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Product DescriptionMade of insulated, scent-free, rubber-clad neoprene for waterproof comfort and protection. Neoprene is the perfect material for these 18" boots because it naturally insulates and stretches for a personalized fit. The LaCrosse Ankle-Fit design guarantees exceptional comfort. Fleece lining manages moisture, and Thinsulate Ultra insulation provides your feet all the warmth they need. Adjustable gusset Cam-Loc buckle accommodates varying calf sizes. EVA midsole for traction and comfort on uneven terrain. Imported.
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Q:How much do these boots weigh?Asked on 11/11/2010 by JoeBaz
Q:what is the wheather range on this bootAsked on 1/16/2010 by b from Danville,AL
A:early season to late season with a little layering of socks for late season but they are good for -70 degreeesAnswered on 11/15/2012 by whitetail madman from northern minnesota
Q:I am a shoe size 9. What size do I order in this boot to compensate for heavy socks?Asked on 11/25/2009 by Jerry from Archbald, Pa
A:Since these rubber boots don't come in half sizes, you will have to order a 10. I have a pair and my show size is 9 so I ordered a 9 and wear regular socks in them and my feet sweat. So be careful on how many layers you plan on wearing.Answered on 12/19/2009 by 34-5 GUY from Hudson, WI
I am looking to purchase an all around rubber boot but not sure how to factor in the thinsulate weights... 1000G vs 1500g etc.
And advice or insight you could give would be appreciated.Asked on 10/13/2009 by Evets from Albany New York
A:The more G's the warmer. I have a pair of Rocky snow buster's with 1200 g's and they are pretty warm unless I sit a lot. But they warm up quick once I move around. So it depends on your overall use. Sitting more go with the 1500. Moving and sitting go with the 1000. I'd also go one size over to allow for a good pair of socks.JMO
ScooterAnswered on 11/21/2009 by Scooter from Wiscoonsin
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