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Product DescriptionUnique rubber-clad neoprene construction sets the the Alpha Lite Hunting Boot apart from the rest. The 3.5 mm neoprene-covered rubber upper keeps feet warm and dry on even your longest excursions into the field. The Alpha Lite outsole gives you the traction you need to cover rough terrain. Rubber midsole. Fiberglass shank provides rigidity. Imported.
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Q:One of the color options for this boot is RTA. What does RTA stand for?Asked on 4/14/2010 by Anonymous
A:Realtree All PurposeAnswered on 9/8/2010 by T from VA
Q:insulated or uninsulatedAsked on 2/3/2010 by Anonymous
A:They are of the same material as insulated waders. It is flexible, light, waterproof, and warm. I like them because they are not too bulky, and I use them for bowhunting, and pheasant hunting.Answered on 11/14/2010 by Jimmyjack from Wisconsin
Q:Will these help me if a snake bits my bootAsked on 6/27/2009 by chad from dunn, nc
A:I don't know but snake bite boots will.Answered on 8/29/2009 by E from G R,Mi
Q:how much insulationAsked on 12/7/2008 by Anonymous
A:Insulation" is not a proper term for these boots. they are uninsulated, but they are neoprene. My opinion this makes them warmer than "traditional" rubber boots. I wore these in NorthEast Missouri for Gun Season during mid Nov this year. As long as temps were above 40 I wore a liner sock. When temps got below +40 I wore a thick wool sock. Once temps got below +25, I switched out to a pair of insulated lace ups. Now to add to that, I was on stand an average of 8-10 hours, and the wind was blowing between 5-15mph on some days. I have been told that the "zip ups" of this model are warmer, as they have 7mm instead of 3.5, but I do not know this to be the case. Hope this helps.Answered on 12/23/2008 by supremeweasel67 from Clarksville,tn
A:These boots are non-insulated. Used mine in cold water duck hunting and with some warm socks they kept me warm.Answered on 2/7/2009 by Duck Hunter from Douglas, Ga
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