SHE™ Avila 16'' High Waterproof Rubber Hunting Boots for Ladies - Realtree AP™
- 100% waterproof with vulcanized rubber construction
- Fully lined with naturally insulating 5 mm neoprene
- Nylon pull tabs for easy on/off
- Steel shanks for arch support
- Self-cleaning cleated rubber outsoles
Manufacturer style #: SS14007AP.
Footwear designed for HER adventure!
Introducing the exciting line of SHE™ premium hunting boots, designed by professional women hunters for women. SHE takes great pride in its attention to detail, creating footwear that is perfectly designed to fit women, using only the best materials available. Waterproof construction, insulation, and comfort orthotic insoles are all key ingredients that make up this exceptional line of ladies’ hunting boots.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PaHuntress Great Boot! I couldn't be happier with these boots! I originally bought these for duck/goose hunts but I've been wearing them every time i go hunting! They're really light weight and extremely comfortable. I've walked miles in these and theyre more comfortable than some of my every day shoes! They're roomy enough to tuck pants into but not too baggy that pants wont fit over them. Also, Some of my other boots have been really loud and squeaky on my metal tree stand when theyre wet... but these dont make a sound! They're really quiet. The only thing i wish was different was that they made an insulated version as well for winter, i would absolutely invest in both pairs! I'm normally an 8.5 or 9 but i went with an 8 in these and they fit great. I usually wear a tall wool sock, sometimes 2 pairs and they still fit good. Def recommend! November 14, 2012
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Details:I was wondering if these boots would be good for ice fishing in -15C temperatures?
A:i would say they are not that warm
A:Hi! The coldest I've worn these boots so far is about 20F and my feet got pretty cold, even with a good pair of wool socks. They're really not insulated which is a bummer because they're great boots otherwise, I wear them a lot in warmer weather. You might be ok with 2 pairs of socks and foot warmers but if you dont want to go through that trouble, I would find an insulated boot. Hope this helps!
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