Insulated LaCrosse Burly Classic Knee Boot with Dan's Five Star Chap

$139.99
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DAN’S HUNTING GEAR FROGLEGS are constructed using an outer layer of stout material that is lined with very water repellent nylon to help stop any moisture that gets through the outerlayer, plus they easily turn briars. The nylon goes all the way down to the lower ankle of the boot, providing the boots and your legs with protection from sharp sticks and briars.They are carefully made, and then sewn and sealed to the boots of your choice. DAN’S HUNTING GEAR FROGLEGS can be attached to your belt using the adjustable straps, or foldeddown and snapped at your knees using the snaps in the leggins and the boots.

Dan's Five Star Chap
Our best-selling chap is made of the same nylon fabric as our Rugged Wear Clothing and the former Wick Outdoor Works. Lightweight, flexible and just as tough as our brush buster chap. 100% waterproof. (brown)

LaCrosse Burly Classic Boot 

  • Chevron Tread
  • Ankle Fit
  • Adjustable Top Strap
  • Premium ZXT Rubber
  • Polymeric Foam Insulation
  • Comfort Range: -20°F to 60°F
  • Color: OD Green
  • 4.5 lbs
  • Imported

How to Measure
To determine the size you need, measure over your jeans around the largest part of your leg at the upper thigh then add 2" or 3" to that measurement. For the inseam go 2" to 3" shorter than your normal inseam: We recommend 3" shorter. If you’re between sizes, most folks choose the short length.

 

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  • 5
    Dual purpose hip boot and upland game boot

    Posted by Michael Rinnels on 18th Mar 2020

    I custom ordered my hip boots to use mainly for trapping. I have a 36" inseam and size 14 feet, so I ordered them using the recommended measurements. It's nice to have a hip boot that comes up as high as they do, as most "generic" hip boots come up to mid-thigh on me, and those extra few inches do come in handy when wading through a creek. I've only worn them for 10-15 hrs, but they are very comfortable and they keep my feet dry--exactly what you want. And when pheasant season rolls around next fall, I'll be dry and able to cross most creeks and bust through the nasty brush and thorns without worry.