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Since then Rock Rooster has strived to produce top quality footwear that protects your feet while keeping it comfortable.
Waterproof Membrane System, also keep the boots soft, breathable and dry.
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STEP 1: TRACE YOUR FOOT
Place a piece of paper on the ground. If your foot is bigger than a single sheet, make it two.
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1. For foot length, if you are in between sizes, always move up to the next size. For foot width. choose the width that you are closest to.
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