Crispi Colorado GTX Uninsulated Hunting Boot
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Field Notes - "With the exception of extremely cold temperatures, the Colorado is my "do it all" boot. I hunt a lot in steep, rocky terrain, which is usual... Read More >
- Upper: Water Repellant Suede
- GORE-TEX®: Performance Comfort Footwear Lining
- Sole: Vibram® sole with dual-density polyurethane shock absorbing midsole
- A.B.S.S.: Ankle Bone Support Structure, a Crispi Exclusivel
- Protection: Kevlar Triple Stitched Polyurethane Coated Leather Rand
- Flex of 4 (1-5)
- 8" tall
- Weight: 1.7 lbs
- Manufacture Warranty: 1 year for time of purchase
- Manufacture Item#: 2680-2863
- For an in-depth comparison of all Crispi Uninsulated Boots check out our Comparison Chart
Named after the state where success is usually found in the high country around 13,000 feet, the Crispi Colorado GTX is built to get your there, help you succeed, and get you home with a heavy pack.
The Colorado upper is made out of water-repellent suede, high-resistance fabric and is lined with Gor-Tex performance lining to ensure maximum waterproof action. Optimum ankle support for side hilling and heavy pack outs is provided with the added Ankle Bone Support System (ABSS). A polyurethane coated leather rand is triple stitched around the base of the boot to protect the foot from external impacts. The lightweight uninsulated hunting boot is rounded off with a duel density polyurethane Vibram sole which provides comfort in high impact areas as well as grip in the nastiest of conditions.
"With the exception of extremely cold temperatures, the Colorado is my "do it all" boot. I hunt a lot in steep, rocky terrain, which is usually pretty hard on boots, resulting in me having to get a new pair each year. That won't be the case with the Colorado's, as they are built like a tank, and have held up extremely well. The support from a stiffer sole and the A.B.S.S. has been a huge help, especially on heavy packouts or on steeper angles."
- Alex Millward