LaCrosse Lil Alpha Lite Realtree Xtra 5.0MM
Because time spent outdoors should be a family affair, the Lil’ Alpha Lite is built to keep kids’ feet dry and comfortable, no matter the season. For ultimate durability, Lacrosse used multiple layers of the same premium ZXT Rubber as in adult boots, giving them superior tensile strength and tear resistance. The naturally insulating and waterproof neoprene core adds comfort throughout and rubber finger grips make it a cinch for little hands to grab hold and pull the boot on.
OZONE & TEAR RESISTANT RUBBER– Built with more natural rubber than most other boots, this hand-laid rubber remains durable and waterproof year after year. The ZXT rubber is specially formulated to be ozone and tear resistant for added protection.
GRADED HEIGHTS-To create the most comfortable fit for kids, the height has been adjusted based on the foot size. As their feet grow, so does the height of the boot. Sizes 11-13 are 9″ tall, sizes 1-3 are 10″ tall, and sizes 4-6 are 11″ tall.
ACTIVE FIT– With a comfortable, secure fit to keep your foot in place while on the move, boots with Active Fit also go on and come off with ease.
ALPHA LITE OUTSOLE– The Alpha Lite outsole features a vulcanized construction for extra durability and a lug pattern that has more surface area for more grip.
HEIGHT: 9″, 10″, 11″
INSULATION: 5mm Neoprene
CAMO PATTERN: Realtree Xtra
TRACTION: Best for All-Terrain
FOOTBED: Removable EVA Footbed
Do one thing and do it right. For over a century, that’s what Lacrosse has been doing — making the best rubber boots. Period. Boots that won’t let you down. Boots that know a thing or two about toughness, durability, and comfort. Whether for hunting, working, or tending the land upon which they tread, Lacrosse boots give you the freedom to focus on what matters most to you.
LaCrosse was established in Wisconsin in 1897 as the LaCrosse Rubber Mill in the city of La Crosse. The company became the largest employer in that city in 1930. In 1994, the company acquired Portland, Oregon-based Danner Boots in a merger that was expected to create a company with an annual revenue of $100 million. Company revenues had grown to $138 million for fiscal year 2000.
The footwear company relocated to Oregon in 2001 where its Danner Boots subsidiary was based. In 2012, the formerly publicly traded company was bought by Japanese based ABC-Mart.