Men's Guide Gear® Waterproof 1,000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation 15" Side - zip Boots, Mossy Oak®

Item # WX2-165187

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WATERPROOF Guide Gear® 1,000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation Hunting Boots BIG BUCKS OFF!

These Guide Gear® Side-zips slip off in a flash. With total waterproof protection and chill-blocking Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation to "boot."

  • Insulated hunting boots with waterproof leather and durable nylon uppers
  • Breathable, 100% waterproof membrane
  • Slip and oil-resistant rubber outsole keeps your hunting boots gripping the terrain
  • EVA shock-absorbing midsole reduces the stress on your feet
  • Removable, mesh-lined polyurethane insole
  • Wicking mesh lining.
  • Each waterproof hunting boot approx. 15"h., 34 ozs.

State Width: medium or wide; and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Order ONLINE Today!

Please Note : This item is running small. Please order one half size larger than normal.

  • Ultra Insulation 15" Side-zip Hunting Boots, Mossy Oak®

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


Customer Reviews

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  1. like the boots, size runs very small.
  2. 5 stars
    Product is very warm, for my Deer hunting. Easy to put on with zipper on side.
  3. 2 stars
    Toe area was way to narrow
  4. 3 stars
    Product will be usable, but the ankle area is extremely tight. Makes the boot very difficult to get on. Hopefully this area will stretch thru use. Have a concern that the heel area will wear before that happens though.
  5. 5 stars
    great boots just what I was looking for
  6. 5 stars
    Great boots, snug fit and warm, bought a second pair for my dad.
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