There are a few different types of hunting boots for wide feet. One type is a boot with a wider toe box. This type of boot is designed to give your toes more room to move and breathe, which can be helpful if you have wide feet.
Another type of hunting boot for wide feet is a boot with a wider heel. This type of boot can help to stabilize your feet and prevent them from slipping out of the boot while you are walking or running.
Hunting in the Chugach range outside of Anchorage means the most unforgivable terrain imaginable. And guiding a half dozen sheep hunts back to back requires intense planning and truly dependable gear.
Knowing that failure is not an option, guides swear by these boots when they need to get up a scree field or put on the crampons and traverse a glacier to reach a pocket of rams holed up in a hidden basin.
Made in Italy. 4. 5 lbs. Specs 10″ tall 2. 8mm thick premium full grain leather uppers with one piece vamp construction with no seams down the tongue for abrasion resistance and waterproofness Reinforced double and triple stitching 7mm nylon midsoles for extra support with pack loads Boot hardware that swivels instead of breaking Reinforced rubber toe cap for extra abrasion resistance 400 gram Thinsulate insulation for warmth without the bulk Windtex waterproof breathable flexible membrane Custom K-73 outsoles provide excellent traction and durability.
I’ve been using these boots 5 days a week for 3 months now and I truly enjoy these boots they are a tank that tracks through any terrain you can think of, without feeling a thing or even noticing romping though 2 inch sticks.
2 things to know before buying 1)they are very stiff at first. For me, it was a whole 2 weeks of stomping around before they had any give, they were still very comfortable, but I was literally walking around like Frankenstein though before they broke in enough for a normal gait, And now that they have, they are a still a solid (comfortable) boot that should last the test of time (hoping to get at least 3 years) 2) They are not light weight trail boots, I switched over to these from a pair of Solomon Quest 4D GTX Forces, and these(Desert Guides) are better but a completely different animal.
I really believe tank is the best description for the Desert Guides. When your feet are in a battle with elements you want them to be in a Cadillac lined tank, if that makes any sense. I will definitely buy another pair when if every my current pair dwindles in comfort.
They could use a bit longer laces though Kenetrek if your listening. I always Ankle wrap tie my boots for better ankle support and to keep down friction burns/ hot spots. The laces can do it, but just barely.
Also advise on weather or not the water repellent will adversely effect the breathability of the desert guide.
I bought these boots for trekking rocky, steep terrain and forest trails. The Kenetrek Hardscabbles are extremely supportive. I especially like the very stiff sole support for walking over sharp rocks and tree roots.
I happen to have arthritis in my big toe, right foot. Nomally very painful to walk, even on normal roads. But with the stiff sole, which has a rocker built in, walking/hiking is not a problem. I was amazed by this.
I inserted a pair of Superfeet trekking orthotics, a nice addition, but the insoles that come with the Kenetreks are very good quality and most likely just as good. I trated the leather with Kenetrek wax, which I found preferable to sno-seal or LP wax.
The Kenetrek is primarily a beeswax formula that won’t damage the rubber rand or weaken the stiching, and it works extremely well. Hiked through a very muddy, wet trail, submerged in water and mud up to the tops of the boots and afterwards noted that the insides were perfectly dry as the outersides beaded water.
These boots have a very stiff sole and will require some break in to obtain some flex, but after the break in they are extremely comfortable. The one piece leather tongue is a very nice touch. I bought a half-size larger than what the brannock (foot measurement) device read.
It read 11. 5 and I bought a 12 medium. This provides extra room for thick hiking socks or two pairs in the very coldest winter conditions. Pricey, but no regrets. Sometimes you actually get what you pay for.
Kenetreks are an extraordinarily well made boot that will last. I bought these after comparing them with the Crispi Nevadas, which were also very nice, but had too much flex in the sole for my liking.
It takes 50-100 miles to really break in the Kenetreks properly. Highly recommend these boots if you’re hiking rugged terrain.
I purchased these boots in 2019 after a few hunts in the Idaho Sawtooth Mountain Range. I didn’t want to post a review until I got a chance to beat the heck out of them. Took about 50 miles to break in, but ohhh was it worth it.
I like to stack a wool sock on top of a dress sock and ratchet these things down using the “Heel Lock” lacing technique. Go find an insole that actually fits the bottom of your foot. Factory insoles are never the right answer no matter what the price tag.
