The New XTRATUF Boots Are To Die For!

posted by Malie D. -

Image result for xtratuf logoAs Alaskans, we all know that logo!

XTRATUF is a way of life here in the 49th state. Up until recently, I was the only person I knew that didn't have a pair of XTRATUF boots! Honestly, they never really felt like they fit me right.

Now, however, there is nothing stopping me from wearing XTRATUF's because they came out with a whole new boot made for women!

I know, right?!

They've teamed up with the Salmon Sisters to create a boot that fits women perfectly for comfort and lifestyle!

Image result for xtratuf salmon sisters logoThe Salmon Sisters, two young fishermen, were born in and inspired by the wilderness of Alaska and the sustainable fisheries of the North Pacific.

How cute are those boots?

Salmon Sisters products are designed in Alaska, inspired by nautical tradition and made for a community of fisherman, adventurers and ocean enthusiasts. They strive to make all of their garments the ones you dress up, dress down, and get dirty in. They've been modeled after a woman's foot, so there's a slightly higher arch and a smaller heel. They fit perfectly!

I finally have an excuse to wear XTRATUF's to work!

Not only are the XTRATUF X Salmon Sisters boots cute and comfy, but for every sale made, Salmon Sisters will donate a can of wild caught Alaska salmon to Alaska Food bank!

I found my "Woman's Legacy in Octopus" at Big Ray's in Anchorage on New Seward. They're Alaska's Premier All-Weather Outfitter and have been in business since 1947! 70 years is a long time to be in retail; they bring everything we Alaskans need right to our front door. It's no wonder they have the best merchandise in Alaska!

Image result for big ray's logo

Keep an eye on my social medias @singermalie and our station socials @1013kgot for more photos of my adventures in the XTRATUF X Salmon Sisters boots!

I cannot WAIT to go Halibut fishing in Homer this summer now. You jelly? Well, just head to any Big Ray's store: Downtown Anchorage, New Seward Hwy (Anchorage), Downtown Fairbanks, Airport Way (Fairbanks), or Kodiak!

Happy adventuring!

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