Xtratuf Women's 12" Legacy Boot


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The Legacy Boot has become a symbol of belonging, an icon of hard work and constant doing. Xtratuf® Women's Legacy Boot is 100% waterproof, made with their signature triple dipping technique which creates a seamless barrier that is highly resistant to many organic and inorganic acids, chemicals and contaminants. Xtratuf® latex neoprene is ozone-resistant, and is softer, lighter and far more pliable than ordinary rubber.

Cushioned insoles with arch support help fight fatigue and stress on the legs and back. This boot features a non-marking, slip-resistant Chevron outsole that provides unparalleled traction in the most extreme conditions This version features a white accent at the heel and can be worn up or down to reveal an interior lining print. The light blue outsole displays a pop of color when working in or around the boat.

  • 100% waterproof
  • Triple-dipped shells for extra tough, extra watertight protection
  • Hand-layered construction adds flex and strength at critical stress points
  • Wear up or roll down to reveal interior lining print
  • Cushioned insole with arch support
  • Slip-resistant, non-marking Chevron Rubber outsole
  • Fit Tip: 12 inch tall shaft height (3 inches shorter than the classic 15 inch Legacy); recommend half sizes order up

Product Features:

Waterproof Yes
Upper Triple-dipped, hand-layered Rubber; Neoprene
Insole Cushioned with arch
Outsole Chevron Rubber tread, slip-resistant, non-marking
Height 12"

Style Number: XWLM-100 WOM

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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.