RedHead® Osage II 9'' Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men
Enjoy durable comfort for your feet in the woods with the RedHead® Osage II 9'' Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men. The full-grain leather and 1000 denier camo nylon combine to create a rugged upper that stands up to brush, fallen branches, and other obstructions. BONE-DRY waterproofing technology and Cambrelle® moisture-wicking lining keep your feet dry and comfortable through snow or rain. 600 gram Thinsulate® Ultra Insulation keeps the chill of a late season hunt from making its way to your feet. Shock-absorbing molded EVA midsole and Poliyou® removable odor-absorbing footbed cushion your foot every step for all day comfort in the stand or on the trail. Rubber outsole provides sure traction wherever your hunt takes you. Average weight: 3 lbs. 10 oz. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®/Brown.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by uke5050 Great price,good product I bought them for hunting and so far they have been great! Very comfortable right out of the box. They're light and have not leaked. I made a good purchase. November 28, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Akajun Lost soul (sole) Loved these boots. Warm, dry, comfortable, until last year when the right boot sole started coming off. It appears no adhesive was used, or is extremely clear and thin. Since the warranty is only for one year, I'm out of luck on getting them returned and replaced. The boots are 3-4 years old, but only worn 1 week a year. They show no wear, but are useless. November 27, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by cowboys1 Good pair of boot I have not hunted in these boots so I don't know how good they are in the field. I read electric meters for a living and am required to wear lace up boots. I do a lot of walking and these boots have been great. I payed around $100 for these boots and now that they are on sale I will definitely be buying a new pair. November 18, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Palladin6 Not waterproof These boots at 600 grams are not warm enough for 10k elevation snow and hours of hunting. Great support and quality boot materials have all held up after a winter heavy use. Unfortunately, these boots were a liability for me during Elk season. They did not keep moisture out and they stayed wet for days. The boot soaked up the snow and rain. November 2, 2011
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A:Not sure the weight but my son says they are the lightest boot he has ever worn and very comfortable.
A:from my cheap scale from home it seems approx 3lbs
A:not sure of exact weight, but they are by far the lightest boots I have ever worn.
A:I believe them to be about 3lbs. I can say they are much lighter than the old pair they replaced and have much more insulation. I was impressed with them after spending a day hunting quail. I was in no rush to get out of them after the hunt.
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