IceArmor® by Clam Men's Rise Float Parka
- Motion Float technology adds buoyancy
- Waterproof construction
- 100-gram fixed insulation
- 3M reflective material
- Waterproof phone pouch
The IceArmor by Clam Men's Rise Float Parka offers warm insulation and Motion Float technology for the safety, mobility and breathability you demand for ice fishing. This IceArmor float suit has an internal buoyancy that provides assistance with flotation in the event of an ice break-through (not a USCG-Approved PFD). It's waterproof with 100-gram fixed insulation for warmth, and 3M™ reflective material throughout. Two-way storm flaps seal out moisture and a waterproof pouch protects your phone. Multiple zippered chest pockets and two large front pockets hold your gear in easy reach. The adjustable drawcord hood can be removed for use with other head protection. Utility loops for attaching gear. Float Bibs (sold separately). The IceArmor by Clam Rise Float Parka for men is perfect for early-and-late-season ice anglers or any safety-minded outdoors enthusiast. Imported.
IceArmor® by Clam Extreme Advantage Bib
- Soft-touch 300-denier waterproof, windproof, breathable shell
- Padded, 1,000-denier ballistic nylon knees
- Removable liner with 150-gram 3M Thinsulate Insulation
- Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets
- 3M reflective material throughout bib
Out on the ice, the less fumbling required to access your gear, the better. That's why the IceArmor by Clam Extreme Advantage Bibs make perfect sense for a well-equipped ice fishing junkie like yourself. These hard-working bibs have a place for everything, so you can quickly deploy any needed accessory, such as your line cutter, hook remover, fish towel, and any other essential without kicking things over, and get right back to your fishing. The Extreme Advantage Bibs are built around a soft-touch 300-denier waterproof, windproof, breathable shell reinforced with padded, 1,000-denier ballistic nylon knee patches and a 150 gram 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation liner that's designed for easy removal in milder conditions. These easy-wearing bibs come well-equipped from top to bottom: two-way front zipper with magnetic storm flap, fleece-lined handwarmer pockets, long two-way leg zips with magnetic storm flaps, adjustable inseam system with storm gaiters, adjustable nylon suspenders with quick-release clasps and a built-in rapid drainage system. Special gear-access features include retractable D-rings, removable towel holder with magnetic release, in-and-out snapback cargo pockets and a waterproof phone pouch. Imported.
If you're the market for an awesome ice fishing bin stay tuned up. More sports has got. You covered everybody met Seth you're not. More sports and we're about to break down. One of clams the newest bibs in the ice armor extreme advantage bib. This is an incredible bib guys it's gonna have. All the bells and whistles you're looking for but before. We dive into new now let's tell about size. What size you wear how's. It fit absolutely about 510 hundred eighty-five pounds I'm wearing a size large go see there's a little bit big on. Me the lengths not too bad but. Ido have a little bit of access for room in here. Iwould probably size down to the medium be a little bit. More comfortable but. You wanted to be comfortable especially your whole hop in. And get known on your knees sometimes. If you're not just sitting on a chair in the shelter.
You want them to be comfortable so. Ido like them a little bit looser. These tend to be a little too big for me so. Iprobably size down in the medial but somewhat staff. And the features some of the new add-ons. They put on this piece oh absolutely. And guys that's so nice of Matt broke down fit for us. Because that's such the hard part about shopping online so frequently so keep in mind 45-day user-friendly return exchange policy in the event. We couldn't each figure. It out with this video. Or over the phone will take care of. You no problem but Matt brings my great ones. You got to break this thing down for you. Because there's some really cool features start at the top really nice adjustable strap that's gonna make for a much. More specific fit much.
More comfortable and that's what's so nice about. You hit the bottom we'll give. You guys a great idea of how. This thing can be adjusted to fit almost. Any bill so again great features coming down nice waterproof cell phone case of course. Anything you need to keep waterproof in there. Ilike to keep my phone in there it's so nice to be close to the body keep. When you're out holed hopping and. One of my favorite additions guys really nice retractable clip on. This hook your tools. It can hook your washcloth. Whatever you want to hook onto. This thing it is there. And it's really easy to grab on to so. This job again Matt. One of these pockets feeling like those offenders yeah really nice fleece line great for my ego put your phone wallet but.
