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Fleece Rain Boot Liners to Warm your Feet

Top quality fleece Rainboot Liners that will ensure your feet are cosy and warm all year round. They are worn as socks with the seam to the inside of your welly for ultimate comfort and can be rolled down over the top of the boots. They are fully washable and hard wearing
  • Fleece Rainboot Liners
  • No Uncomfortable Seams on Soles
  • Hard Wearing
  • Fully Washable

Customer Reviews

Based on 48 reviews
Sarah Phillips

Like the boots. Still waiting to return liners. Dissatisfied with their customer service. They offered discount code. They denied full discount due to sale price on liners. I want the promised discount AND an RMA to return the liners. All this back and forth is unnecessary if they would have taken care this issue at the time of the order. Still waiting . . .

Sandra Pinsonault
Wide calf boots

These are perfect!

Seattle Girl
Best boots ever!!

My new boots are super soft, comfortable to wear, and fit great. They're big enough to fit my calfs and still tuck my pants in! And the print is cute!!

Sodak girl
Fleece Rainboot Liners are toasty warm!

While I love the liners and they are super warm, soft, & cozy, they are a bit of a pain in the butt. There isn't a way to get them to stay inside the boot when you remove it. This is not a product defect, so I still give these 4 stars because they do what they need to do, I will just probably not use them a ton, but they are still good to have and a very decent price.

Cozy and warm!

I ordered these as sock size not shoe size and they fit very well (XL boot liner to women’s size 10 wide calf boot). They’re about as large as the boots, so they’re quite big in the ankle, but it makes the boots more comfortable since it adds some cushion between leg and any folds or movement in the rubber boot.

They fit over leggings and my regular socks, with room to spare over ankle and leg, but form fitting over my calves (22”).

These will be great in Pacific Northwest winters.