Juv JR is a comfortable, lightweight and stable children’s boot developed specifically for hikes and play in varied terrain. The boots keep the feet dry and blister free on both long and short walks. Alfa’s new outer material, Alfa-Air™, offers great breathability and low maintenance, while GORE-TEX® adds waterproofness.
Alfa Air™ consists of two laminated layers. The outer material is perforated microfiber: maintenance free and extremely durable. The second layer can be varied to provide product specific features, such as added insulation, elasticity or breathability.
With breathable, wicking materials, the Performance Comfort technology is designed to maximize end-use comfort in a wide range of conditions and outdoor activities. The Performance Comfort technology is mainly found in Alfa's Mountain, Hiking and Hunting boots.
An anatomically designed insole in EVA. The foam construction provides shock absorption, comfort and relief for tired feet. The antibacterial surface prevents odor.
This moisture absorbent l-board with insulation features, keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
Rubber is not just rubber. Great traction is our priority when selecting the perfect rubber blend for our boots.
A lacing system consisting of either hooks, rings, webbing, eyelets or a combination of these and one pair of lock hooks.
Designed specifically for children's feet, with a tight ankle fit and a spacious toe box. The round heel shape reduces the risk of blisters. Alfa's JR-last has room for an extra pair of socks on cold days, without compromising toe mobility.
A elastic gaiter at the collar is a great feature that keeps out debris.
Reinforcement around the complete lower part adds durability and increases life span.
Provides the opportunity to easily hook together or hang up the boots.
Alfa laces are impregnated to prevent water absorption.
Place a paper close to the wall and with bare feet place the foot on the paper, with your heel to the wall. Since it is important to stand up straight, preferably have someone help you draw a line in front of the longest toe. Remember to measure both feet as they might not be identical. With a ruler, confirm the measurement in centimeters and add additional space according to the list below.
Hunting and Hiking
Note that this method is purely intended as a guideline.