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Product DescriptionThis 18" hunting boot features Alpha construction for a personalized fit and all-day comfort when you're hunting. Waterproof construction with a moisture-control fleece lining helps keep your feet dry. A Sport Chassis outsole cradles your foot, while an EVA midsole provides cushioning. Rubber-clad, 3.5mm neoprene for lightweight comfort with minimal scent. Adjustable gusset features Cam-Loc buckles for a custom fit. Slip-on design. Imported. R
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Q:how many grams are these Alpha Burly boots? 400, 800, 1200Asked on 8/29/2009 by Casey from Hartland, Wisconsin
A:unisulated... but have a 3.5 mm lining for comfort so theres no rubber contact on your skin.Answered on 9/16/2009 by wildwood from south carolina
A:I don't think they have any added insulation, but if these were rated it would be 400 at the most.Answered on 12/17/2009 by Mike from Wellington, FL
Q:are these 800 gramAsked on 8/21/2009 by Anonymous
A:noAnswered on 10/5/2009 by dturnersr from Yorkville, Ga.
Q:how much do they boots weigh?
thanksAsked on 7/23/2009 by s Fl sniper from West Palm Beach, Fl
A:these boots weigh about 12 ounces each. if you get a lighter boot you have to sacrifice something like durability and tread wear. the sole of the boot is the heavy part but without that you will have no support which is important for all day comfort.Answered on 8/5/2009 by Steve(The Doeinator) from Port St Lucie, FL
Q:how warm are these boots do i need to buy an insulated pain of boots instead for deer huntingAsked on 12/17/2008 by Anonymous
A:These come with thinsulate and are pretty warm. I wear a good pair of hunting socks with them and have no trouble staying warm.Answered on 2/5/2009 by deerman007 from Kansas
Q:How Many grams of Insulation do these boots have?Asked on 11/30/2008 by JD from Albion, New York
A:These boots don't have a normal insulation that you would measure in grams. These boots feature a self-insulating neoprene on the inside that is 3.5mm thick. These boots are not for cold weather, but recommended for mild weather.Answered on 12/8/2008 by Bradley from Gander Mountain