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  • Is This The Ultimate Turkey Hunting Boot???

    I really Like these Snake Boots with the Boa System and Obsession Camo....Hope I find them in the bargain Cave because $230 Bucks???? WOW

    Premium snake protection, turkey-hunting features, all-day comfort and a secure fit provided by the strength of the Boa lacing system. Push in and turn the built-in ratcheting dial, and the system pulls the aircraft-grade, stainless steel laces tight, while pulling the back of the calf toward the front of the boot for the most secure and comfortable fit known to man. Pull the dial out, and the system instantly releases its grip. Snake Guard™ uppers and Snake Guard Extreme gussets deliver 100% snake-bite protection. Turkey-hunting features include a mesh collar pocket made for mouth calls, and a leather side pocket keeps a striker handy. Memory-foam padding in the ankles for added comfort. Padded collars. 100% waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® and moisture-wicking linings. Leather cinch straps secure boot tops. Aggressive outsoles provide traction. Imported.
    Height: 16'.
    Average weight: 3.9 lbs.
    Men's sizes: 8-14 medium width. Half sizes to 12.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Obsession®.
    You know a turkey hunter designed these,obviously not a woman since they only come in mens sizes. My daughter and I was just talking this morning about the lack of hunting products designed for women. And theres almost no camo hunting clothes made to fit a little girl. Gracie has to wear boys pants and she gripes the whole time about how they fit,lol. Cool boots though. I know I will probably see you wearing them soon.
    Having a hard time
    Even considering paying $130 for snake boots. I decided to by the snake gaiters instead :

    For me because my regular boots are steel toe, fiberglass sole, waterproof and pretty heavy duty Redwing hikers>

    All I need is protection from the ankles up> My son is 12 years old and wears a size 11 1/2 shoe.
    If I throw down $130 for him, he won't be able to wear them again next year.

    Brown gaiters are $30 locally and camo are $59. I figure I'll get the $30 ones and wear them under my camoflage pants.