Rocky BroadHead Footwear for Bowhunters

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posted on January 15, 2013
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Bowhunters are their own breed and have very specific requirements when they're in the field—and Rocky Boots set out to fulfill a few of those requirements with its new BroadHead line.

The BroadHead line is designed to be agile enough for whatever challenges a hunt may present—whether the hunter's on the ground, in a tree or mid-stalk. The boots feature an athletic fit and styling with a zip-up shell that's made from VapourFlex, a waterproof and stretchable fabric.

The BroadHead styles include six-inch and 16-inch zip-up hikers available in a Realtree Xtra pattern. The six-inch boots will ship with an MSRP of $189.99 and the 16-inch style will retail for $284.99.

Get a closer look at the BroadHead line—as well as a preview of some of Rocky's other upcoming products—in the video below.

BroadHead Features:

• VapourFlex Shell
• Climate IQ Technology
• Athletic Fit
• Aggressive Outsole and Tread

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