Under Armour® H.A.W. 16'' Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men - Timber/Realtree Xtra®
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- Lightweight waterproof performance
- Naturally insulating neoprene rubber uppers
- Technical air mesh lining encourages air flow
- Internal memory foam heel pads help provide snug fit - minimizes foot movement
- Contoured, compression molded EVA midsoles - cushions shock of working on uneven surfaces
- OrthoLite® sock liners - cushioning and odor-fighting antimicrobial treatments
- Aggressive lugs on high-abrasion rubber outsoles - enhanced traction, self cleaning
- High-abrasion rubber toecaps
- Tough pull strap on back - ease of entry
A lightweight waterproof boot for hunters, the H.A.W. 16" from Under Armour keeps feet dry and warm when hunting in less than ideal weather. Built tough, the H.A.W. starts with a naturally insulating and waterproof rubber neoprene upper with a durable rubber overlay around the foot that locks water and muck out. Inside, a technical air mesh lining promotes air flow for comfort, while memory foam heel pads form to your foot to provide a snug fit that resists blister-causing foot movement. Contoured, compression molded EVA midsoles cushion the shocks of moving over uneven terrain. The H.A.W.'s OrthoLite sockliner provides further cushioning along with odor-fighting antimicrobial treatments. The non-marking, high-abrasion rubber outsole features aggressive, self cleaning lugs for enhanced traction. High-abrasion rubber toecaps for additional safety. Durable web back pull strap helps you slip boots on quickly. Average weight: 2 lbs., 7 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 1221188.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 1
Rated 2 out of 5 by Buzzardville Unsatisfied with service
On a recent purchase of a party tritoon boat, everything was great till I put it in the water. We launched our new boat left the landing put maybe 45 minutes on the motor and then we were left stranded and had to be towed by a gentleman. We then loaded the barge then towed it back to Denham Springs LA store which is 5 hours from our lake house and wore the tires down with only 700 mile on them. Air pressure was wrong when we purchased the barge.
The mechanic managed to determine quickly that there was serious damage to our engine. He then had us leave it there for a couple weeks till Mercury approved the engine replacement. We then picked up our new barge and hauled it back to our lake house (5 hrs). Now we go back up to the lake to enjoy the barge only to find out there was a patch in the welding on the center pontoon and the pontoon was taking in water. The tires that were replaced did not all match and the barge is still at some welding shop near the store in Denham Springs, LA.
I wrote a check for this fabulous barge and have spent more time on the road than on the water and the check has cleared the bank. This barge on trailer sways so bad I can't go over 60 MPH
October 16, 2013
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