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Product DescriptionWetland Premium Field Boots keep your feet warm and dry in extreme field conditions. Their CR flex-foam booties with four-way stretch nylon are flexible and buoyant, while the stable MS-1 outsoles are rugged and durable. Achilles and instep reinforcement and wrap-up toe bumper provide extra comfort. Breathable waterproof lining. Stretch-fit topline bindings stay snugly against your calves to keep warmth in and cold out. A seamless foot base overlay allows for easy cleaning. Comfort rating: -20° to 70°. Imported.
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Q:what thinsulate do thesde boots provide?Asked on 11/29/2009 by Anonymous
Q:are these boots hard to get on and off after hunting all day?Asked on 10/3/2009 by mark from northeast ohio
A:No. They are snug but not hard to get off. I fold the tops down and they pop right off with ease.Answered on 1/26/2011 by Jeremy from Texas
Q:What is the height? If the I intend to purchases the height MUST be a minimum of 18 inches, no less!Asked on 5/6/2009 by skip from Clarks Island, MS
A:Only16 inches highAnswered on 1/29/2011 by Jacks owner from nashville tn
Q:what is the height?Asked on 1/21/2009 by Anonymous
A:They average 18" from the back of the sole to the top of the boot!Answered on 2/6/2009 by duchntr from greenville, nc
A:the boots are kneew high boots and come up to just below your kneeAnswered on 4/16/2009 by matt from rochester, mn
Q:Is the top of the boot water proof
and what is the thinalate valueAsked on 12/14/2008 by Anonymous
A:It is waterproof to the top...I sprayed the Neoprene with Camp Dry(Silicone) also,but it is not necessary...They remain waterproof even when scratched and cracked...Brother-In-Law is on 5th year of hard hunting and going strong..The Insulation factor is similar to my neoprene waders that are 5mm so they are somewhat inherantly insulated especially when accompanied by layers with a thin wicking sock next to skin.Highly Recommended by many in the swamps of South La.Answered on 2/11/2009 by Steve from Lafayette, La.
Q:What material is at the top of the boot? Can the top be tied to keep snow etc out of the boot?Asked on 11/27/2008 by Kathy from Shelburne, VT
A:it is a flexible rubbery like material, very flexible
you don't need to tie anything since the boots fit like a slipper
believe me, no snow will get inAnswered on 12/9/2008 by Charlie B from Erie PA