Even nice just could be able to slide your hands. And on a warmer day. Ihave my jacket off too I'm gonna show. You guys it's really nice zip around here. Once again magnetic storm fly off just like the jacket well they're super easy damn Silvana. And that's a big zipper to get inside. And then you also see. Some internal pockets on. That really comfortable on the inside cuz. All fleece line and then there is a removable liner which will zoom up on. And you'll see you'll be able to zip. Than just the shell so much like the liner in the jacket. That kind of puffer style liner in there you'll be able to zip. That out if these kind of get too warm for you. Because just like the jacket. These aren't very large can wear. These in below zero temps. And say 20 toast feeding these mclamb also doesn't make. Some awesome layering if. You need as well and I'm glad. You brought that up mat. Because having that removable liner. Even in the bib makes.
This so versatile even early spring fishing or late fall it's nice to have. That protection from the wind of the water but. You don't need that insulation solvent great job by clam on. That yeah and coming down the side Matt brings up a really great toy guys super awesome the zip. All the way to the hip on. And again with that whole magnetic idea clam is still doing. All along here and they've really beefed up. This protection guys it's a dual storm flap along. That with that magnetic so. What I like about those magnets matt is. They don't stop and hang up. When you're trying to bring this been open. And again what's so nice about. You can create this baby. All the way up to the hip.
And open her up and that's what's such a nice feature. Some venting on you want nice glove friendly poles great job by clam on. And again good boot Gator down at the bottom. You happen to be trudging through. Some deeper snow or your whole Hoffman can keep your really protective good reflectivity. All the way throughout on those two guys beautiful logos they're not too loud. Ilike to is nice reinforced knees. And down on the knees. All the time and that's a good sign. That means you're catching fish guys. And so that's a good job by clam nice stow able pockets guys good velcro closure on. You can put all kinds of different stuff on. This that's what I love about. This there's so many spots to put. One of my final favorite features really nice magnetic white that's going to be able to connect really easy on. And off good job by clam on as well absolutely we're loving the new clam extreme advantage parka top. And bottom guys it's an awesome suit.
You can find a geared up north sports calm. We have the sizing chart on our website as well. This is available in a very wide range of sizes so hopefully beyond the size for you. You have any questions about. Any of the clam gear. We sell here please call. Us here at up North Sports talk to stuff myself mix our ice fishing manager. One of our awesome customer service. We want to help you get into your new ice fishing gear. You found this video helpful for you today please like. And subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can leave any comments. And questions about. Any of the product reviews set. Ido we're gonna respond to those for you guys. You want to talk to. Us in person like I mentioned guys give. Is a shout you have. Any questions we'd love to help. You can reach us at eight six three five 8500.
IceArmor™ by Clam Outdoors™ Men's Extreme Advantage Parka
- Soft-touch waterproof fabric
- Removable liner jacket
- Two retractable D-rings on chest
- Waterproof phone pouch
- Magnetic fish towel release
The IceArmor by Clam Outdoors Men's Extreme Advantage Parka is the perfect coat for the guy who has every tool made for ice fishing. This waterproof jacket has the warmth and breathable comfort of an insulated coat, and is designed to carry ice-fishing gear including line cutters, hook removers, fish towels and a cell phone. The ice suit is made of a soft-touch fabric with 3M™ reflective material throughout, with a removable liner to adjust to the weather. There's a two-way magnetic storm flap, adjustable hood, adjustable sleeve cuffs and two retractable D-rings for miscellaneous accessories on the chest. The IceArmor by Clam Outdoors Men's Extreme Advantage Parka has three oversized cargo pockets with snap closures, a magnetic fish towel release and a waterproof pouch to protect your electronic devices. Machine washable. Imported.
Muck® Unisex Arctic Sport™ Extreme-Conditions Sport Boots
- 100% waterproof, lightweight and flexible CR flex-foam
- Cold-blocking 2mm thermal foam underlays
- EVA midsoles and contoured footbeds
- Stretch-fit calf bindings
- Aggressive MS-1 outsoles
Rugged, snow- and ice-treading durability for the most punishing winter conditions. CR flex-foam booties with a four-way stretch nylon overlays for 100% waterproof performance that’s lighweight and flexible for easy-walking comfort. Cold-blocking 2mm thermal foam underlays in the instep areas preserve body heat. Breathable, moisture-wicking Airmesh™ linings for high-activity, all-day dryness. Step-cushioning EVA midsoles with ergonomic, contoured footbeds. Calf-hugging stretch-fit bindings seal in warmth. Double reinforcement in the insteps, heels and Achilles areas for long-lasting wear resistance. Aggressive MS-1 outsoles provide all-terrain stability and traction. Toe caps with wrap-up bumpers. Imported.
