Men's Itasca™ Salazar Waterproof 1,000 - gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Hunting Boots, Mossy Oak® Break - Up™

Item # WX2-201817

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Details & Specs

Itasca™ Salazar Hunting Boots are 100% waterproof and 1,000 - gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated!

Rugged leather and nylon uppers. Waterproof / breathable membrane. 1,000 grams of thick, warm insulation. Roll it all up into one... call 'em Salazar Boots. Expensive? You'd think so.

The scoop:
  • Combo leather and Mossy Oak® Break-Up&trade camo nylon uppers
  • Waterproof breathable membrane keeps moisture out
  • 1,000 grams Thinsulate&trade Ultra insulation for sure warmth
  • Hard-grabbing outsole with non-typical lugs for excellent traction
  • Soft Comfort Cushion insole
  • Comfortable padded collar
  • Each approx. 8"h., 23 ozs.

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Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Hunting

  • Boots, Mossy Oak® Break-Up&trade

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