You gotta find something that properly fits the shape of YOUR foot. I used to limit my movement to a couple miles a hunt. Once I ruled my feet out of the equation. 15, 20+ miles a day is pretty easy to do when your feet aren’t sad at you.
I’ve spent days and days moving in rain, creek beds, frost and dew covered meadows, climbing granite faces, shale, loose-dry-sage embankments. stayed perfectly dry, and no foot slop at all. Granted. don’t expect the boots to be a miracle worker for poor planning.
If your pants get wet. your socks get wet and water moves down. Wear gators. be smart. have happy feet. I’ve got roughly 150-175 miles in these and could easily triple that before I need to send them in for a new rand and resole.
Keep the leather waxed and brush off the metal grommets. You’ll never remember the 500$ price tag. Buy these boots and go be awesome.
Be ready to take on the outdoors with the Rocky Sport Utility MAX 1000G WP. The entire boot is lined with Rocky’s Waterproof construction, keeping water out and your feet dry. The interior is lined with 1,000 grams of Thinsulate Ultra insulation, ensuring that your feet will stay warm no matter where you roam.
These boots are made from highly durable nylon and full-grain leather to withstand the punishments of the outdoors, and are 10 inches in height to wrap your feet with total protection. Featuring a Sport Utility outsole for outstanding traction and stability on any surface, these boots offer all of the support you need to face any outdoor adventure.
I bought my first pair several years ago and I’m buying a new pair this year. For comfort, warmth, and durability balanced with cost, these are great. I wore them for three full years of heavy use before they wore out on the stress points where the toes bend halfway through the fourth year.
The waterproofing only lasts until the first good soaking. Heavy frost/dew will go right through, but you can quick-step through a shallow stream and stay dry. Camp Dry/Scotchguard will renew the waterproofing until they get soaked again.
This time I plan to treat them with Mink Oil. Once the snow flies I use rubber boots so these are mostly for dry hunting. These are amazingly warm and comfortable sans water. A great upland boot, and great for extreme cold weather where the snow isn’t melting, just not good swamp boots.
I bought these boots back in highschool for coyote hunting in wet grass and they have never disappointed! I’ve walked in streams 6inches deep and never got my feet wet. I’ve been laying down and crawling through wet grass when it’s 38°F and my feet stay warm and dry! These boots are amazing! Only after using them for over 6 years of hunting are they finally starting to show some wear and tear.
The only downside I have found with these boots, they are a little heavy. But honestly, I’m much rather wear a heavy boot that I can trust than swap them for something lighter that my get my feet wet and make my hunting miserable.
I would totally recommend these boots to anyone who wants a good set of boots for winter/fall hunting!.
Bought these boots about 3 years ago and absolutely love them! I read a few reviews on them after i bought them and everyone said they leaked. Mine have not leaked once, i wear them hunting and at work ( lineman) and could not be happier! I have worn them in the mud, snow , rain you name it and they have kept my feet dry.
They are warm in the winter and actually kept my feet warm for the past 3 years hunting. I seal them every year or so with camp dry also to help. I highly recommend these boots and will be ordering another pair!.
An active adventurer deserves an empowe’red winter boot. The Sport Utility Pro Insulated Waterproof Boot is for the man who doesnt just enjoy being outdoors; he belongs there. Whether you’re a hunter, hiker or all-around explorer, this footwear is built to protect the feet that carry you from one conquest to the next.
Guaranteed Rocky Waterproof construction makes for limitless escapades. Traverse muddy landscapes, soaked settings and taunting streams with the confidence that comes with a waterproof boot. Dont let another adventure be cut short by the threat of wet feet This mens outdoor boot boasts a Sport Utility outsole for traction and stable footing, so you can count on extra support for your most ambitious steps.
Trek, tread and trample your way through natures elements, knowing your boot can get you to the best vista and bring you back home safely. Rocky included 600 grams of 3M” Thinsulate Ultra Insulation in this high-quality boot.
With lightweight warmth surrounding your feet, you can carry on in less accommodating conditions, confident that you’re comfortable in this insulated boot. Composed of eight inches of full-grain leather and nylon, this durable outdoor boot is sturdy enough to stand against your most exciting challenges and strong enough to last the test of time.
If you’re after a footwear solution to match your motivated spirit, the Rocky Sport Utility Pro Insulated Waterproof Boot offers all you could need.
