Men's Guide Gear® 7" Venatic 600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation Winter Boots, Realtree AP Xtra®

Item # WCM13-424171

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Guide Gear® Venatic Winter Boots, SAVE BIG!

Guaranteed to keep tootsies toasty! waterproof rubber shell keeps snow and slush out while the 600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation works to keep your feet warm.

Stomp cold:
  • Durable leather and nylon uppers are water resistant
  • Padded tongue and collar
  • Removable insole
  • Thermoplastic rubber shell.
  • 4 eyelets and 1 speed hook. Each approx. 7 1/2"h., 24 ozs.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Medium width. Half sizes, order the next larger full size. For winter work or play, you'll be happy you have these Venatic Boots. Act ONLINE Now!

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


Customer Reviews

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  1. 4 stars
    I wish I could have received correct size because boots ran the time I reordered they were sold out.
  2. 4 stars
    These run one size small. If you buy you'll want to buy a full size larger. Also these have a flexible sole so you do feel larger things like rocks and such so keep in mind if this is an issue for you. If you enjoy your foot packed into a warm pillow and like ankle support then these are what you are searching for. All around I do like these but could not rate a 5 since due to sizing issue and soft sole. I still am not able to determine if cold will radiate up through sole.
  3. 1 stars
    way under sized returned for larger ones .
  4. 1 stars
    ordered 3 sizes larger than I wear and still to small . they need to better size their footwear products for Americans , not using China as a pattern . I should know better than to order footwear from them .
  5. 3 stars
    Product looked good but when I tried them on they were too small (normally were a 9 but this was very tight). Should have paid attention to the previous review where they said they run small. Recommend anyone ordering to get a size larger then you normally wear.
  6. 4 stars
    purchased Guide gear 7" Venetic winter boots. ordered a size 10, they are a little toe tight,. but wide enough that it isn't uncomfortable. I suggest ordering a full size larger. The removable insoles were part of the problem with the toe tightness. I changed them out for some that I salvaged from my service boots from Afghanistan. still tight but not uncomfortable. good uniform seal around the sole and the upper,. rubberized toe and lower two inches of upper make it s decent medium duty boot.
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