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February INSIDER giveaway: 12 Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boots

Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boot giveaway last chance

Giveaway details:

To show our appreciation to our INSIDER members, the goHUNT team will give away even more awesome products in February. This month we will have 12 winners. Each winner will get their choice of a pair of Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boots. (Total value $5,940). Winners can choose the boot specs of their choice.

Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boots relaxing

So, what makes these boots so special? Kenetrek provides hunters with technical boots that are built for hunting in rough conditions. The Mountain Extreme line is an ideal choice for elk, mule deer, sheep, antelope and everything in-between. These boots are able to take on any tough hunting situation and get you deeper in the mountains and back to the trailhead safely.

Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boots glassing

Each boot features a Windtex membrane that is waterproof and breathable to keep you warm and dry. Also, each boot features K-Talon outsoles for increased traction. If you're unfamiliar with Kenetrek and would like to do more research before our February drawing ends, you can visit their website here.

Kenetrek Mountain Extreme boot specs

  Non-insulated 400 gram 1000 gram
Weight 3.9 lbs. 4.2 lbs. 4.5 lbs.
Insulation NA 400 gm
Thinsulate
1000 gm
Thinsulate
Height 10" 10" 10"
MSRP $455.00 $475.00 $495.00


Non-insulated and 400 gram sizes: mens whole & half size narrow (8-11.5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16), medium (7-11.5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16), wide (8-11.5, 12, 13).
1000 gram sizes: mens size (8-11.5, 12, 13, 14) medium width.
Note: Womens Mountain Extreme boots are available.

Each month random names are pulled from our list of INSIDER members and we give away awesome gear items like rifles, optics, apparel and even landowner tags. All INSIDER members are automatically qualified for a chance to win one of our giveaways — no action needed.

In recent months, we have given away four (4) Vortex Razor HD binoculars (retail value $6,796, eight (8) Exo Mountain Gear packs (retail value $5,000), five (5) Browning X-Bolt Hell's Canyon SPEED rifles (retail value $6,350), two (2) Coues deer hunts in Mexico (retail value $13,000), four (4) landowner tags (retail value $20,000), and one (1) Dall sheep hunt (retail value $22,500). Check out all of our past INSIDER giveaways here.

All INSIDER members are automatically entered into monthly giveaways.

Learn more about INSIDER here

Rules

•   Must be an INSIDER member to be eligible for the drawing 
•   All current INSIDER members are automatically entered
•   Only 1 entry per person
•   Must join INSIDER by midnight (PST) on February 28, 2017 to be eligible 
•   On March 1 we will draw 12 winners and 5 alternates
•   Winners will be contacted by email or phone and will have 30 days to claim their prize
•   If winners do not respond within 30 days, we will offer the prize to an alternate

Have questions? Please feel free to email INSIDER@gohunt.com anytime.

12 Comments

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Kathy S. - posted 2 years ago on 02-28-2017 08:09:48 pm

I wear Keene but my son swears by Kenetrex.

scott m. - posted 2 years ago on 02-28-2017 06:18:19 pm

I'm planning an elk hunt to Colorado this fall and winning this would be a great advantage to me and my gear.

hhunter
Hudson H. - posted 2 years ago on 02-28-2017 04:46:37 am
Logan, Utah

ive been using these boots for a few years now. i just got them back from kenetrek from getting re-soled. i only got two hunting seasons out of them before they were done. i opted to put the vibram sole on them since its tougher than the K-sole that comes on them. they seem to be a little heavier and a little tougher looking. i think if i had a few boots to switch around during scouting/hunting season i couldve got more miles/seasons out of them. i do like the boot, but i hoped for better longevity out of them.

dale b. - posted 2 years ago on 02-27-2017 03:19:37 pm

Sweet boot. Thanks for the awesome chance, and a awesome group

rmblair24
Ryan B. - posted 2 years ago on 02-27-2017 11:30:03 am
Jackson, Wyoming

Well my boots got chewed up by my dog last night, hoping my name gets drawn. I'm going to need them for all the tags I put in for here in Wyoming! Kenetrek boots are some of the best on the market!

Steve h. - posted 2 years ago on 02-20-2017 07:28:24 pm
Pueblo, Colorado
goHUNT INSIDER

Thank you guys for providing us with an opportunity to Win a pair of Great Boots!

Good to see you at the Expo..

Keep up the Great Work

jaz0519
James S. - posted 2 years ago on 02-10-2017 04:29:20 am
Kempton, Pa.

I've used SCHNEE'S Guide ADV for over twenty-five seasons now and they didn't cost $500! In fact they cost under $400 and worked well in Alaska, Colorado, Montana and Maine where I hunt. Still comfortable and waterproof!

Brady J. Miller
Brady M. - posted 2 years ago on 02-09-2017 01:20:20 pm
Las Vegas, NV
goHUNT Team

Glad everyone enjoys the giveaways!! Best of luck to everyone.

@Brian - the last two leather boots that I owned I got 6 years out of the one pair and I am currently on 4 years on a new pair. I'm not sure of the miles, but it is a a lot. I used both of these leather boots when I was doing fisheries research work and hiking the mountains in Glacier National Park and other areas of northwest Montana. We would typically do 50 plus miles a week. I'm the type of person that would really clean my boots after each trip and apply new boot conditioner. With proper boot care I feel like boots can last a long time.

Erik S. - posted 2 years ago on 02-09-2017 12:35:17 pm
goHUNT INSIDER

You guys are awesome! I need a new pair of boots this year, I am looking into the Kennetreck boot even if i dont win...

Todd C. - posted 2 years ago on 02-09-2017 12:43:33 pm
goHUNT INSIDER

I love the Kennetrek Mountain Extremes. They are the best boot I have ever worn.

However, for those on a budget, the durability/longevity may be a bit of an issue. I don't track boot milage, but I believe they wear out quicker than the LOWA EVO .... boots (very similar design). The LOWAs are acceptable when it comes to comfort, but they are not as comfortable as the Mountain Extremes.

Brian S. - posted 2 years ago on 02-09-2017 12:18:44 pm

How many seasons, or miles, do people tend to get out of $500 boots?

jaz0519
James S. - posted 2 years ago on 02-09-2017 12:17:43 pm
Kempton, Pa.

I currently wear Schnee boots but these look like a solid pair for ruff terrain! I'd give them a try.