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Hogzilla

Hunting Boots - Closeout sale

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Gander Mtn in Woodbury is closing out on selected hunting boots. I just picked up a pair of Irish Setters, 400 grams thinsulate ... $17.00 bucks.

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hokey smokes, did they have any big kid sizes? I wear a 14 or a 15 depending on the maker

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I Don't know, I was on the other side of the rack from that size. grin.gif

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Thanks for the heads up Hogzilla I was also able to pick up a pair of boots. smile.gif

Picks, from what I saw there where some 11's and a couple of 12's. They have been pretty pick thru when I got there they had a few 8's left but they where more in the 50.00 dollar range.

Sifty

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thanks sifty, I guess I better look elsewhere for new hiking boots

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Glad to have helped.

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everything in the store is on clearance. 20% is probably the lowest percent off. Fishing gear is at 50.

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