Comfort range: -40° to 60°
Avg. wt: 4.70 lbs./pair.
Berkley® Pink Fish Gloves
Highly flexible with a textured rubber grip. These pink gloves ergonomically fit the shape of female anglers while providing exceptional grip and protection from fish-handling hazards. Imported.
ThermaCELL® Heated Insoles Car Charger
- Charges ThermaCELL heated insoles in three hours or less
- Charges two rechargeable heated insoles at once, from your car
- Green LED indicator light comes on when charge is complete
A quick and simple charger for use with ThermaCELL Rechargeable Heated Insoles (sold separately). Charges two insoles in three hours or less. Green LED indicator goes out when charge is complete. Charge lasts up to five hours.
Input: 12/24-volt DC.
It go everybody redneck in a hat here that's comfort of day. That probably come in real handy in the wintertime I've used. Ilike themI'm going to show. What it is something from thermacell by the way. What these are is a thermacell wireless rechargeable heated insoles pretty self-explanatory their wireless. They recharge they eat the inside of your shoes keeps the feet warm but not hot it's not going to make your feet sweat just because of the heat actually it's going to help regulate your feet temperature. And maybe keep them from sweating my feet slipped really bad. When I'm out in the cold. Iguess because of the temperature of my feet trying to heat up. Everything but anyway. It makes my feet sweat much my socks get wet. These do help. Ican put these in my boots. It they've got a thermostat in them toward. When your feet starts getting hot. You know shut off power down till your feet start getting cold again. They may power back on. They just basically help regulate to eat of your feet but without getting them too hot so. You can use these in tennis shoes. You use them in boots about. Any kind of shoes that would hold a commune.
Or an insult so you're going to have to take your insult out of your out of your boots. These in and place of the insole just in your boots. They come in a variety of sizes. You have to go on the website. And check your shoe size to see. What size you wear. These here are a large. They say for men size nine to seven. And a half and women size 10 to eight. And a half and I'm in there Neil ate. And a half to nine these fit my shoes just bright my work boots. You can trim you can trim. It to fit just in case your work boot is a little narrower. You know you know comes. More to a point to being rounded. You can kind of trim. It a little bit to fit. Idon't think I had to trim mine looking at them no but. It they've got extra large thing. They got them all the way up to. Ithink size 13 and a half. You were a bigger shoe size of. That he's still probably come in there.
That might be just a little short not bad, but they're rechargeable. They recharge in four hours. Or less depending on how low. You run them down you know the time before. You use them got built-in lithium ion battery to charge lasts on medium heat about five hours on high you're maybe looking at two. And a half to three hours he's great for hunting now. If you're sitting in a tree stand. Something like that for a couple hours. You want some heat just to help keep the bottom of your feet from getting cold. They weren't great comes with a little remote carry your pocket that's about the size of a key fob on your car key chain. You can probably put. This on your car key chain. You wanted I never did. Ijust put this in my pocket my coat pocket. Or coveralls pocket it's got the off button. It says no heat so it basically shuts shut stayed off they're still on, but they're not using much power much your battery then.
You got medium heat. And then you got high heat so. You want to put these in your shoes. You know when you're getting out of the truck to go to your tree stand stick them in there. They got an on and off switch on. You know before you stick them in your shoes make a little on. And off button right here little flap plus you're charging port right there to plug. It in turn them on slide them down in here in your shoes put shoes back on out. This in your pocket. You don't have to turn. It on wait till you get your tree stand your feet start getting a little cold. You know turn it on pull. This out your pocket turn. This is your thermacell charter the wall charger. That plugs into your wall. And of course it's got a wife on. You can plug them both in at the same time it's going to split a little light here tells.
Whether it's charging whether it's fully charged. And there's your plugs please plug into the back of the insole see here plugs in just like. You plug it in there is a little flashing light in there. Idon't have this plugged in so it's not going to show up. And there's the little switch to shut them off turn them on that's right there too but. You plug both of these in at the same time. You get into the house. Or the camper whatever just taking plug them. And let them charge. Ibelieve you can get a 12 volt cigarette lighter charger to. That way you didn't want to charge them. You know a vehicle and truck. Something you can still charge them their water resistant. You fall in the creek get a lot of water in your shoes it's not waterproof just water resistant so.
