Ideal for hunting and stalking in colder temperatures
Abrasion-resistant wear protection over the toes and foreparts
Ripstop anti-tear material
Ortholite antimicrobial footbeds
ROCKY® SiQ Atomic™ and mesh lining for breathability and odor control
Fortified with durably waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® fabric
Two-part EVA/rubber SilentStalker outsoles offer superior comfort, flexibility, and stealth. ROCKY SiQ Atomic™ works in tandem with the mesh lining for breathability and odor control. Abrasion-resistant wear protection over the toes and foreparts, ripstop anti-tear material, Ortholite® antimicrobial, dual-density PU footbeds. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up® . Average weight per pair: 3 lbs. 10 oz. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kman11 Can't miss boots
Bought these for a bow elk hunt in Montana.
Felt like tennis shoes right out of box.
Walked 4 days in very steep rocky terrain in total comfort. Love em.
September 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by StonewallBarlow Great boots
I purchased these boots a couple of weeks ago to replace some older ones. I wanted a lightweight, waterproof, mildly insulated pair for bowhunting and possibly early turkey season. These are very comfortable. Only problem I had was when I went to Basspro, they didn't have my size. When they did have it, I needed a wide size.
Overall, great boot.
September 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TrentS1410 Great shoe!
I do HVAC work and I am squatting down a lot or on a ladder, these boots are light with just the right amount insulation. The move very easy at the top and allow your feet to breath and move but still protect! I plan on buying another pair to have in case these wear out in the next year! I'm pretty hard on boots! But these are holding up good. The do run small and narrow though.
July 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by AJB77 Very Lightweight
Very lightweight and comfortable. Like wearing a pair of hightop running shoes really. I wore them for hiking, hunting, and then working in the garden with shorts in the summer. I wear them all the time and definitely got my money's worth from the purchase.
June 8, 2012
I was sitting still in about 40 degrees temp with thinner socks than I should have been wearing. My feet were mildly cool. Later that day in the same socks when it got to about 65, I could feel my feet were getting a bit warm, but not uncomfortably so. Overall, I wish there was about 600g of thinsulate, but with the right socks, I can see these being used even in a couple of feet of snow, comfortably.