Women's Rocky® 9" Blizzard Stalker Pro Waterproof 1,200-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation Boots, Mossy Oak® Break-Up®

Item # WX2-578381

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Details & Specs

Women's Rocky® 9" Blizzard Stalker Pro WATERPROOF 1,200-gram Insulated Boots deliver toasty warmth & comfort in frigid temps!

Weather outside frightful? Rocky® Women's Core Boots will keep you and your feet feeling oh-so delightful. Advanced features provide warm, waterproof, rugged performance for years of hunting and enjoying the outdoors.

  • Combination split-suede leather and 900 denier nylon upper for durability and style
  • Fortified with 1200-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for warmth and comfort
  • Rocky guaranteed waterproof construction
  • Blizzard Stalker outsole delivers sure-footed
  • Removable mesh polyurethane footbed with heel stabilizer traction and stability
  • Raised rubber toe guard provides added durability
  • Padded foam collar with extended tongue
  • Each stands approx. 9" h., 34 ozs.

Trust your feet to Rocky! State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart.

Waterproof 1,200-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra

  • Insulation Boots, Mossy Oak® Break-Up®

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