Wet, cold, dirt, manure - stable, yards, fields: there is almost no other sector that demands so much flexibility and functionality from humans and materials. Work boots have now become a permanent part of the agricultural sector. The shaft must be high and the material resistant, but they no longer need to be typical yellow wellingtons. Neoprene is now becoming very popular. The
neoprene special work boots Fides are excellent examples of flexibility in various environments. This outer material made of breathable 5 mm thick neoprene can withstand temperatures of up to - 20 °C and is also 100% watertight. The anti-slip sub-structure with a good grip is partially resistant to manure, fertilisers and cleaning agents. Even if the demands made of the boots are not that extensive, some factors still need to be taken into account before buying a Wellington boot.