Men's Superflex Dinghy Sailing Boots
|Care||Hand Wash/Spot Clean/Air Dry|
|Warranty Details||One Year Limited|
These boots were made for walking.
Walking all over your competition that is.
If you're looking for a pair of boots that'll help you be quick on your feet at your next one-design or Portsmouth handicapped dinghy race, you've found them. Ronstan's Superflex Dinghy Sailing Boots are those boots. What makes us certain of that? Glad you asked. They're so ultra-lightweight they won't weigh you down. But don't think that's where their high performance utility ends. Pull them on and adjust the bridge strap tight across your instep. Now we're talking. Talking about security. And with their glide skin ankle seals, water doesn't have a chance to sneak inside. Speaking of inside, you'll find an internal toe separator that serves to enhance your stability and "feel" for your boat. On the ouside of their durable, reinforced neoprene uppers there is protection in the form of multiple layers for some of the most vulnerable parts of your feet—your heels, ankles and toes. Oh, and don't even get us started on how important the Superflex web rubber soles are for keeping you on your boat and out of the water. They offer a positive grip on dry or wet (like dinghy racers ever get wet) surfaces like the deck, your gunwale, even your crewmate's shoulders. Did we mention how Superflex Dinghy Sailing Boots are ideal for trapezing? Hey, don't just take our word for it. Strap on a pair of your own or sit there and notice which boots all those sailors are wearing that pass you like you're sailing a cement ship. Neoprene uppers. Rubber outsoles. Imported.
- Best for dinghy sailing
- Durable, ultralight neoprene uppers for warmth in mild climates
- Bridge strap adjusts for ultimate security
- Glide skin ankle seal minimizes water ingression
- Multi-layer padded heels, ankles and toes for protection
- Non-marking, Superflex web rubber soles for nonslip wet or dry grip
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