You did get your soft wet not so wet it's probably not going to ruin. You can put these probably about. Any size of any type of shoe size to use for hunting work play the football game be really good. You know then cold football games we've had a. This year that would probably help keep your feet won't sit in a pair in the stadium. You want to check these out online maybe order a pair. Ilike them what I wore them again yeah I'd order them again it's a great rechargeable. That in the descriptionI'm going to put a link to. You can check them out. You want to buy them. You can that's all I've got thanks for watching redneck. And a hatI'm outI'll see.
I'm Bill Legman staff writer for a high valley outdoor magazine over the years I've tried to keep my feet warm with different types of socks different types of boots electric socks toe warmers. And foot warmers I've had little. Any success in the february2014 issue of a high valley outdoor x pro staff writer danny fatty reviewed the thermos cell heated insoles after reading Denny's review. Ihad to find out more about. This product thermacell makes two styles the heated insoles. And the pro flex heated insoles there are. Some features common to. Both styles there's three temperature settings no heat which is a sleep mode medium for a hundred degrees. And high for 111 degrees there is a built-in heat sensor to maintain consistent temperature. Both have rechargeable lithium-ion polymer batteries the batteries take 4 hours are less fully charged. And can last up to five hours. When fully charged the lithium-ion polymer batteries are rechargeable over 500 times the insoles are made from polyurethane foam. And can be trimmed to fit a range of sizes. And widths both have a water resistant fabric liner on the bottom. Both have a wireless remote control with a replaceable battery. And a lanyard this remote is uniquely coded specifically to match the insoles. And works up to 7 feet away. Each style comes with a polymer drawstring travel bag. Both styles come with a one-year warranty the heated insoles feature batteries. That are embedded inside the souls. They come with an AC outlet charger.
And there is an optional Clark charger. You simply turn on the heated insoles. And insert them into your shoes. Or boots the pro flex heated insoles feature removable battery. That fits flush with the insoles. This is a nice feature since. You don't need to remove the insoles to charge the batteries. And the insoles are made from multi-layer poly urethane foam. These include a charging cable. That plugs into a USB. Or an AC outlet and the charger also acts as a holder for carrying the batteries. When not in use you can get an optional battery pack. That lets you continue using the insoles. One set of batteries is recharging obviously. Ihave to find out if these will keep my feet from getting cold I've been up in. This tree stand now for a couple hours since early. This morning temperatures up to probably a balmy 10 to 12 degrees.
And the winds finally started to die off well I'm out here. Iwanted to give these thermacell heated insoles to try to see. If they actually work so. What I did was one in my left boot. And right now my left foots nice and comfortable my right foot is cold. Both the heated insoles. And a pro flex heated insoles come in a range of sizes from small to extra extra-large based on men's. And women's sizes they come with a well-written owners manual. That includes tips on trimming to size. And instructions on how to test. If they're working the MSRP for the heated insoles is 130 499. And 180 499 for the pro flex heated insoles store. And internet pricing can vary substantially for more information check out the thermacell website at heat dot thermacell calm.
Going on my name is John in. This video I'm doing another product review today we're looking at the heavy-duty pro flex heated insole with bluetooth by thermal cell. These insoles are battery powered. And controlled via bluetooth from your Android. Or Apple device they're supposed to keep your feet warm for up to eight. And a half hours and recharge in less. Than two let me break. This video down for you real quick the first thing we're going to do is unbox. It takes a closer look at. It then I'm going to show. How to download the free app. How to use it I'm going to test out the battery life we're going to test out max temperature. And then I'm going to tell. How my own field testing went. And then after that we're going to wrap. It up with pros cons. Where to get how much. And that's it so here. We go here we go the thermo cell heated insoles. These are wireless rechargeable. These are the pro-flex heavy-duty with bluetooth.
If you're looking at them on the shelves you're looking at sizes. You can find it up here. And also find it at the bottom sizing chart in the back we're going to talk about. That a little bit later let's open. It up you've got the two insole got the battery charger with the two batteries in. It charge cord part. That plugs into the wall the instructions got. One disclaimer telling you. These work difference in the chemical heaters. That you're used to. This is like a customer service card. And then a bag to throw. Everything together. When you're done using them really nice. They actually provide a bag. You slip these in here like. This throw the charger in with. It you're all set to go the insoles themselves pretty straightforward the soft there's a little bit of a tab in the back. You can see that right there so. When it's down in your boot. You can pull it out flips.