The boots took a little longer to ship than expected but that’s ok. I got them today and I have to admit, I am quite impressed with the quality. Each boot is stitched very well and the fit on each foot feels very consistent.
The leather feels like it will stand up well to the outdoors. Time will tell but based on experience of other boots, I am confident they will hold up well. I haven’t had a chance to get them wet so I can’t speak for how waterproof they are just yet but we have snow coming in so that should be answered very shortly.
As far as comfort goes, they feel great on my feet and the sizing is right on. I tend to wear thicker wool socks in the winter so I tend to go up a half size from my ‘sneaker size’ and that was a good decision for these.
There are no hot spots or areas that cause irritation, which you get sometimes with taller boots. Not with these. No hot spots or discomfort anywhere. The only issue for me are the laces. They seem OK but are a little thin for my liking.
It’s just a preference thing for me so I’ll change them out for some thicker ones. Overall, the quality and comfort of these boots is outstanding and for the price, the value is hard to beat. I have no doubt that they will hold up well as a winter / cold weather boot.
Have not worn them much yet, hour or so to start break in. First impressions are. 1. Nice looking boot. 2. Not sure yet, but the left boot fits much looser than the right boot. I REALLY have to crank on the laces to get the left boot to not wiggle around on my foot.
3. came with 2 different laces lengths. Left lace is easily a foot longer than the right. No prob. just weird. 3. With all the leather, a largish sole, and the insulation, it is a heavy boot. Shouldn’t be a big problem as my longest walking distance will be right about 3 miles + or -.
But I think it will last a long time. The stitching and glue points are all nicely done. These will strictly be winter boots, used from November 1 to February 1, most years. Probably last me a good long time.
4. All in all, I think the size issue will resolve itself as I break the boots in better. Can always add another pair of socks to the equation.
I bought this boot, and I could not be more dissatisfied with them. I bought them over a year ago and never got around to writing a review, and never got to send them back. I bought these boots to go on a week long bird hunting trip, and within the first week they were leaking, thankfully I had a pair of backup boots with me.
Within one season the leather was completely cracked out. I am very meticulous about my hunting gear, after every trip I would clean my boots, and after they were dry I would lightly oil them, but no matter what I do they leak.
It’s a shame because my last pair of Rocky boots lasted well over 15 years, and never leaked. I put those boots through some of the worst conditions you can imagine and they always performed, and kept my feet warm and dry.
The Danner Vital 8″ Mid Calf Boot is designed for the days you travel further afield than planned. This non-insulated boot features Danner Dry technology, which helps regulate moisture and temperature control.
While the Danner Plyolite midsole offers lightweight comfort and durability, Danner Vital outsole provides grip on moss, rock, and slick surfaces. The Vital has a unique lock-and-load lacing system with re-engineered ghillies across the forefoot for a secure, yet snug fit.
Wow what great feeling boot with solid support, light weight and awesome cushion! It all went down the drain literally when I walked across a dew laden field. My wife’s feet were dry in her oboz and my were soaked wet.
I was so disappointed and then mad – these boots are not the least bit waterproof and I feel they should not be advertised as such. Cabela’s took them back and apologized. I have 3 danner boots and they fit me great but this was a joke, I could of got more water protection from a pair sneakers.
I had only wore them hunting 3 times and then this bs happened in the field. Back to lacrosse.
The most pleased I have ever been with a boot, Danner customer for life after this one. I initially purchased these boots for an off-roading trip to Moab, they performed flawless and were out of the box ready to go.
I mostly hunt in Louisiana so avoiding water is difficult, but I found them to be water resistant just over the toe; never any issue with dew or shallow puddles. I enjoyed them so much they became my every day work boot and first pair of “shoes” I reach for.
They are light, comfortable, & breathe well. After many many miles and every day wear; I’m here to buy a replacement pair!.
Bought these for archery elk hunt in NW Colorado, was excited because old boots were coming apart. Lots of rain and tall wet grass later, feet soaked. Literally poured water out of boots after taking them off.
Luckily old boots (lacrosse) had enough life left in them for a few more days while the danners dried out. Since rain stopped they have been great. Comfortable out of the box, and decent traction to climb the mountains.
Wish they had better liner, like gore tex. Be aware that they are only water resistant.
