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Xtratuf Men's 15" Insulated Elite Legacy Boot
The Elite Collection is designed to provide the protection and durability of a Xtratuf® Legacy Boot but with an unmatched comfort for long days at sea or long hours on the dock. Using the Honeywell Proprietary RDR oil/chemical-resistant compound, this boot is resistant to many organic and inorganic acids, oils, chemicals, and contaminants. The Elite boot is built with a Spandura covered 5mm neoprene bootie, this allows the boot to be comfort rated to -20F.
- 100% Waterproof Rubber upper
- Reinforced Rubber layers for durability
- 5mm Neoprene bootie adds warmth and comfort
- Breathable airmesh lining
- Slip-resistant, non-marking Chevron Rubber outsole
|Outsole||Oil- and slip-resistant, non-marking Rubber traction|
|Upper||Rubber with Spandura High Abrasion Nylon|
|Comfort Range||Rating -20°F|
|Calf Circumference||13" (Size: 9)|
Style Number: 22613
For more than 50 years, XTRATUF® has earned the respect, loyalty and trust of Alaskan Fisherman who can’t afford to take trust lightly. XTRATUF makes essential gear engineered to withstand the world’s toughest conditions, and to protect people who put their lives on the line to live and work on the water. To them, XTRATUF represents more than a boot or a shoe. It’s part of an authentic marine lifestyle that values authenticity, performance and hard work - qualities appreciated not only by fisherman on the Bering Sea, but by commercial, sport and leisure customers everywhere.