About Quatro Boots

Dairy BootsQuatro Boots got their start in the wet, volcanic regions of New Zealand dairy country, where farmers needed to keep their grip on muddy hills. Now this world-famous footwear is available to hardworking dairy farmers in the United States!

Designed to hold up under a variety punishing agricultural conditions, Quatro Boots are fast becoming the work boot of choice for dairy producers nationwide.

Quatro Boots are hand-manufactured using 100% waterproof, natural rubber formulations. Other features include:

  • Removable 3mm innersole features open-cell foam construction and shock-absorbing pads for additional heel and arch support
  • Antibacterial, odor-resistant, moisture-wicking lining keeps feet dry and comfortable
  • Cushioned rubber midsole provides excellent arch support
  • Cupped rubber outsole distributes weight evenly
  • CR-foam 4mm insulation provides a comfort range of 10 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Full clad, UV-resistant natural rubber resists acids found in urine and manure
  • Anti-skid zones in the forefront and heel help prevent slipping on wet cement floors, steeps and ladders
  • Hardened rubber (or steel) toe cap and raise ribbing protect against heavy hooves and dropped equipment
  • Fitted, elasticized top bind keeps farm debris out
  • Fiberglass shank provides added stability
  • Six-month warrantyDairy Boots

Whatever your needs, Quatro Dairy Boots are a perfect fit!

  • Available in 13″ Calf and 16″ Knee height
  • Insulated and non-insulated styles
  • Men’s US Sizing: 5-15 (It is recommended that women choose a size 2 sizes smaller than their normal shoe size).
  • Also available in Steel Toe and Camouflage insulated styles

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