Men's Guide Gear® 10" Brushtough Waterproof 1,000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Hunting Boots, Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity® / Brown

Item # WX2-292368

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Guide Gear® 10" Brushtough WATERPROOF 1,000 gram Insulated Hunting Boots, SAVE BIG!

These adventure Boots do an admirable job of keeping feet toasty warm. They trap heat inside. Moisture-wicking insole. And create a barrier from the cold. The result is high thermal value. Oh, and they're waterproof, too, thanks to Guide Dry™ 100% waterproof construction.

  • 1,000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for warmth
  • Moisture-wicking mesh lining keeps 'em dry inside
  • Slip and oil-resistant rubber outsole
  • Toe and heel cap for extra abrasion resistance.

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4 stars
(15) 1-6 of 15 Reviews
  1. 4 stars
    THOUGHT QUALITY WAS POOR BESIDES GETTING SIZE I DID NOT ORDER
  2. 5 stars
    the boots kept me warm on the cold vermont days during the maple season thanks again sportsmans guide
  3. 5 stars
    I have only got to wear them a couple of times but they are nice.
  4. 4 stars
    These Boots Are Great (Guide Gear)For The Money Hope They Keep Selling Them Waterproof & Warm. Did Not Have Many Guide Gear Boots To Choice From In What I Wanted And Price. Bought Guide Gear Boots In The Past 1200 & 2000 Grams For Me And Grandsons Winter Hunting For Great Price. They Held Up Great.
  5. 5 stars
    Feel great... can't wait for hunting
  6. 4 stars
    Just got another 2 feet of snow in NW Wisconsin on top on 4 feet on the ground. We've just gone through over 30 days of below zero. The boots fit well and are as adverstised. Very warm and will be used heavily the rest of this long winter blowing and shovelling snow. Appear to be good quality and should last along time.
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