The Zamberlan Men’s 4014 Lynx Mid GTX RR Boot is a durable boot for hunting. A mid-High height with easy on/off BOA lacing system, these tough kickers Are ideal for early bow-hunting seasons. Get outdoors and don’t fear the weather, the Gore-TEX membrane provides waterproof, breathable protection.
Non-insulated for milder weather, with a rubber toe rand to keep them up to shape against rocks, dirt and roots. Complete with the Zamberlan Vibram 3D Outsole, you’ll have plenty of traction as you’re tracking.
Features of the Zamberlan Men’s 4014 Lynx Mid GTX RR Boot A rubber toebox rand for better wear of the Uppers without adding significant weight to the boot BOA lacing system, designed for quick on and off as well as easier adjusting of boot Fit and tension Camouflaged Zamberlan Vibram 3D Outsoles Are extremely rugged, provide excellent grip on a variety of terrain, and feature an uplifting forward Rocker Dual-Density Midsoles Are made of PU with TPU stabilizers and Vibram’s premiere backcountry rubber compound Uppers feature Zamberlans latest leather creation with a unique camouflage blend to enhance your entire hunting kit, from head to boot Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membranes provide waterproof protection and breathability and Are guaranteed by Gore-Tex for the life of the boot The ZFS (Zamberlan Flex System) allows the Upper to break forward comfortably without compromising lateral support and protection BOA in combination with the ZWL wide Fit last allows for extended sizing capability – Fits feet from C through EE in width Resolable.
First of all, I am very flat footed and finding hiking shoes that didn’t cause cramping or pure foot pain misery is a nightmare. I was first delighted to find that the Speedgoat series from Hoka was amazing and fit my foot very well with no aches, pains, blisters, or cramping.
However, when it came time to hike up Mt. Rainier, I knew my Hoka’s would not be appropriate. So my nightmare began again, tasked to find shoes that didn’t cause searing foot pain that would make hiking not a game of stamina, but of pure endurance.
There are cheaper boots sure, but those boots are either purely synthetic, or not re-soleable. There is nothing wrong with pure synthetic boots, but as someone who knew they would be doing 7 miles of pure snow slush and mud, I knew eventually they would wet out.
This is obviously excluding the mountaineering Scarpa and the like boots which are pure synthetic (but those are $700+). For the money, this boot cannot be beat by any other offering at $400 or below.
No other boot in this price range gives you a full grain leather outer with Goretex inner. On top of that, no other boot gives you the capacity to resole it in this price range as well. They are not light boots by any means (4lbs2oz in size 13), but when my group was suffering foot pains, wet boots, or cold boots, I was very comfortable.
It was 60 and snowy for much of my time, and this presents two problems: soaking wet boots due to prolonged hiking in snow, and wet feet due to heat buildup inside the shoe. However, these boots not only kept my feet free from any water penetration, but also vented well and kept my feet dry on the inside from sweat.
They truly are amazing and I would trust these for the end of the world, backcountry stuff. I got them and used the leather wash and leather water proofing cream from Nikwax. Then followed it up with conditioning cream, black conditioning cream, wax, and black wax.
The water never stood a chance. There are popular options in the $250 range which I considered, but those were either suede (splits the grain of leather), or not re-soleable. For a little bit extra, you get full grain and the option to keep them running for a lot longer.
If you’re already spending $200 plus, it just makes more sense money wise to pick these up due to the longevity of this boot.
Been hiking in Colorado for over 24 years and I have owned several brands of hiking boots. These are easily my favorites. I started many years ago with an all leather boot and switched to the lighter hikers like the Merrill MOABs and several Salomon boots including both low and mids.
All performed well enough IMO. However as I got older and heavier my feet began to suffer after hours of hiking on the rocky terrain we have here. I tried better insoles and that helped but I could still feel the rocks beating up the soles of my feet and my heels and discomfort would often follow after a long hike.
I decided to switch back to a more rugged all leather boot with a firmer and more protective sole. Best decision I’ve made in years. As soon as I tried these on I wanted them. They felt great. My heel was locked in well, the mid foot was not tight, and I had plenty room in toe box.
I went with a wide btw. I wore these around the house for a day then took them on a quick 3 mile hike around a park nearby. No issues. The following day I went on a 7 mile hike with a lot of loose rock on the trail and plenty of elevation so they got tested going up and down rocky slopes.
