Browning Footwear Announces Line of Rubber Boots

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posted on August 24, 2017
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Browning Footwear has announced the brand's first line of rubber boots in the form of the X-Vantage 17-inch boot.

The new boots will be available in Mossy Oak Country and Realtree Xtra. The X-Vantage features an improved gusset design for less heal slip when walking. It also makes it easier to get the boot on and off.

The boot will be offered with Thinsulate Ultra insulation for cold days of hunting. Insulation options range from an un-insulated version or one with 800g or 1200g of insulation. The boot has a 17-inch shaft height for crossing small streams, wet grass and keeping users dry. The X-Vantage will come in full men's sizes ranging from 8-13.

For more information, go to BrowningFootwear.com.

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