Cabela’s Silent Stalk Hunting Boots combine full-grain leather uppers, Microtex microweave construction and Gore-Tex interior linings to create footwear that is durable and water-resistant, yet comfortable and quiet. The outsoles utilize both hard rubber perimeter lugs for traction on harsh terrain and softer EVA polymer for shock absorption, while 400-gram Thinsulate insulation traps body heat to help keep the user warm during wintry weather. Available in men’s sizes 8-14, the Silent Stalk Hunting Boots wear Cabela’s O2 Octane camouflage pattern and weigh approximately 3 lbs. per pair. Price: $150. Contact: Cabela’s Inc.; (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com.
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