Rocky Men’s Japer Trac Men’s Hunting Boot

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Rocky Men's Japer Trac Men's Hunting Boot

  • All leather split suede upper
  • Water resistant construction
  • Durable rubber pac shell
  • Removable 200 gram liner
  • Polar trac outsole

These 4799 Rocky Men’s Jasper Trac Insulated Hunting Boots have the look and comfort that you have been searching for. Just by looking at the leather split suede you can see how fuzzy and soft this boot’s texture is. A great aspect about the dark-brown fabric is that dirt and small scuffs won’t be as noticeable. The lace-up design provides you with the ability to change the fit to your liking. Within the boot, the 200 gram 3-Ply liner is removable, so it gives you the opportunity to adapt the li

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3 Responses to “Rocky Men’s Japer Trac Men’s Hunting Boot”
  1. Matt Faber says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great boot, when you know what a HUNTING BOOT is!, November 10, 2014
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    This review is from: Rocky Men’s Japer Trac Men’s Hunting Boot (Apparel)
    Hunting is not the typical trudging through the woods, rifle or camera at the ready, endlessly marching “stalking” prey. It’s hiking for a while and then standing, usually in the snow for a long long time being as still and quite as you can. Hunting boots need to be loose for two reasons. First, as your standing there being as still as possible your heart rate is at rest and you need unrestricted blood flow to your feet or they will freeze. Second, insulation has to be loose to work, it’s called “loft”.
    Most think “pac boot” has something to do with the rubber toe, but it’s actually because it’s supposed to be a warm boot “packed” into a tougher outer boot. The advantage is that you can remove the sweat laden inner boot to clean it and dry it, or to simply change it out if it gets wet or compressed.
    Things I really like about this boot: It’s sized right, I wear a 13E and it fits like a 13E should. The sole is stiffer than every other pac boot I can find these days. To offer a comparison, these fit and feel exactly like I remember the original Sorel Carabou’s did back in the 80s. Back when they were quality made, honest pac boots, with the old Vibram logger sole, norweigen welt etc etc. These rockys are WAY better than the modern Carabou, with the fake welt and sole so soft I’m sure it’s made out of kitchen caulk.
    I highly recommend this hunting boot for a variety of winter outdoor activities, such as hiking, hunting, outdoor chores, or walking downtown with your special lady. Pretty much anything in the snow you have to do for more than an hour these really shine! As great as these are, they do have their limitations, so I also have some winter activities for which I don’t recommend them. These include outdoor break dancing, skipping, exhibitionism, polarbear plunges, walking on your hands (these do nothing to keep your hands warm) , wind sprints, babysitting, street corner rap battles, grammar policing, and singing as loud as you can (caroling excepted).
    If you’ve ever been hunting, you will appreciate what these boots offer in all winter conditions. If you expecting to go mountaineering, these boots won’t offer enough support. If you expect to run in these, they’ll get soaked in your sweat and you feet will freeze. If you want to look uber chic, well, rock these hard core! Or don’t, whatever.

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  2. jesse short says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    snowy and generally a horrible place to live, December 17, 2014
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    I’m a first time hunter in Northern Wisconsin. It’s cold, icy, snowy and generally a horrible place to live. The boots are comfortable, warm, and affordable. This pac boot style has a thick monster truck type sole which as great for walking through mud, ice and snow. I have wide hobbit like feet, and these were comfortable to stomp around in all day. The sole of the boot is well padded and the height of the sole is perfect for what i’ve stomped through so far. Boots do not last forever, and you should be prepared to replace them every few years no matter what you buy, but I think I would go with these again. I have over 30 years of living through WI winters and these are the best boots i’ve ever owned.

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  3. G. T. Frick says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Love the boots, January 7, 2015
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    G. T. Frick (like a whisper,or a vapor mist….) –
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    Love the boots. Hate the sizing. Furthermore somebody is dropping the ball on attention to detail. All seven sizes shown available are advertised as “2E” width. (wide) I get two pairs of “M” width boots. (Mediums). A ten usually fits perfect or gives me a little wiggle room. These were like giving my toes an enema.

    EDIT; I concur with the previous reviewer. The insert is so tight that you’ll need to order at least two full sizes larger to fit. And the boots without the insulated liner are no more than a skin. And no footbed.
    It would seem ALL the sellers of these boots rely on Amazon to advertise correctly. These boots are not available in wide. They’re all medium.

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