Waterproof and Warm Down to -10° Because You’re Kinda Attached to Your Toes
When slushy seawater is breaking over the boat rails and it’s raining with fire hose force, you’re in your element – but can your boots cut it? XtraTuf Insulated Boots are built for the rigors of commercial fishing on frigid Alaskan waters, with seamless neoprene latex construction that’s 100% waterproof and comfortably flexible. Yet they’re tough enough to resist punctures and scrapes, and can withstand grueling months of exposure to fish fats, diesel fuel and other chemical solvents. Even better, these 15” slip-on pac boots are foam insulated with a felt midsole to warm feet down to a frigid -10°F. The high-traction chevron tread sole lets you stand your ground on slime-coated decks and storm-tossed seas – just what you need to keep a toehold in the frozen North.