Trukke - Powersport III Boots

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    Trukke Powersport III Boots

    Trukke Powersport III boots are designed for long days in the cold and to keep feet toasty warm. This boot has a removable Thermolite-plus liner with a moisture wicking lining to keep feet well insulated and dry. The easy-to-use, two buckle system makes boot entry and removal an easy process. The 12 inch height of the Powersport III accommodates deep snow. The waterproof lower blocks the entry of snow and ice while the highly water repellent nylon upper helps keep water at bay. A grip tread sole provides unsurpassed traction on snowy surfaces. A full length internal EVA midsole provides extra support for all day comfort. RATED TO -40F (-40C)

    Features:
    • 12" tall boots with protection down to -40F/-40C
    • Removable moisture wicking fleece liner
    • DuPont Thermolite 200g full-foot insulation
    • Full-length internal EVA filler for extra comfort
    • Anatomically curved buckles and pull tabs
    • Rigid, slightly rockered sole for easy walking
    • Grip tread sole for traction on snowy surfaces
    • Replacement liners sold separately
    • Item # 23994

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    Trukke - Powersport III Boots

    Awesome warmth and durability, Great for deep-snow trekking.

    Mark - March 25, 2010

    (Westerville, OH)
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