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Bari Prostock Senior Boots

Bari Prostock Senior Boots

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Bari Prostock Senior Boots

  • ITS ALL ABOUT THE TOE - Rubberized, performanced toe cap design for an authentic look and feel
  • NONE OF THAT GLUED NONSENSE - Hand sewn, solid welt construction.
  • DESIGNED TO KEEP THE ELEMENTS OUT - 100% Water resistant outer shell.
  • BUILT FOR COMFORT - Removable footbed liner.
  • THE SOLE OF A CHAMPION - World class Vibram outersole.
  • SURE FOOTED FIT - Built on anatomically correct last for a true fit.
  • COLD RINK, WARM FEET - Fully insulated with 200 grams of famous 3M Thinsulate.
  • SIZED TRUE TO SHOE SIZE

Bari Hockey Boot Sizing

= True to U.S. Shoe Size

Order Bari Boots in your equivalent Men's / Boys' U.S. Shoe Size

Bari Prostock Senior Boots
$69.98
By Scott from Naperville, IL on January 6, 2014
Are these boots still being made? I can't find size 11.5 anywhere.
By Customer Service on January 6, 2014

Answer:
Unfortunately, this model is no longer being manufactured so we will not be restocking it.

By Joe from Snoqualmie, WA on November 13, 2013
I usually wear a 4E shoe. Are these decently wide boots?
By Aaron at HockeyGiant.com on November 13, 2013

Answer:
The toe area is a bit wider, but with every foot being different, it's difficult to say whether these would be wide enough for you.

If they don't fit, we would be happy to refund you the full purchase price. There are no restocking fees.

By Rob from Red Hook, New York on November 13, 2013
Where are they made?

By A from n.y. on June 17, 2013
Are they a leather boot or a synthetic leather?
Are they lined with Leather or fabric?
By Customer Service on June 18, 2013

Answer:
The shell is synthetic material and the liner is made of a microfiber type of material.

By Brad from ohio on November 13, 2013
is the toe cap a hard plastic cap like on a skate

By Aaron at HockeyGiant.com on November 13, 2013

Answer:
The toe cap is rubberized, not plastic

By B. from Tampa, FL on September 22, 2013
I've heard that the boots are NOT true to size with respect to your US shoe size. Rather, I've heard the boot runs a 1/2 size larger or more. That said, what would you recomend for an 8.5 US shoe size?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 26, 2013

Answer:
8.0 or 8.5 will provide the best fit. Depending on your current shoe brand, you may find that ordering 1/2 size down from your shoe size provides the best fit or you may find that your shoe size of 8.5 provides the best fit. They do run slightly large according to most people, but then again, boots tend to run a bit larger than running shoes in general. I would recommend 8.0 if you want a snug fit.
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 26, 2013

Answer:
8.0 or 8.5 will provide the best fit. Depending on your current shoe brand, you may find that ordering 1/2 size down from your shoe size provides the best fit or you may find that your shoe size of 8.5 provides the best fit. They do run slightly large according to most people, but then again, boots tend to run a bit larger than running shoes in general. I would recommend 8.0 if you want a snug fit.

By B. from Tampa, FL on September 22, 2013
I've heard that the boots are NOT true to size with respect to your US shoe size. Rather, I've heard the boot runs a 1/2 size larger or more. That said, what would you recomend for an 8.5 US shoe size?
By Aaron at HockeyGiant on September 23, 2013

Answer:
It's hard to determine exact sizing when the vast majority of the population can fit or owns multiple pairs of shoes in different sizes for various reasons.

I would select the size that fits closest to your running shoe. My dress & causual shoes are US10.5, but my running shoes are US10.0. My foot fits well in a 10.0 Bari Boot, but if I really wanted to, I could probably squeeze into a 9.5. They would be tight at first, but after breaking them in, they would fit fine.