Specs

men's
Height 14 in
Weight 3.82 lb
Sizes Men's 7-14

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Kamik's Men's Green Bay 4 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. Kamik Men's Greenbay4 Boot FEATURES of the Kamik Men's Greenbay4 Boot Waterproof 600 Duration Nylon Upper Removable 8mm Thermal Guard Liner Moisture Wicking Lining Lace Lock Snow Collar Adjustable Midfoot Velcro Strap Waterproof and Lightweight Synthetic RubberHe Shell Kamik's Prime Synthetic RubberHe Winter Outsole Comfort Rating: -40Adeg F / -40Adeg C

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Take deep snow head on with these 14 pac boots. Adjustable midfeet hook-and-loop fasteners provide a custom fit. Waterproof, flexible synthetic rubber shell and Duration 600-denier nylon uppers. Removable 8mm thermal guard liners and moisture-wicking linings. Lace-Lock Snow Collars keep snow out. Prime outsoles for increased traction. Imported.Order next size up if wearing with heavy socks. Height: 14 . Weight: 4.4 lbs. Men's whole sizes: 8-13. Color: Black. Size: 12. Color: Black. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Nylon. Type: Boots.

- Cabela's refers to the men's version

The Greenbay 4 from Kamik offers great snow protection thanks to it's 14" height, while being extremely warm with a Thinsulate foam liner.Rated to -40 F.Duration 600 nylon upper. Removable 200B Thinsulate foam liner. Lace lock snow collar. Mid-foot adjustable Velcro closure strap. Prime injected rubber bottom. Height 14".

- Campmor refers to the men's version

The Pack plays no matter how frozen its fans get, because the field has a defroster and because the smart fans slip on the Kamik Greenbay 4 Boot before they step out of their farmhouse. This boot's removable 8mm Thermal Guard felt liner really comes in handy if it's a night game, because it keeps your foot's warmth circulating down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. Hopefully they've got the win clenched by that point.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version