It over there is a little bit of a line we'll talk about. This in a little bit but. You can trim it to a certain point to fit your boots a little bit better. And then you look really close there's a number. That identifies one of your insoles you're going to want to write. That down to remember. That helps it comes time to sync with your bluetooth, but we'll talk about. That ok let's look at the charger real quick battery obviously goes in. Either side micro USB plugs in over here USB plugs in so. You can plug it into the wall otherwise. You want to put it in your car possibly a computer. Iguess since it's USB. You can do that way. Now let's talk about the batteries real quick. You pull them out of the charger. It has to be slid out. You pull all the way out. You could crack off. This little red piece. And that's what charges. It up so make sure you're sliding in. That goes with the insoles as well, so I'm going to do is slide.
When you're powered up. What you're going to see is right in here it's going to blink red. And green for 10 to 15 seconds. And that's just letting you know. You have power to the insula. Now the battery itself is really soft so you're not really going to feel. It too much when you're walking around hopefully as far sighs. And goals you can flip. You can find it at the bottom here on the heel. This is a large from size seven. And a half to nine to give. You an idea that looks like. This is an insole from a running shoe that's a ten which is just slightly bigger so. Ithink the sizing actually is pretty decent on these. If they're a little bit too big like. Ishowed you before.
You can flip them over. You can trim it gives. You the line you don't want to go past. That line that must be. Some coils and stuff are in there. You don't want to damage those but. You can trim them a little bit to fit your shoe. Or your boot whatever. You put them in I'm going to put up a sizing chart on the screen right. You guys want to take a look at. It pauses it for a second pretty straightforward guys. You took a closer look at the product let. How to get that free app as well. How to use the thing let's go to the App Store search thermos el turno feel heated product app comes up download. Once that's done you're going to see. It on your desktop there but before. That let's go to settings Bluetooth the two numbers. That are on the top there those are the ones.
That correspond with the numbers. That are inside the battery compartment on the insole. It shows that they're not connected let's not connect them. Now the app will actually connect them so let's back out of their go to the app. And then you can register I'm going to skip. This right, and then we're going to add nearby products. Ialready named and previously. Some John's insoles you'll get the opportunity to name yours too right. Now it's picking up the left. And the right I'm going to hit add. You first set up your device it's going to ask. You for a four-digit code to unlock the heated device. Ialready set mine up, so I'm going to put the number in hit submit ok then here. We are showing that my insoles are inactive. Iclick on John's insoles.
It takes you to your. You know the main screen. That you're going to use. What is showing on the left. And the right is how much battery is left in the left in Seoul in the right in Seoul right. Now it's on no heat, so they're not on. Ican switch it to low. Now your insoles are on medium. Or high the other thing that's kind of cool is. You can link them you can see link on top there. Idon't link them you control them independently maybe your right foots cold your left foots cold but. You link them they're always. Both on the same temperature setting now. You back out of this app it'll stay running in the background just. You back out of the app doesn't mean they're going to shut off. They do stay on and then. You can go you know browse the internet. And text your buddies. Whatever you want to do so. It does stay on in the background. And that's pretty much. All right now moving on to. Some testing the first thing we're going to look at is.
These lithium ion batteries the claim is. They charge less than two hours. And you're supposed to be able to charge them as. Many as 500 times you put the batteries in the charger you're going to see orange lights come on. That means the battery is not fully charged. Each battery has a separate light for this test. Icompletely drained. Both batteries before putting them in after. One hour and 51 minutes the first battery became completely charged three minutes later at. One hour and 54 minutes the second battery became completely charged. Both green lights came on in less. Then two hours so that checked out okay. Now we're going to move on guys. These batteries are supposed to last eight.
And a half hours on low heat. When the insoles are powered up we're going to test. That out right now the battery is completely charged. Iturn the left insole on low in the right insole on high put together a time-lapse hour-by-hour until the batteries were completely dead for this test the insoles were not in a boot. They were sitting out in a pretty ideal condition about 67 degrees the battery on low made. It seven and a half hours with temperatures ranging from eighty to ninety-nine degrees seven. And a half is just shy of the eight. And a half hour battery life as advertised the battery on high only made. And a half hours with temperatures ranging from 105 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit. If you're wondering how those temperatures compared to the advertised temperatures on low setting the insoles are supposed to reach a hundred degrees.
