Muck Tack Classic Hi Equestrian Rubber Boot

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Muck Tack Classic Hi Equestrian Rubber Boot
Muck redefined the rubber boot. The Muck Tack Classic Hi Equestrian Rubber Boot provides high performance for men and women who work and play in tough muddy conditions. The Tack Hi boot is a rubber boot that is perfect for shoveling snow or cleaning out the stables. Muck Tack Hi's are a combo of an athletic shoe and a boot all rolled into one. With traits like dual-density outsoles, vulcanized rubber upper overlays and waterproof CR-Foam booties, these Muck boots are unlike any other rubber boot. Features stretch fit topline binding that snugs the leg to keep warmth in and cold out and has 5mm CR flex foam bootie with four-way stretch. This is a 100% waterproof, lightweight and flexible boot. The diamond tread self cleaning outsole wraps the entire perimeter to provide maximum protection and stability. Additional achilles reinforcement and toe protection with a wrap up toe bumper for added protection. This boot has the look of an equestrian boot with the feel of a comfortable athletic shoe.

Comfort range from sub-freezing to 85 degrees F.

Muck Tack Classic Hi Equestrian Rubber Boot Features:

  • 5mm CR flex foam bootie with four way stretch
  • 100% waterproof, lightweight and flexible
  • Stretch fit topline binding to fit snug around leg
  • Diamond tread self cleaning outsole
  • Reinforced achilles and toe
  • Seamless quick clean rubber overlay

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"This new turkey decoy looks like the real bird. Great paint with definition and is very durable. The carry bag is a plus when being mobile turkey hunting." April 2014
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