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- PU/ Neoprene
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 17" from arch
- Waterproof tall boot with camo-print shaft featuring adjustable back gusset with strap and traction outsole
- AeroForm technology for flexibility and insulation
- Injected PU cushioned midsole
- Integrated shanks for support and stability
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- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B008X3PKA6
- Item model number: Aerohead Realtree Xtra-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 15, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Update: I received a NEW Pair from LaCrosse yesterday. So LaCrosse did stand by their 1 year Warranty. (and they paid postage to return them).
Update. 1/22/2015- The replacement pair just started leaking on the right toe...sheesh, nothing worse then being out in the cold and wet and feel icy cold water seeping in. . Also the inside taping that failed on the first pair, came loose about 2-3 weeks ago. I do not wear these everyday. Only if it is cold outside. I wear Tingley if it isn't too cold for chore boots. ...Will see if they honor the warranty a second time.
Febuary 2016 They sent me a new boot. They do repay return shipping (2X). So this is my 3rd pair in less than a year of moderate use around the farm. I found them a smaller box to return than orginal so it was only 27$ UPS this time. The new pair seems to have a ticker molding on the front and sides , the other boots seemed 'softer' ( the molding). Inside that facing strip that came off is a different color now, (all black) it was camo before. So I have paid 34$ and 27$ shipping and have gotten 3 boots in a year. Hopefully , they have their problems worked out, because the concept is good, and they are way more comfortable than 'cheapie' rubber boots for those who work outside and have feet problems... it is having boots waterproof, comfortable and durable and warm too that I care about, the price is not that important If I can find them.
-Construction: Fit and finish is first class. The seams and edges where the polyurethane meets the neoprene are well defined and solid. Where the sole meets the boot is equally as solid. No small gaps that will become big gaps over time. I'll be interested to see how it holds up over time as you walk around and do the things these boots are intended for.
-Comfort: Putting on the boot it feels like your slipping your foot into pillow. It is soft and cushion..'ey. The shank/shin part grabs abit at your pant leg so you have to guide and tuck that in. Tighten down the strap on the back and it seems like the boot has a solid hold on your ankle. I decided to wear them around the house for abit just to get a feel, my wife was rolling her eyes the entire time and I looked like a goon, but whatever. I was wearing Thor-lo heavy wieght hiker socks and wasn't very active. I notice that my feet became VERY warm almost too warm, but it was 65 deg outside at night so I did it to myself. I do have a concern about the cushiness of the sole if you are doing any sort of longer movement through the woods with any sort of load/pack. A soft sole will cause foot injuries in those conditions so get a proper hunting/hiking mountain boot if you are planning to do this. But if the boot is going to be used to static hunt or for walking/stalking just carrying a rifle or bow it will probably feel like your walking in warm, cushy, dry sneakers.
-Fit: True to size. I have a 11 1/2 foot. I've tried the LaCrosse AlphaBurly's in a size 11 and I felt like I was practicing Chinese foot binding. The Aerohead only comes in whole sizes so pick your poison if you are a half-size like me. You are either going to have your big toe touching the neoprene or you are going to be rattling around in these boots. Frankly I'd prefer it tad tight and deal with a small toe blister because it was small than a large underskin heel blister because all the room. In a size 11 my foot fills the boot snugly but with room to flex and move. My toe touches at the tip of the boot but since this is neoprene and not a hard surface it won't make me a size 11 over time. With the thicker socks it was definately snug, so I'll be wearing my light or medium weight hiker socks.
-Gripes and Concerns: This boot will not let your foot go. Great advantage in mud, however at the end of the day when you want to get out of said boots it could be a recipe to explore your creativity