I was in love with these boots. I’ve since been on several likes and have zero issues with these boots. I’ve always tended to steer away from Gore-tex boots as I mostly hike in warmer and drier weather so I saw no need for it.
However, I spent a few months hiking in the UK and Ireland and my feet were often soaked EVERYDAY and I decided I would revisit Gore-Tex on my next purchase. Since buying these boots I’ve crossed a couple streams and the waterproofing performed perfectly.
I’ve also been caught out in the rain hiking for several hours with no issues. I wear Darn Tough wool socks anytime I hike and even after hours of hiking in 80/90 degree weather here in Colorado my feet had no overheating issues.
These boots are not inexpensive but I think the investment was well worth it. These boots have solved all my foot issues. I could not be happier with my purchase.
The Rocky BearClaw 1000g boots are great for hunting, but you may want to work in them, too. Regardless of where you wear them, the BearClaw boots are durable, rugged and comfortable. These Rocky boots are made with full-grain leather and tough nylon.
They have genuine Goodyear welt construction and a storm welt for durability, shape-retention and a solid platform for hours of wear. A breathable GORE-TEX fabric membrane keeps moisture out and keeps your feet dry.
Rocky added 1000 grams of 3M Thinsulate Insulation to the hunting boots to help keep your feet warm even on the coldest days. The lace-up system is a lace-to-toe pattern with eyelets, D-rings and hooks for maximum adjustment.
When you’re walking, your feet are comfortable because of Rocky’s exclusive polyurethane cushioned Air-Port footbed which also is perforated for air circulation. And, of course, Rocky’s own BearClaw 3D outsole has a multi-directional, self-cleaning lug design that grabs the ground to be able to give you traction wherever you walk.
For waterproof, insulated boots with great traction, get the Rocky BearClaw.
They are a little bulky and have some weight to them but its expected cus of all the features (insulation, leather, aggressive sole, etc). They kept my feet warm and dry at first while taking Xmas lights down and burning brush while there was snow on the ground.
Aggressive sole dug into snow with no problem and didn’t slide and slip. BUT NOT waterproof. When I came inside noticed inside of boots were damp at the toe. Thought it was sweat, so let them dry out overnight.
Put them on again next day while in slushy snow for less than an hour. Came inside and took boots off. There was moisture again from slushy snow seeping into boot from the welt at the tip of the boot.
Returned to the local Tractor Supply store the following day. Only used them two times. Disappointed cus it’s a nice looking and comfortable boot that was going to be my hunting and winter work boot.
Maybe it was a faulty pair, but wasn’t willing to risk waiting for another pair to ship and end up with the same issue.
Great Gortex Waterproof Boots. Very warm with 1000 thinsulates. I had been looking for a boot that had the combination of a work boot, Gortex Waterproof, warm, and very rugged. I had a tough time finding everything I wanted in one type of boot.
Then I saw this pair of boots. The price was a really good deal for what you get out of this boot. I had to have Gortex, as they are the only type of boot that’s has ever kept my feet completely warm all day.
My last pair of Wolverine Gortex 1200 thinsulate lasted me almost 7 years It’s before they started to fall apart so I insisted that I get another pair of Gortex. I highly recommend these boots for anyone who works outside in the cold.
You won’t find a better pair of boots for the money.
I bought these boots 3 months ago. Overall comfort is great. I’m a land surveyor so I am constantly in rough terrain/wet areas. Never get wet feet, and the grip on these are unmatched. However, the eyelets absolutely shred through laces.
The original laces snapped within 2 months of having them and since then, in just the past month I’ve gone through 8-10 pairs of laces. I see other complaints about this so I know I’m not alone. For it being such a great boot besides for that, I’d hope Rocky gets this issue fixed.
A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Don’t miss your shot due to tired, wet feet in heavy boots clogged with mud. These 8 inch Built in the USA Flyway boots exceed the avid upland bird hunter’s requirements: Cushioned removable footbed for all-day comfort, breathable waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry and blister-free, a rubber midsole for shock absorption with every step, and Goodyear welt construction for years of durable wear.
Tailor-made for the upland bird hunter’s needs, the simple yet effective “cellular wedge” directional pattern of the lightweight outsole resists mud and slipping so you can flush and shoot with confidence all day long.
