RACCOON FUR BOOTS (BLACK) WITH ZIPPERS
These raccoon fur boots with zippers are designed to face the Canadian winters. You can be sure that your feet stay warm, dry and comfortable in cold conditions.
- Black raccoon fur
- Zipper closing system
- Height including the sole: 12 inches
- Multilayer and removable lining
- Real leather details
- Exclusive Grenier injected sole, lifetime warranty
- This boot has been laboratory tested and its thermal heat has exceeded the maximum capacity of the device (-60 °C).
- Made in Canada
This exact model is also available in natural raccoon fur. Click here to check it out.
Also, make sure you take a look at all the varieties of fur boots we offer. You’ll find one to suit your needs, we guarantee it.
All of our fur boots, winter hats and mittens are handcrafted here, in Canada. Our team of seamstresses work hard to make the best product available on the market. We only use quality materials to make sure your boots will keep your feet warm for many winters to come. Some of our clients have worn the same Grenier fur boots for over 20 years!
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RACCOON FUR BOOTS WARRANTY
We are extremely proud to offer the best warranty on the market. To buy the authentic Grenier boot, make sure to always look for our name under the sole.
- Our resistant sole is life guaranteed
- The other components have a 5 years warranty
- Fire, excessive heat, snowmobile foot warmers and petroleum products can damage the sole of your boots. We take no responsibility for these damages
- Fur wear is not guaranteed
It is very important to keep your bill since we will honor our guarantee only on presentation of it.
When you first try the boots on, you may think they are too small. Remember that the inner lining is made of foam that will take the shape of your foot. So you should be tight but pain free.
Note that both boots are identical (no right or left foot). You can make an identification on the inside label of the lining (L – R) or simply cut the label off of the right foot, in order to distinguish the left boot from the right boot.