality of boots they supply and are unable to help with the second pair as they are outside the original warranty for first boots that failed and were replaced. Personally I expect more than 18 months wear when I spend £90.
Review by Johnny H
I agree with' Ian T': Paul Roberts was either exceptionally unlucky OR this is a dodgy review. Why anyone would think Hunters are even in the same game as Aigle, I don't know. Hunters are trading on brand name only; quality is rubbish. Le Chameau are a good alternative. Despite what we Brits think about our outdoor traditions, hunting and outdoor pursuits are a serious business in France and they make their outdoor kit to an excellent standard accordingly.
Review by Ian T
I've seen some negative comments about Aigle rubber boots, and I seriously have to consider whether or not they're deliberately placed. I don't wear mine every day, but after 5 years there's little sign of wear. My girlfriend's green pair have worn a bit after three years. Her brown pair, worn regularly, are hardly scuffed. Both of us mainly use them for country, woodland and farmland walks, so they get a fair hammering. P.S I found that Autoglym brings them up a treat.
Review by Paul Roberts
Recently returned the second pair of Aigle wellingtons. The first lasted a year before splitting. It’s good that Aigle have a two year warranty. The second pair lasted about 6 hours use before the insole started to peel away. It appeared to be lacking glue. Looked at Hunter Balmoral Neoprene and Le Chameau Vierzonord on the weekend. Both seem far superior quality to the Aigle – in practically every way. I certainly won’t be buying Aigle again. Premium price, poor quality.
Review by Dave Graham
Aigle parcours are among the best boots out there, forget hunters and seeland and the others im a relief milk who wears these boots day in day out 7 days a week and they should last years with most people. mine are 35% worn after 9 months as I have started milking on concrete floors. they're top boots most keepers and farmers will recommend these.
Review by John Greenhill
I've had 2 pairs of Parcours. Each time rubber on heel has totally worn to the base in months. Neither pair have got anywhere a years wear. This is a design fault which Aigle refuse to acknowledge ie the rubber on the heel is tapered to almost nothing. Cannot recommend on that basis. Which is a pity as not fault of Uttings whose service is outstanding or the boot in general which is also otherwise outstanding.