Fellas are you in need of a camo hunting boot, but don’t know where to begin looking? Allow us to introduce you to the Rocky 8” Lynx Waterproof Insulated Hunting Boot.
This particular Rocky (#0007366) model is in the lightweight and flexible Lynx series, which is great for you because its features will keep you both warm and dry.
The upper of the Rocky 8” Lynx boot is constructed from a durable combination of 900 denier Cordura®, a MOBU (Mossy Oak Break Up) camo print, and complementary genuine brown full-grain leather. It is a great looking boot that can blend in well with your natural surroundings but can also be worn to the grocery store.
To be able and protect your toes from brush and rocks, an abrasion-resistant Tech Tuff shell toe is provided. This feature will also help maintain the look of your Rocky Lynx boots.
In order to assure dryness, the Rocky Lynx boots feature a genuine GORE-TEX® membrane, which is both waterproof and breathable. This assures that no external moisture (rain, snow, sleet or even puddles) can penetrate your boot, while internal moisture from perspiration can easily evaporate. A mesh lining, crafted to be breathable and moisture wicking, works along with the GORE-TEX® membrane. With these features, your feet will remain dry and comfortable.
If you’re going to be hunting, or just spending time outdoors, the temperature might be freezing but there is no reason why your feet should be cold. The Rocky Lynx boots provide warmth for your feet, and that comes from the 800 grams of genuine 3M Thinsulate Ultra™ insulation. This feature alone makes the Rocky Lynx the ideal boot to wear outdoors in wet, cold conditions.
To provide your feet with comfort, Rocky’s own Terra Suspension PU cushion (removable) footbed has been built underneath your foot. As well as a thick, impact-absorbing, compression molded EVA midsole.
The Lynx outsole is durable, rubber, and meant for all-terrain.
The Rocky Lynx boot is waterproof, will keep your feet warm, and is camo. What more could you ask for from a hunting boot? Oh, by the way – It’s ok to work in ‘em too.