Isaw attempts up to 99 degrees which is right on as far as the high setting temps are supposed to reach 115 degrees. Imeasured temperatures as high as 113 degrees which is also pretty close the next thing. Iwanted to do was a temperature test looking at the hot. And cold spots on these insoles using the infrared surface to monitor. And since a lot of you guys are familiar with chemical hand warmers I'm going to throw. One of those into the mix as well after 20 minutes the chemical heater was only in the 90s. Though the max advertised temperature for this particular product was 156 degrees. Iknow from experience. These things will get way hotter but 20 minutes obviously was enough to crank. It up on the flip side the insole did reach max temperature in only 20 minutes.
You can see from the video the hottest part of the insole was just past the ball of your foot up by the to--let's right in the middle temperatures during this test reached 112 degrees Fahrenheit the rest of the insole didn't really heat up much at. All especially around the heel by the battery. It stayed about room temperature. This test showed me two things the first thing is. That the insoles warm up closer to the toes. Where people's feet typically get colder the second is. These chemical heaters get way hotter. These insoles do it seems. That the insults get to a maximum temperature a lot faster okay guys. Iwant to talk about real-world field testing.
Idid with these products the first time. Iused them a huge snowstorm came ripping through followed by temperatures. That were well below zero degrees outside. Ihad to get in a tree stand for some late season bull hunting I had a long walk to my stand so. Ifigured these heated insoles perfect light boots light socks. Ican walk to my stand no problem not lugging you know big boots with. And I'll flip them on. Iget to the stand no worries. Ishould have done a better job of reading the directions. And trying to figure. These things out first. It was a disaster within an hour my feet were absolutely freezing to the point. Iwas on the border probably unsafe got out of my stand head back to the cabin so the first outing with.
These things not so good but before returning them. Even throwing them in the garbage. Idecided to actually open up the instructions read. It go online see what some other people had to say about. And try to figure these things out a little bit. More ok guys two problems here the first. One was uninsulated boots. Ithought I could just get to my stand flip my phone on these things would heat up. And I'd be fine not the case. You got to have some kind of insulated boot to keep the heat in. That was definitely my bad but the second thing was. Ireally ran out of room. It was a tight fit I took the original insoles out of my boots put the thermo cell insoles in.
Iput my boots on there wasn't really much room for air to circulate around my foot. Anything like it was a pretty snug fit. You need to have a little bit of extra air around your foot so. You know that air can warm up. And warm your foot up the light sock was actually okay. Ijust needed to have a little bit. More air a little bit. More space or on my foot to heat up to keep my foot comfortable. And then again have an insulated boot to not let the heat out so strike. That was my fault so after doing my due diligence. And trying to figure out actually. These things worked. Iuse them for a second time besides late-season bull hunting you can always count on cold weather in. Another place and that's a playoff game at Lambeau Field kick-off temperatures were about 10 degrees. Ispent four hours tailgating as well as three. And a half hours in the game so. Iwas outside for probably seven to eight hours.
This time around I put the insoles in a little colder weather boot 1200 grams let's insulate. And for whatever reason my later season boots were a little bit bigger. One size bigger so I had plenty of space. And air around my stock. And around my foot I will tell. That over the course of. That game I'm standing on cold concrete the whole game. Idid not have any issues whatsoever with my feet getting cold so. These things on medium. All day with no issues whatsoever the interesting thing about. It is with chemical heaters. You guys can feel how hot they're actually getting hopefully. You know too hot if they're on your skin. They may even burn. You don't even realize. These are on but you start thinking about. It then you're like well my feet aren't cold they're just comfortable so the best way to describe.
It is just kind of warm glow. Iguess so the Packer game with a way bigger success. Than my late season bow hunting outing I had the right pair of boots on the right pair of socks on the right amount of space are on my foot to let. That air circulates and my feet think. It could whatsoever so that's. It for the fields we can move on to prose. And cons pros it comes with a bag might not seem like a big deal but I've got so much hunting craft. That at least I can put. This stuff in and not lose a bunch of cords. It messed up with all my other junk number two. Ifound the app to be user-friendly not only to download the figure out. How to use but also to use in the field just make sure. You guys keep your cell phones charged up number three the battery's comfortable. One thing I thought. Iwas going to have a big problem with especially as the football game standing seven to eight hours. Imean your heel is right on top of. That battery but it's padded enough.
