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Two soles are better than one.

Whether you're ice fishing or shoveling icy sidewalks, the Korkers IceJack Lace Boot for Men has the warmth and grip necessary to get the job done. The innovative OmniTrax sole system allows you to quickly change between a rubber lug sole and a carbide-studded IceTrac sole, ensuring you always have the right grip for the conditions. Add in the fully waterproof construction and a healthy dose of Thinsulate insulation, and you're more than ready for whatever old man winter throws your way.

  • Waterproof leather upper protects in tough winter weather and provides a classic boot look
  • Waterproof and breathable construction combines with tight webbing and stitching to keep your foot completely dry
  • 600g Thinsulate insulation keeps toes toasty warm
  • Additional insulation underfoot keeps your foot warm during stationary activities like ice fishing or snowmobiling
  • Omnitrax interchangeable sole system includes a SnowTrac rubber lug sole and a carbide-studded IceTrac sole for a secure grip in variable conditions
  • Traditional lace-up closure provides a secure fit
  • Molded toe and heel caps provide support and protection without sacrificing flexibility

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What is the weight of these boots?

What is the weight of these boots?

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Korkers lists these at 3 lbs. 5 oz though obviously that will vary somewhat with size.

5 5

Innovative design warm and keeps you dry

Got these boots for 50% off. Now Im feeling guilty! (Sorry Backcountry lol) So last November I spent about a week fishing from my 9ft pontoon boat. Just happend to be the coldest week of the winter. Launching from shore in my setup involves submersion to around 7-8 inches due to a shallow landing. The lake was just planted with 500 3-5 lb triploids so in any event wet feet dry feet it didnt matter I was gettin me some. Normally on a new boot like this I would apply Nikwax to condition the leather to soften the crease points a bit and enhance the waterproofing. Didnt a chance to and had to break em in on short notice. Not only did my feet stay bone dry but they kept my feet absolutely comftorable in sub 30s and freezing fog and feet propped on pegs and sitting still for two hours. Never got cold! Now what I reallyfeel the best part is, is that the soles are not enormus and cumbersome like a pac boot. They have a stiff sole but they are starting to break in nicely. For a 600g boot it beat my expectations and then some. Would recommend these in a heartbeat especially on sale your stealing em.