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EDSON MARINE
Leather Spreader Boot Kits

Protect your sails from chafe and tears with custom-cut andhand-stitched leather spreader boots laced around the spreadertip. Kits include pre-punched leather for a pair of boots, heavywaxed polyester thread for lacing, hand-stitching needle andinstructions. Blue-gray suede.
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Small Spreader Boots, 3-1/8" Circum., 1" Dia. 259237 1401-1
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$67.99

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Medium Spreader Boots, 6-3/4" Circum., 2" Dia. 259245 1401-2
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$82.99

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Large Spreader Boots, 9-1/2" Circum., 3" Dia. 265580 1401-3
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$99.99

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Protect your sails from chafe and tears with custom-cut andhand-stitched leather spreader boots laced around the spreadertip. Kits include pre-punched leather for a pair of boots, heavywaxed polyester thread for lacing, hand-stitching needle andinstructions. Blue-gray suede.

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5.0

Spreader Boots - Classic

By Mark

from Kemah, TX

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Comments about Leather Spreader Boot Kits:

I had these in service on my mast for 6 years in the Texas coastal sun and they worked great. After you sew them on they form nicely around the ends of the spreader. They turned firm as the leather dried in place. Removed them to service the rigging and found the leather in great shape but stiff. Going to clean and recondition with mink oil or like and leave dry then reinstall. Threads held up very well during service.

Better than the plastic boots I have used over the years. Only pain is sewing them on. You just have to thread the holes and tie the knots on the ends. Takes a little time but not difficult. Definitely a task to do when the mast is down. You don't need to pay a rigger just do it yourself.

They look classic.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels true to size
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  • Feels true to width

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