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Lacrosse Alpha SST may be YOUR best bet in boots for 2010.

by Bow Staff 18. December 2009 03:01
Bow Staff

With the 2009 deer season nearly in the books, and the Christmas holiday just around the corner, perhaps now is the best time to start investigating what next year’s "best buys" from around the hunting industry will be. Below you will find one such item that we think may be YOUR next choice in footwear for 2010.

Lacrosse Footwear, Inc. introduces the Alpha SST, the latest innovation in a scent-free hunting boot. Released in the fall of 2009, this newest boot in a long line of traditional rubber hunting boots provides better scent control not only on the outside, but now on the inside too. Constructed with a scent-free waterproof exterior, and now features a removable scent-suppressing gator, which helps to eat away odor causing bacteria and lock in any remaining odor.

Nylon lined for comfort and snag-proof durability, the 18-inch Alpha SST (Scent Suppression Technology), will be available in sizes 6-15 and feature Realtree APG HD camo.

Keep an eye on us here at Bowhunting.Com for the latest in the world of bowhunting, and what we believe to be the best NEW products for YOU in 2010.

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