Junior Edge Boot

Junior Edge Boot

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Product Description

Ideal for those wanting the flex and adjustability of a lace closure, the Edge Boot offers optimised grip and comfort with engineered flex zones and raised instep profile, perfect for use with hiking straps. Easy to slip on, with a lace closure system and wide adjustable ankle strap for additional support, they are constructed with 4mm Neoprene and blind stitched seams for maximum comfort and warmth. The textured reinforcement across the bridge help to protect against contact with foot straps while the wrap-around, non marking stiff rubber sole offers optimised grip wet surfaces. Ideal for all conditions, the Edge Boot is suitable for dinghy sailing, paddle and boardsports such as stand up paddleboarding and surfing. It depends on each individual, but we'd recommend wearing the Edge Boot in Winter temperatures between 48-59 degrees fahrenheit.

  • Ideal for:
  • Dinghy
  • Paddlesports

By following a few simple steps, you can help protect your rubber and neoprene footwear and maintain their performance. After every use, we recommend that you clean the exterior of your boots with a stiff brush and wipe with a wet sponge, leaving them to dry naturally. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place away from direct sunlight. Avoid extremes of temperature, especially sources of direct heat and sunshine. Please note that boat cabins and stowage lockers can be subject to significant changes in temperature. Should the inside of your boots become wet, you should thoroughly dry before use or long-term storage. Crumpled newspaper will help draw out moisture and can help speed up the drying time. Heat and a lack of abrasion can cause the outside surface of the sole to stiffen and become shiny over time. You can renew the rubber material with a grit paper or by regularly walking over rough surfaces such as asphalt or concrete.