The Men's LaCrosse Cold Snap 1200G Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Boots are a must-have for every cold-weather outing. These LaCrosse boots were built for the environmental demands of late-season hunts, ice fishing, and outdoor work. 1200 grams of Thinsulate™ Ultra insulation traps in body heat and the durable, waterproof construction keeps cold moisture out. These insulated hunting boots even feature a Permafrost outsole with a deep lug pattern for multi-surface traction. Take on the outdoors with confidence this winter wearing the Men's LaCrosse Cold Snap 1200G Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Boots.
Removable EVA footbed
Deep lug outsole with 90-degree heel
Height: 9 in.
Weight: 4 lbs
Comfort Zone: Arctic
Insulation: 1200g Thinsulate™ Ultra
Camo Pattern: Mossy Oak Break-Up Country
Upper: Full-grain leather with lightweight 900 Denier nylon
I have wide feet and need a big toe area these are the best I've found, i bought the wide width, please continue to sell wide width in as many brands and styles you can, i got them very quickly, i am pleased!!
Bought at end of December only wore 4 times before one the top lace holders broke, very cold i wore 2 pairs of socks and get cold within a hour of being out. Many threads are coming loose. Was hoping they would last a few years when bought them, but guess I will be looking for a new pair next winter.
I ordered my pair a size larger than I normally wear so that I could add an extra pair of socks for colder days. These boots are extremely warm especially if you do much walking. I spend a lot of time sitting in a tree stand so they work well for me. The boot seems to be well made and I've had no issues with mine at this time. I would buy these again!
These boots are heavier than the silencer, which I also bought, but the wide width fits me and they are warm and comfortable, I have purchased Lacrosse boots before and have always gotten good use out of them.
I bought these Cold Snap 1200g boots in Nov 2019. I recently sat for 3 hours in 23 degrees and my feet remained warm. The boots are well built and much easier to walk in than my rubber boots. I have yet to verify if they are water proof. So far, I am pleased.
I bought a pair of Ice king boots for my job in 1993. It cost me $100.00 at Gander mountain. It was the best investment I ever made. At the time I worked in a warehouse with concrete floors and no heat in the place. I was on my feet all day for approximately 12 hours every day. I had froze my feet many times before with my sorel boots. So I really needed something to keep my feet warm on the concrete. With these ice kings my feet stayed warm all day. Then I used them for hunting too. This is now 2018 and I've only replaced the liners. My boots are still in great shape. I work in the freezers 12 hours a day and wear theses boots every day. I dry the liners out every night because my feet sweat. The sweat stays in the liners not on my socks. I love, love, love these boots! They are a heavier boot so you will build leg muscles with these. I wish I could find something like this in warmth but a lot lighter. I still can't believe these boots are still together after all these years. They've finally started to wear down some of grips, but only some! I just have to say, what a great investment! Thank you for these boots!