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Wolverine's insulated Gore-Tex nine-inch King Caribou III Boot (Style W05627) combines most of the Canyon High's (above) features but with slightly higher shafts, Thinsulate insulation and an all-Cordura upper totally camouflaged in either Mossy Oak or Realtree Hardwoods HD Green mini prints.
Invented by Bill Gore, Gore-Tex is made from polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), the same stuff used to coat non-stick cookware.
com; (800) 237-4444) 8-Point Hunting Boots feature Gore-Tex, 1000 grams of Thinsulate uppers of durable waxed, split leather and 900-denier nylon uppers, but at a bargain basement price.
3-Layer GORE-TEX Fabric is the ultimate all-weather fabric for those who live life on the edge.
One version of this boot has a Gore-Tex liner with 200-gram Thin.
The Glissade is Berghaus' classic women's jacket, featuring a new two-layer Gore-Tex Augusta lining and dry mesh and coated lining.
Harges recommended one of the many waterproofing-breathability treatments on the market for prolonging the life of Gore-Tex garments.
Times change, and now Gore produces many kinds of breathable waterproof GORE-TEX fabric, each with its own specific uses.
GORE-TEX is a membrane of microscopic holes, too small for water droplets (rain) to enter, big enough for vapour (sweat) to pass out.
For the fall of '01, Wolverine[R] will use Gore-Tex [R] Supprescent[R] technology in its 8-inch Trail Blazer and 9-inch Grand Slam lace-up boots.