Rocky BlizzardStalker PRO Men's Black 9" Waterproof 1200G Insulated Boot 5455

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The Rocky BlizzardStalker PRO Men's Black 9" Waterproof 1200G Insulated Boot 5455 keeps your feet warm, dry by utilizing a waterproof system that allows air to circulate in, while also keeping water out.

The 1200g of 3M Thinsulate Ultra insulation will keep your feet warm through subzero temperatures.

This boot has great traction and helps you grip the terrain with a multi-directional Blizzard outsole.

The waterproof leather with CORDURA, combination upper resists tears that the environment might try to throw at you and provides additional waterproofing.

This nine-inch boot has a TPU molded shell and heel for great stability and a padded molded foam collar for additional comfort.


  • Guaranteed Rocky Waterproof construction
  • Internal TPU heel stabilizer
  • Removable PU Footbed
  • 1,200 grams of 3M Thinsulate Ultra Insulation
  • Multi-Directional Blizzard Outsole
  • TPU molded shell and heel
  • Rubber vamp
  • Padded molded foam collar with extended tongue
  • Split suede with 900 Denier waterproof upper
  • 9 inches in height
  • Weight: 5.3 pounds per pair for a size 10


  • Weight: 10M 2.35 lbs
  • Heel Height: 2.5 Inches

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to