Under Armour fans rejoice! At SHOT Show 2016, the brand announced the release of their Fat Tire GORE-TEX® hunting boots.
Under Armour, which was founded in 1996 to deliver performance-enhancing technologies to outdoor athletes, didn’t enter the hunting apparel market until 2004.
For more than decade, the brand has continued to exceed the expectations of hunters with the most technologically advanced gear and apparel on the market year after year.
With the release of the Fat Tire hunting boots for men, it’s a tell-tale sign that the brand still has plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
Weighing in at a mere 18-ounces, the Fat Tire hunting boots feature UA Storm technology to repel water without sacrificing breathability, GORE-TEX® construction making them 100 percent waterproof and windproof materials to shield you from the elements.
With the feel of an athletic shoe, the Fat Tire hunting boots are equipped with a Boa® Closure System to lock you in quicker than ordinary laces, Cupron® Anti-Fungal Pro Fibers to reduce odor and kill 99.9 percent of athlete’s foot fungus and charged cushioning that absorbs joint-damaging shock.
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What makes these boots truly unique is the rubber outersole made from Michelin® Wild Gripper for unmatched grip and traction. This innovative feature mimics the tread of a mountain-bike tire for exceptional alpine grip.
The Men’s UA Fat Tire Hunting Boots will be available at Sportsman’s Guide this spring.