First Look: LaCrosse Navigator Series Boots

posted on August 7, 2019

Combining Lacrosse’s 100-plus years of rubber expertise with the versatility of leather, the company’s new waterproof Navigator Series boots are designed for exceptional comfort, stability and durability in the field. The collection features two models: the Atlas and the Windrose.

The Atlas boot features a blend of premium rubber, leather and textile for ruggedness and a secure fit. Featuring a molded abrasion-resistant rubber toe cap and a heel built with a DuraFit molded rubber heel cup, the boot provides increased durability and stability on uneven terrain. A polyurethane footbed and thick midsole made of rubberized EVA allows for lightweight, cushioning comfort. The boot’s outsole features the company’s LXG rubber compound for optimal traction and grip on both wet and dry ground, while the InfiniTrac lug design morphs with the ground you’re walking on for enhanced performance. The Atlas is 100 percent waterproof, thanks a Dry-Core lining, and is available uninsulated or with 400G, 800G or 1200G PrimaLoft insulation. Available in solid brown, Realtree Edge and Mossy Oak Break-Up country. MSRP: $170-$200.

The Windrose is a versatile boot with an athletic feel, thanks to its rugged leather and textile upper with a lightweight, comfortable EVA midsole that delivers superior cushioning and shock absorbency. Like the Atlas, the Windrose features the company’s DuraFit heel cup that locks your heel in place for a snug, secure fit. The boot’s outsole contains multi-directional non-loading lugs for increased surface area and stability on uneven terrain. The Windrose’s 100 percent waterproof Dry-Core lining barrier allows moisture to escape without letting water in, and is available uninsulated or with 600G or 1000G Thinsulate insulation. Available in both men’s and women’s sizes in solid, Realtree Edge and Mossy Oak Break-Up Country. MSRP: $140-$160.

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