Men's Guide Gear® 6" Guidelight Waterproof 400 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Hunting Boots, Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity®

Item # WX2-292464

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Guide Gear® Guidelight WATERPROOF Insulated Hunting Boots. Our own weather-beating, money-saving boots, now in 2 different warmth levels. 


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Guide Gear® Guidelight Waterproof Insulated Hunting Boots hit the field with all the happy-hunting performance and none of the typical retail mark-up. Available with 400 or 800 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for maximum warmth, both featuring our proven GuideDry™ technology to create a waterproof, breathable barrier that won't ever give in to cold, nasty conditions.

A better Boot, a better price:
  • Durable nylon uppers
  • Step-softening removable cushioned insole
  • Aggressive rubber lug outsole
  • Rubber toe cap for added abrasion resistance
  • Rear pull-on tabs
  • Padded tongue and collar.
  • Lace front; 4 D-ring eyelets, 3 quick-lace hooks. Each approx. 6"h., 20 ozs.

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Built to exact specifications, Guide Gear® stands for dependability, long-lasting quality and unmatched value!  Guaranteed!

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 4 stars
    boots were ok but the insoles were of inferior quality replaced them with ones from my old shoes.
  2. 5 stars
    Great boots, fit is kind of smaller than size stated
  3. 5 stars
    The boots fit well, and at -13 below my feet were still nice and toasty, wish I could say the rest of me was that warm. Look forward to next hunt.
  4. 4 stars
    Very light boot even with the insulation. Obviously well made, the boot feels a little tight, but with wear I am sure they will loosen up. True to size length wise. Over all I am completely satisfied with these good boots at a great price.
  5. 5 stars
    Received this item just in time for opening day of deer season. Temperature was 16 degrees and there was 3-4 inches of snow and my feet stayed warm and dry!
  6. 4 stars
    fits ok. time will tell when I use them in the field.
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