901 Short Yachting Boot
901 Short Yachting Boot

901 Short Yachting Boot

Mid-Calf Boot
By: Gill

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A short version of Gill's 909 version, but without the top closure. This is a good non-skid boot designed to stick on slippery wet decks. They'll keep your feet dry when out for a sail, or a rainy day of fishing, or when power washing the boat at the dock. They are inexpensive and easy to slip in and out of. Basically, a great all around deck boot.
• 100% synthetic rubber
• Removable cushion inner sole
• Non-slip, razor cut sole
• Reinforced heel and toe
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125345D/G 901-5 901-5Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 5Loading...
200350D/G 901-14 901-14Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 14Loading...
125346D/G 901-6 901-6Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 6Loading...
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125348D/G 901-7.5 901-7.5Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 7.5Loading...
125349D/G 901-8 901-8Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 8Loading...
125350D/G 901-9 901-9Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 9Loading...
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125352D/G 901-10.5 901-10.5Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 10.5Loading...
125353D/G 901-11 901-11Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 11Loading...
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125355D/G 901-13 901-13Loading...Short Yachting Boot, size 13Loading...
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Reviewed by1customer 
It will start to desinegrate within a few months., February 25, 2014
I had a pair, my friends had them. We will never ever buy them again. They are made out of some material that is not salt resistant, not UV resistant. They started to leak after approximately 10 times of use. They are ripping, pealing, cracking, leaking in about 4-5 months of very sparing use. I use them 1 to 2 times a month and store them inside when not in use. If something is made specialized for boating I would assume that it should last longer then any other sue that is not made for that purpose.
By MG from Seattle
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