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Fleece Rain Boot Liners to Warm your Feet

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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

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Veronica LeBLanc
Fleece Rain Boot Liners

Absolutely love the fit and the comfort of these boot liners. They make the boots more versatile in colder temps. Only complaint is the availability for additional colors in the X-Large size.

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Pamela Deitchman

Fleece Rain Boot Liners to Warm your Feet

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Dorothy Cordochorea
Fit! Comfy! Warm! Yay!

The title says it all. These liners actually fit me, and they fit on me in the boot -- so relieved. They are also comfy and warm. I'm glad to have them, so my socks stay warm, clean and dry for use after I take off the boots.

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Halie
I LOVE THEM

These socks/boot liners are all I hoped and more! I purchased one pair a size up as I saw someone had suggested that with the extra wide calf- (I found I didn’t need the extra room, and there’s a little extra fabric in the toes but I don’t mind.) I also purchased a second pair in my shoe size and they are perfect! I’ve even worn them layered together in my boots for extra warmth, and by themselves as slippers! These things are so comfy and soft and wonderful- I need a pair in every color!!

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Sarah Phillips
Unhappy

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 . . .