Cabela's 9 400-Gram Outfitter Series Pro Hunting Boots

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Cabela's 9 400-Gram Outfitter Series Pro Hunting Boots -
Since they first hit the pages of our catalog 14 years ago, our Outfitter Series boots have risen to the top of our legendary family of hunting boots to claim their spot as our best-selling hunting boots of all time – a title they still hold today. The Pro Series, our latest evolution of this wildly popular line, still boasts all the rugged dependability you've come to expect from boots that bear the legendary Outfitter name, but are loaded with a slew of updated, comfort-enhancing features that the hunter can appreciate. The updated midsoles incorporate the Shock Absorbing Workboot (SAW) technology, which employs strategically placed impact zones in the forefoot and heel that soak up virtually 100% of ground shock. These boots have GORE-TEX® Scent-Lok® linings that don't need to be reactivated. All you have to do is allow the boots to air out after each use. The uppers are crafted of tough, generously oiled American leather with richly padded Bombardier leather collars. We then extended the lacing system farther out over the toes for even more support and stability. Plus, a Cabela's-exclusive Vibram® outsoles, with an innovative multidirectional tread patterning, grab tough terrain while releasing mud and snow. 400-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for cool hunting conditions. Imported.
Average weight: 4.4 lbs./pair.
Sizes: 8-14, D and EE widths. Half sizes to 12.
Color: Brown.


  • SAW technology in midsole


  • 400-gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX membrane


  • Exclusive Vibram outsole
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Cabela's 9 400-Gram Outfitter Series Pro Hunting Boots Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

North Dakota Miles

I bought these boots two seasons ago to go late season pheasant hunting in North Dakota. After two seasons I like them more than the day I bought them. I've hunted in swamp water over my ankles, snow and low temperatures. I've put a lot of North Dakota miles on these boots. With a good pair of Cabela's socks my feet stay warm, dry and comfortable. The first season I took my old boots as a spare just in case these didn't hold up or got too wet and had to dry out. I didn't need them. These boots were great day in and day out.
Gooserman at Cabelas on 08/23/2011

Outfitter series boots

I was able to purchase EE width boots. I have wider feet. I like the upper lacing system, they are little posts vs hooks. This makes lacing faster and no tangles.
Great construction and the foot sole support strucure is solid. Even though the soles look very firm, they actually has a slight softness for comfort and grip.
RCRC2 at Cabelas on 01/07/2014

Negative Reviews:

Not great

Returned these boots.Not what I expected from a Cabela's product. the leather looked like plastic.
Danzo at Cabelas on 01/08/2014

Neutral Reviews:

good boot overpriced

Overall construction is durable, great traction in all terrains but not that comfortable. They continue to wear the back of my heels. Blisters in steep terrain. Long break in period. I feel they are overpriced for what you get and once again as with all cabela's boots CHEAP insoles. Hot spots on my heels and toes. They are however very tough. Hopefully they will stop wearing out my feet once I put some quality insoles in them and allow for more break in time.
cuzvahunter at Cabelas on 01/03/2014