Browning Footwear Announces the Watson and Hastings Upland Hunting Boot

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posted on September 2, 2017
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Browning has continued to flesh out its line of footwear, most recently with the addition of the new Watson and Hastings upland boots.

Both the Watson and Hastings feature all-leather construction and the Trulast performance foot-shape geometry for better fit in hunting applications. Both boots also feature Climate Command waterproof technology, ensuring they'll hold up on early mornings with wet grass.

The Watson boot is designed to fit the class wellington style slip on boot. The Hastings is also a wellington-style boot, but features a moc toe design to add to its style.

Both boots are available in men's sizes from 8-13, with half sizes in 9.5, 10.5 and 11.5. Both ship with an MSRP of $149.99.

For more information, go to BrowningFootwear.com.

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