Itasca Men's Territory 400g 9" Side-Zip Hunting Boot
Full-grain leather and nylon uppers
AquaPlus waterproof membrane
400-gram Thinsulate Ultra insulation
Side zipper for easy on/off and a custom fit
Rubber omni-traction outsoles
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Product DescriptionItasca's Territory Boots feature full-grain leather and nylon uppers with an AquaPlus waterproof membrane for long-lasting comfort in the field. 400-gram Thinsulate Ultra insulation provides an extra layer of warmth. Rubber omni-traction outsoles. Side zipper for easy on/off and a custom fit. Removable insole. Imported.
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Q:Is the sole of the boot supposed to come off after I have owned them for one year?Asked on 11/7/2009 by Anonymous
A:I am starting to have same issue. Purchased these boots and love them, but seam has started to seperate. Called Gander customer service and my warranty is less than 30-days out, but out none the less.Answered on 1/11/2010 by West from Eastern N.C.
A:The longest factory warranty on standard consumer footwear is one year. After a year, it is unlikely that any footwear is going to be devoid of some kind of serious wear and tear. Some higher end boot companies give longer warranties, but you will pay a much much higher price to obtain them.Answered on 2/25/2013 by Jimmy P from Roanoke, Va
Q:Should I waterproof the leather, or use something to treat them before taking them out in the field? If so, what type of product should I use?Asked on 7/12/2009 by Anonymous
A:RETURN them ASAP!!!Answered on 1/16/2010 by Deer Slasher from Mogadore, OH
A:These boots are already waterproof. If there is any leakage at all in a new boot, return them for a refund or replacement; they are under warranty. That said, if you want them to last long-term, you should use a cleaning solution that also conditions the leather after every strenuous use. Leather dry rots and cracks if allowed to air dry while dirty; using a conditioner will prevent that problem.Answered on 2/25/2013 by Jimmy P from Roanoke, Va