Outdoor Life magazine presented a coveted 2014 Boot Test Great Buy Award to Bass Pro Shops RedHead Deer Trax rubber hunting boots. These 16” waterproof boots with 600 grams of 3M™ Thinsulate, designed to keep hunters’ feet dry, warm and comfortable, were selected by Outdoor Life as giving hunters the best bang for their buck.
“Outdoor Life’s ratings give you the unbiased and accurate truth on outdoor gear,” said Andrew McKean, editor of Outdoor Life. “Products are thoroughly tested, and winning items earn the title based exclusively on the hard data and scores. So when we say a particular item is the best, you can take that to the bank.”
The Outdoor Life Great Buy Award, considered one of the hardest-earned badges in the industry, is based on the results from a series of scores each item receives for various categories during a specially designed and thorough testing process. Following the tests, the scores are tallied and the top product is deemed an Outdoor Life Editor’s Choice Award winner. Going one step further, Outdoor Life also considers the costs of the products and those that offer the best value are named Great Buy Award winners.
The RedHead Deer Trax hunting boots are made of vulcanized rubber for 100 percent waterproof protection while the 600 grams of 3M Thinsulate ultra insulation are designed to keep feet warm. The unique ankle-fit design provides a secure fit and the removable orthotic insoles, EVA midsoles, and durable rubber outsoles provide comfort and outstanding traction and performance in the field. Hunters can expect all this and a great deal at $99.99 a pair.
- Sure footing and waterproof warmth for the hunt
- 100% waterproof
- All vulcanized rubber provides strong moisture barrier
- 600g 3M Thinsulate Ultra insulation for warmth
- Ankle-fit design assures a more snug fit than similar boots
- Removable orthotic insole
- EVA midsole for all-day comfort
- Durable rubber outsole for outstanding traction
- MSRP $99.99
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