IceArmor Men's Sub-Zero X Rubber Boots

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$169.99
Item No.: F16833

Product Details

Product Details

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Cold and soggy feet will never ruin your fishing day if you're wearing IceArmor Sub-Zero X Rubber Boots! These 100% waterproof rubber boots are rated to provide you with optimal warmth to -40-degrees and feature removable wool liners for extra warmth and comfort. Its tie closure prevents slush, snow, or mud from entering your boots. Whether you're hole hopping this winter or tracking a deer through the woods, IceArmor Sub-Zero X Rubber Boots will keep your dry, warm, and comfortable.


  • Outer: 100% rubber
  • Liner: 82% synthetic, 18% wool
  • 100% waterproof
  • Full rubber construction
  • Reflective cuff with tie close
  • Removable wool padded inner liner for extra warmth and comfort
  • -40-degrees F rating
  • True traction grip on slippery surfaces
  • Heel kick tab for easy removal

IceArmor Sub-Zero X Rubber Boots are made in the U.S.A.

Ratings & Reviews

3 Reviews

A great choice in ice boots

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I have two different set of boots for ice fishing and this particular one outperforms the other. 100% water proof and keeps your feet warm. My feet gets cold 2 out of 10 ice fishing trip only when I spent over 8 hours in frigid weather without shelter or heater with this pair of boots. There are about 3 things that could be improved which are 1. Too bulky on the top part of boots which I find quite hard to put on with ice bibs, 2. 100% water proof comes with the material which is 100% rubber so it's very heavy compare to my other boots, 3. Once there is any sort of water in the boots, it stays forever due to poor to no air circulation even from your own sweat. Overall it's very good ice boots. I would buy it again if I needed to.

Boots

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Not a bad boot I little bulky at the top but other that not bad

Very comfortable

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These are a great boot in every way possible, however my feet were frozen in about 4 hours at -4 deg F. My feet don't normally get cold easily..