Under Armour CH1 GTX Hunting Boots

Feb 6, 2019

Category: Gear

Hunting is a sport of mental fortitude and cunning, which are two characteristics that define bowhunting expert Cam Hanes. Under Armour teamed up with Hanes to fill in the gear gap for athletes tracking big backcountry game with the rugged Under Armour CH1 GTX Hunting Boots.

Over the course of three years, the CH1 GTX boots were designed and brought to fruition with every detail serving a purpose. The footwear’s construction consists of a Gore-Tex membrane, vapor-permeable mesh, and Cordura polyamide for dependable performance while you’re taking on beasts in the wild. It also features an integrated two-zone BOA lacing system and anatomical insoles with double-density EVA foam for superior comfort. The all-conditions boots are built for the extreme conditions Hanes braves on his hunting adventures. Under Armour will be releasing these boots this summer and you can pick up a pair for $300.

Purchase: $300

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