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Boot Liners Done Right
The Quilted Wool Felt Boot Liner offers durable cushioning and sweat-free protection against extreme cold. Each liner is made with a blend of wool and synthetic fibers, Thinsulate™ and Cambrelle™, which allows it to withstand temperatures as cold as -40° C/F. The 5mm thick body is sewn together in a quilted finish and features a Naugahyde heel for extra protection against wear and tear. Please note that this replacement liner is sized for boots with existing removable liners and may not fit boots with permanent lining. Liners are unisex and do not come with a left or right foot orientation. The felt will compress and conform to feet over time ensuring a comfortable fit. Please see our sizing specifications to ensure the right fit for your boot.

*Note: Since our material comes from free roaming sheep, slight variation of the fiber may occur due to vegetable matter and other debris found in the coat. Although felt is washed and carbonized, this variation is normal and a sign of the 100% natural origin of the material.

Content: 1/8 inch Gray needle felt (80% wool blend, 20% synthetic fibers), Thinsulate™, Cambrelle™.
Style: Short Boot (approx. 10” high).
Quantity: 1 pair.
Thickness: 5 mm.
Features: Quilted finish and heel reinforcements.
Benefits: High-performance cold protection, durable cushioning, and sweat wicking.
Recommended Footwear: Hoffman Boots, Columbia Stuttgart Hunting Boot, Columbia Midnight Hunting Boot, Itasca Swampwalker II Mens Insulated Boot, Columbia Willamette Hunting Boot, Proline Hidden Trail 2 Camo Boot, RedHead Bone-Dry Hobbs Creek, All Redhead Fishing Boots and White Creek Fishing Boots. Note: this bootliner does not fit LL Bean style boots.

Men's (US/Canada) Women's (US/Canada) Foot Length (cm)
7 8.5 25.5
8 9.5 26
9 10.5 27
10 11.5 28
11 12.5 29
12 13.5 30
13 14.5 30.5
14 15.5 31

To use our sizing guidelines:
1. Place your feet flat on a piece of paper and mark your longest toe and the back of your foot. It’s best to do this standing and wearing winter socks.
2. Measure the length (cm) straight from your longest toe to the back of your foot using a ruler or measuring tape.
3. Use the chart to find your size.

*Please note that this chart is a guideline and liners may have a +/- 0.5cm tolerance.
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