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Muck Boots Men’s Woody Arctic Ice
Perfect for hunters in extreme 

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climates and conditions, the Woody Arctic Ice features a groundbreaking Vibram Arctic Grip on the outsole, the most advanced cold-weather gripping system Vibram has ever created, which allows hunters to tread upon steep and mountainous terrain with confidence. These 8mm 4-way stretch CR Flex-Foam, fleece-lined boots set the standard in warmth and protective support. The 2mm foam under the footbed assures warmth in temperatures that can drop below -50°F or when standing on ice. As with most Muck boots, a topline binding keeps the snow and cold out, while keeping warmth inside.

Sigvaris Merino Outdoor SockSigvaris-Merino-Outdoor-Sock.jpg
These merino wool compression socks bring top-level athletic performance to the outdoors market, offering increased circulation and improved blood flow, more oxygen to muscle tissue and less lactic acid buildup in the legs to Alaska anglers, hunters and hikers. Constructed of fine Australian merino wool, the socks are also itch-free, soft and comfortable, with a cushioned, padded sole. These are available at Lake Otis Medical Supply in Anchorage.

Muck Boots Woodland Extreme
MSRP: $199.95
New for fall 2013 is the Muck Woodland’s Collection. It is comprised of the Woodland Extreme and the Woodland Explorer. The Extreme is an innovative twist on a leather hunting boot in that it features a full neoprene bootie inside the boot. Now you can have the performance and feel of a leather boot, and the 100% water- and weather protection of a neoprene bootie. This should come in handy when slogging through wet country in pursuit of moose, caribou or Sitka deer.

Kenetrek Bridger Ridge HighKenetrek.jpg
MSRP: $170
At only 2.6 pounds a pair, Kenetrek’s Bridger Ridge High provides a waterproof solution in a lightweight package. They are designed to handle tough terrain in comfort and are a combination of Kenetrek’s waterproof, breathable Event Membrane around extra padded uppers. Reinforced “K” straps surround your ankles and tie directly into the footbed to provide exceptional support. The two speed-lacing hooks make getting in and out of these boots a snap, and they come standard with Tough Toe rubber spray for additional durability and reinforcement. Available in men’s whole and half sizes from 8 to 11.5, as well as 12, 13 and 14 all in medium width.

Kenetrek_Boot.jpgKenetrek Mountain Guide Boot
MSRP: $425
The new Kenetrek Mountain Guide Boot features leather uppers, waterproof and breathable Windtex membranes and 400 grams of Thinsulate insulation. This combination will keep your feet dry and warm. New additions to the boot are a stiffer midsole combined with the Vibram Vertige outsole. Now mountain hunters have another excellent option for stability and traction when carrying heavy loads across treacherous terrain.

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MSRP: $455
This is an exceptional boot for rugged terrain, made of 2.8mm leather on top of stiff, lightweight, nylon midsoles with high-traction K-Talon outsoles. The 10-inch tall boots are waterproof, breathable, provide exceptional ankle support and integrate 400 grams of Thinsulate, so you’ll stay warm and dry. These will become your favorite boots for function and comfort.

Muck Boots Terrain BootMuck_Boot.jpg
MSRP: $244.95 to $254.95
This new high-performance rubber boot is well suited to ATV and snowmachine riders in the Great Land. The micro-fleece liner absorbs moisture, keeping riders comfortable in a wide range of temperatures. The boot also features a lightweight rubber outsole, reinforced ankle area and dirt skirt at the top of the boot to reduce dirt intake. The boot is being co-promoted with Yamaha, and is available in two-tone black / gray with camo upper and two-tone black / gray with black upper.

Lacrosse_boot.jpgLaCrosse Hunt Pac Extreme 2000G Hunting Boots
MSRP: $170
Finding footwear that fits Alaska’s demands is tough, but last season we put the Hunt Pac Extremes to the test…and loved them. Not only did the 2,000 grams of Thinsulate keep the feet warm, but the outer sole structure was comfortable and very durable. Even when walking on snow-covered shale slopes, this boot performed extremely well. The reinforced toe cap and heel offered abrasion resistance in all the places we took this boot, and the feet stayed 100% dry and warm, even when sitting for long periods.

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With breathable Airmesh and fleece lining, as well as a stretch-fit topline binding that snugs close to the calf to keep warmth in and the cold out, Woody Max boots are designed to provide protection and comfort in prolonged cold conditions—exactly the elements many Alaska hunters face.

fall09_danner_thumb.jpgDanner 453 GTX Hunting Boots
The new Danner 453 GTX boot picks up where their best selling model, the GTX, left off. This lightweight boot provides durable traction made for hiking in the rocky terrain of Alaska. Waterproof and highly abrasion resistant, the 5.5-inch ankle offers ample support while maintaining a comfy, athletic fit for hard-core hunters.

Danner Zigzag Hiking Boots fall11_danner_thumb.jpg
MSRP $150
Hunters will like this lightweight, sturdy boot for climbing. The Zigzag is built with a heel system and dual-density midsole that offers support and durability while remaining nimble. A waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex liner keeps feet dry, and full-grain nubuck leathers offer protection in cold and wet settings. A unique outsole with Danner’s lug patterns offer superior traction on a range of surfaces. The 6-inch boots weigh in at only 42 ounces.

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