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Rocky 9" Blizzard Stalker Work Boots - Steel Toe

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Rocky 9

Original Price: $179.99

$169.99

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3.0 (2 Reviews)

Item Number: 050C89

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    • Put your best foot forward in the winter weather wearing these Rocky boots!
    • Nylon and leather uppers are Rocky guaranteed waterproof
    • ASTM F2413-05 Electrical Hazard Standard
    • Multi-directional Blizzard Max Outsole
    • Ultra warm with waterproof Thinsulate insulation
    • ASTM F2413-05 I/75 C/75 Protective Toe Classification

    Rocky Boots are built to outlast, outperform, and flat out impress! The Rocky Blizzard Stalker Pro boot features a leather and nylon upper. Waterproof construction in and out. 1200 grams of Thinsulate insulation. 9" lace up shaft. Multi-directional blizzard max outsole. Broad round toe. Block heel. Imported.

     

    Six month Rocky waterproof guarantee. To maintain waterproofing, apply silicone spray.

    Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by First pair of Rocky workboots initially bought because of the thick rubber around the back sides and over the steelcap on the front. took a couple of weeks to soften and get comfortable, once worn in very comfortable. have had this pair for nearly six months and wear for 10-14 hours a day and will definately buy another pair when eventually wear out January 21, 2013
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Good for a while then junk them Intially these are pretty good boots. I needed something cheap to replace a pair of Rocky DeerStalkers that fell apart while hunting. The place where the leather is sewn to the rubber is a fail point, even in these. In time the rubber will dry and crack like on my old DeerStalkers which only lasted a couple years. The rest of the boot was perfect. The rubber/leather joint failed on a hunt in deep snow. Luckily I was close to camp and walked back and tossed them in the trash, which is where these will go at the first sign of problems. I suspect all Rocky boots made this way are short lived. I'll get a different brand next time but needed something quickly so I got these. November 29, 2012
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