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Field & Stream Men's Swamptracker Realtree Xtra Rubber Boots

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Field & Stream Men's Swamptracker Realtree Xtra Rubber Boots - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Conquer new ground in all conditions in the Field & Stream® Men's Swamptracker rubber hunting boot. This waterproof boot and Thinsulate™ lining traps heat, helping to keep you warm through dropping temperatures and chilling winds. Even the biggest game won't catch on to your trail, with scent-free construction you'll be unnoticed. The rigid rubber outsole is the toughest yet, helping you forge your way through the forest.
FEATURES:

  • Realtree Xtra® green camouflage pattern
  • 400 grams of Thinsulate™ lining boosts warmth in cold conditions
  • Waterproof design protects you from the elements
  • Lined in neoprene for all day comfort
  • Scent-free construction keeps you undetected from prey
  • Reinforced toecap to shield against whatever nature may throw at you
  • Tough rubber outsole providing traction in the most rugged environments
  • Style: FASRBM006RXG
  • Field & Stream
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 20720756

Customer Reviews:

Field & Stream Men's Swamptracker Realtree Xtra Rubber Boots 4.3 5 3 3
Very comfortable, a little noisey Although pretty cloggy/bulky for 400 gram boots, these are quite comfortable and warm. They do make noise if you tough them while walking, so not very good for stalking. Also, the cinch at top comes loose very easily. But for the sale price, these are a good value for easy walks to the stand. January 4, 2014
they leak .I figured I would break these boots in for deer season while walking my labs every morning in the hayfields around my home. After about 5 outings I noticed I was taking on water from the a.m. dew. The seams on the toes were seperated.I guess someone was scrathing their head when they should have been glueing! Folks at Dick's were great no problem replacing. Upside they are comfortable-they just leak-lol! October 3, 2013
You should buy these. I bought my first pair of these boots back in 2008. They finally got a leak in them, but not for lack of trying. I use these boots during August through October out on the tundra of Arctic Alaska. I live and work 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle. I hunt in these boots, walk to work in these boots, heck I do everything in these boots. Are they good for sub zero temps, not really, except for short excursions. But they are great from 30 down to about 5. Buy these boots, trust me. August 25, 2013
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