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Lacrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18" Uninsulated Rubber Hunting Boot

Item # 727653
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Key Features

  • Waterproof rubber over insulating neoprene

  • Contoured Ankle-Fit design fights heel slippage

  • Adjustable back gusset and strap for comfort

  • Bidirectional embossed neoprene liner

  • Burly Pro outsole increase traction & stability

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Product Description
lacrosse For those who need serious waterproof, scent controlling rubber boots look no further than the AlphaBurly Pro from LaCrosse. Handcrafted rubber overlays an insulating neoprene liner that sports bidirectional embossing for increased air circulation. Contoured ankle-fit prevents heel slip. Adjustable back gusset for easy on and off. Removable footbeds. Burly Pro outsoles increase traction on a variety of terrain. Imported.

• Weight: 4.8 lbs.
• Temp rating: -20° F
• All natural handcrafted rubber over insulating neoprene
• Uncompromising fit, scent-free and waterproof protection from LaCrosse Alpha Construction
• Contoured Ankle-Fit design to prevent heel slippage
• Adjustable back gusset and strap with adjustable fit for various leg sizes
• Bidirectional embossed neoprene liner for increased inner air circulation
• Removable EVA footbed
• Burly Pro outsole featuring superior traction and stability with no mud build up

Recommended Usage Hunting
Waterproof Yes
Insulation None
Height 18 Inches
Weight (pair) 4 lbs. 13 oz.
Closure Pull-On
Technical Features Burly Pro outsole

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