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Rocky Men's 16 Inch Snake Hunting Boot

78円

Rocky Men's 16 Inch Snake Hunting Boot


Product Description

Hunt in a snake boot that protects you from snake bites and keeps your feet dry. Get the Rocky Low Country Waterproof Snake Boot in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camouflage.

This Rocky Snakeproof boot protects you from bites of North American snakes. If you are hunting or walking in areas where snakes are likely to be present, this is a great boot to have. With this 16-inch boot, you get 16 inches of snake protection.

While protection alone would make this a good snake boot, Rocky also gives you a waterproof boot. You can go where you want, through mud, water and swampy conditions, without concern about wet feet. Rocky has you covered.

This is a camouflage boot featuring Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camo. You can have a waterproof camouflage snake boot.

Some tall boots can be difficult to get on and off, but not this footwear. This hunting boot has a side zipper inside that makes it easy.

Other boot features include an EVA footbed and an EVA/rubber outsole with good traction.

For a great waterproof camouflage snake boot, choose the Rocky Low Country boot.

  • EVA footbed
  • Rocky Waterproof construction
  • Inside side zipper
  • 16 inches of snakeproof protection
  • EVA/ rubber outsole
  • Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camo

Rocky Men's 16 Inch Snake Hunting Boot

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