You don't even know. You have it in there for the batteries charged up quick less. Than two hours the great thing about. That is morning hunts. You come in for launch. You go back to your truck. Whatever two hours you get them. Both charged back up put them back in your boots. You can go for an evening sit. And I'm going to list the battery life as a pro. It didn't make it to the 8. And a half hours as advertised. You know seven 1/2 hours is a pretty good run. If you're going to hunt. You don't have an opportunity to go back to the cabin the house your truck to charge. These batteries up you can buy a second pair get them charged up.
That will take you through the rest of your hunting day I'm going to leave a link below the video in the description so. You guys can check out the extra batteries as well number six. They actually work provided. Everything right you don't make a bonehead mistake like. Iwas bow hunting but um. They do keep your feet warm. And number seven they don't get so hot. That your feet get sweaty. You have to worry about. You know chemical burns. If they're right against your skin. Now we're going to move on to cons the only drawback. Ifound with this product is really just. You know having the appropriate size of boots so like. Italked about my early season boots. You know they fit really well. Iwanted to fit as good as close to a running shoe as. Igot to walk long distances.
Igot to climb trees. Idon't want to you know have a lot of extra space. And be lugging these big boots around but in. That situation you have no room. These insoles are a little bit bigger. Then the original in souls of your boots so. You don't have the space to have the appropriate amount of air circulating around your foot to keep your feet warm. Imade the switch to the bigger boots luckily. Ihad boots that were big enough. And allowed for a little bit. More air circulation around my foot. These things work really well so. Iguess my advice to. You would be either take your boot to the store put the insole in. And make sure you have enough room for your foot to breathe. Or at a minimum if you're getting these things shipped to. You at least try them on before. You go out in the field to make sure. You know it's going to warm up the way it's supposed to. All as long as you guys don't do.
What I did I think would be fine. Now we're going to move on to cost. Where to get it as the February 2017 the making of. This video it on Amazon for right around $200 I'm going to leave an affiliate link to Amazon in the description below. This video you guys can click on. That go sees what the current price is there's always tons of reviews on Amazon. You can go see what other people are saying about. And I'm also going to leave a link to those extra batteries. More think before this video limitations. These insoles are supposed to be water-resistant. Idecided not to test. Ibuy my boots to be water resistant so. Igot water coming in my boots. Igot bigger problems. And my insoles come. And wet that's you liked the video give it a thumbs up leave a comment below. That will be awesome. Itry to give you guys as much unbiased information as. Ican so as a consumer. You can make a decision on. You like the product.
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Mad Bomber® Men's Canvas Duck Fur Hat
Tough, 100% cotton duck shell with genuine brown rabbit-fur insulation. Warm, quilted polyester-lined crown. Snap-up earflaps with listening holes. Imported.
Colors: Moss Green, Brown.
Cabela's Predator™ Extreme Pac Boots – Brown
- 1,200-gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation
- 9mm Texel liner
- Dry-Plus barrier
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Order next size up if wearing with heavy socks.
Wt: 5.6 lbs./pair.
Men's whole sizes: 8-13.
Frabill® Men's I3 Bibs
- Rugged, waterproof, breathable and warm
- Two-layer bibs with a 300-denier nylon-taslan shell
- 500-denier nylon taslan in knees and cuffs
- 3M Thinsulate Insulation for winter-defying warmth
- Internal knee and seat padding
Drop your line beneath winter's thickest ice in total comfort – the Frabill Men's I3 Bibs are built for the ice fisherman that's serious about staying out until every fish is caught. 100% seam sealed and equipped with a durable water-repellent treatment, these rugged, waterproof and breathable two-layer bibs boast a rugged 300-denier nylon-taslan shell with 500-denier nylon taslan in knees and cuffs. Not only are they going to deliver years of waterproof performance, they're packed with 150-gram 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation for winter-defying warmth and they are lined with smooth taffeta for easy entry. The ergonomic, ice-fishing design boasts internal knee and seat padding for comfort while sitting or kneeling. Zipper vents deliver premium ventilation when needed. Full elastic shoulder straps with cam buckles. Handwarmer and multiple cargo pockets. Ice pick holsters and D-ring tool attachments. 3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective material. YKK® zippers. Imported.