The Original Muck Boot Company Arctic Ice AG Tall Boots for Men

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Combining warm waterproof protection with advanced outsole technology, The Original Muck Boot Company® Arctic Ice AG Tall Boots for Men keep feet warm and dry in the most bitter winter conditions. Combining 8mm neoprene booties, rugged Spandura® uppers, and warm fleece linings inside protective, multi-layered rubber overlays, the Arctic Ice AG keeps feet warm and comfortable in temperatures as low as -60°F. Designed to help keep you on your feet on the iciest surfaces, the Arctic Ice AG's cold weather outsoles combine Vibram® Arctic Grip polymer compound for grip on wet ice and Vibram Icetrek rubber compound for superior traction on dry ice. Engineered specifically for extreme cold temperatures, these outsoles also feature thermochromatic lugs that turn blue as the temperature near 0°C so you know freezing temperatures have arrived. Comfort insoles and EVA midsoles provide cushioning support below the feet for welcome comfort on cold winter days. Average weight per pair: 3 lbs. 8 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: AVTV.

  • Protective Muck boots for extreme winter conditions
  • Comfort rated from -60° to 30°F
  • Rugged Spandura uppers with 8mm neoprene booties - warm and waterproof
  • Warm fleece linings
  • Protective, multi-layered rubber overlays
  • Cushioning comfort insoles and EVA midsoles
  • Advanced Vibram outsoles with Arctic Grip polymer compound and Icetrek rubber compound
  • Thermochromatic lugs on outsoles - change color as temps approach freezing
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