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This is a lightly used set of mens size 11 boots that I have worn maybe 8 times to shovel my walk in and used for 1 day on a snowmobile. I bought them used from someone who walked around in them for a couple hours to try them out and then never used them again. They are great boots and are very warm and very comfortable. They have a thicker sole on them so they don't work as well for snowmobiling as I wanted them too. if it weren't for that I would keep them. There is absolutely noting wrong with the boots and they look really good. Here is a picture and description from Cabela's and I will get a pic taken and posted of the actual boots. There is a link at the bottom to the webpage. Retail is $169 and I'm asking $125 shipped.

"Proven Performance!" Jeff King, four-time Iditarod champion
From the Iditarod trail to the treestand, these boots have proven they are true cold-weather performers. A 13mm Texel® removable liner reflects heat inward to minimize loss. Beneath that, the moisture trap footbed wicks away perspiration and condensation. A 1/2" layer of EVA foam, coupled with the nylon-covered Phylon midsole, puts 3" of cold-blocking material between your feet and the ground. The tough, flexible vamps are protected by a triple-layer, abrasion-resistant toe guard, and the rubber toe cap ensures longer wear. These 15" boots have a reflective, lightweight waterproof shell with lightweight, reflective nylon shafts. Radiantex™ reflective coating. The 8" liner allows for pants inside the boots, and the rip-stop nylon gaiter has a cord-locked drawcord to keep out snow. There's easy to tighten, thanks to a one-pull ball bearing lacing system. Inside, a heat pack pocket allows you to insert toe warmer heat packs. Replacement Liners and a Heat Pack also are available.

http://www.cabelas.com/link-12/pod/0006182.shtml
 
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