Weighing in at 2.4 lbs. per pair, Cabela’s Australian Kangaroo Featherlight boots are so-named for their construction using leather that is both lighter and stronger than cowhide of equal thickness. The lining, however, is made from full-grain cowhide. Additionally, the 9"-tall boots have Vibram Gumlite outsoles and abrasion-resistant scuff tips, and are available with or without 400-gram Thinsulate Ultra insulation. Offered in sizes 7-14 (depending on width) and only in green, Cabela’s Kangaroo Featherlight boots are priced from $210 to $220. Contact: Cabela’s, One Cabela Drive, Sidney, NE 69160; (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com.
Cabela’s Kangaroo Featherlight Boots
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