I purchased these boots with the hopes that I had found a good boot in all aspects of the word. Unfortunately, when I received my boots I soon found that an outstanding looking boot with very nice leather as well as a perfect sole had one MAJOR flaw and that brings us to the tongue.
I really think that it’s comparable to a torture device of days past! Way too much material bunched up with the waterproof material and that makes them nearly impossible to wear. I really hated to see this with my new boots but must admit I had seen other reviews addressing the same issue.
Me being me, I carefully cut the thread from the tongue and sewed them back with less material and they are now the boots they should’ve been from the manufacturer. American companies need to do better.
Great boots for those that want something different than a moc toe boot. My previous life I was a career soldier and wanted something similar to what I used in the military. These boots are comfortable from the start and by far the best work-boot Iâ€™ve had since I started working in the construction sector.
These boots wear in from the first time you wear them and the quality is excellent very proud to wear American made boots.
I love the look of these boots. Do NOT purchase without trying them on. They run large. I needed a full size smaller than I normally wear. These boots take a long time to break in. Longer than any other work or hiking boot I have ever owned.
These innovative, rugged hunting boots were developed and tested with the help of Maine’s Game Wardens. They spend more hours in the Maine woods than just about anyone, so they know how a boot must perform to ensure comfort, protection and dry feet.
For half sizes not offered, order up to next whole size. Best fit with midweight socks. Rugged leather upper is super-durable and highly supportive. GoreTex waterproof, breathable protection keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
10″ boot height for excellent protection in all conditions. Vibram outsole with Megagrip compound provides superior traction on any terrain. Built with a minimal number of seams to eliminate potential failure points.
Reinforced toe and heel counters for durability, protection and support. Speed hooks for quick and easy on/off. 200g Primaloft insulation provides reliable warmth, making it a great three-season boot.
Innovative lace garage keeps laces dry, clean and tied. Imported.
I got these boots yesterday, I put them on and out of the box they felt very comfortable. I took a chance to wear them hunting today and I was very pleased. I live in the Allegheny Mtn range, very rough terrain.
I put 9 mile on them this morning and 4 this afternoon. I am very pleased. I was very surprised of how well my feet held up in a new out of the box boot. About 3 months ago I bought a pair of crispi guide boots, I have worn them close to 50+ miles and they still hurt my feet.
Guys if you’re looking for a well built boot and comfortable right out of the box, you need to try these. I forgot to mention how surprised I was at the tread! Like I said I live in rough mtns and I couldn’t ask for anything better!! Hands down the best pair of boots I’ve bought in the last 40 years.
These boots are comfortable and fit well. Initially they were stiff at the ankle but a few days of short hikes took care of that. They appear to be rugged and well built but after only a little more than a month of use the jury is still out.
The lace garage, to me, seems to be pretty useless. In order to use it you would have to leave the top 2 lace hooks unused. I do like the hook for keeping the tongue positioned properly. Before wearing and on the advice of the folks at L.
L. Bean I did apply Boot Guard. Hopefully that will help extend the life of the boots because, as with most leather boots advertised as being waterproof, that simply means that they will keep your feet dry, not that the leather is protected from damage due to repeated wetting and drying cycles.
Bought my first pair and the rubber overlay pulled apart where the boot flexes. Returned and this pair had the rubber overlay stitched. Three weekends of deer hunting and they started coming apart again.
The man made leather is of very poor quality and stiff. I kept wearing them for the winter figuring i had a year return them thinking llbean would obviously see the poor quality of the boot. Boy was I wrong they said it was from excessive wear.
Depend on this 17-inch waterproof rubber pull-on boot to keep your feet warm and dry in wet conditions, no matter where you’re hunting. The athletic fit gives superior room and comfort. Rubber and 7mm neoprene construction combine with the RPM midsole to reduce weight without sacrificing comfort or durability.
The rubber mudder outsole tread design is made to release mud and dirt more easily, while the aggressive lug pattern gives you superb stability and traction on the muddiest terrain. Inside the boot, the TempSens lining maintains constant comfort and ScentBan eliminates odors.
i bought these as a replacement to another pair of boots i bought on line, that didn’t fit. I wear a size 10 and these are true to size. the main “shoe” portion of the boot does not cramp my foot. nor do i find myself walking out of the boot when i get my foot stuck in a mud hole.
(as i did with another brand of size 10 boot. ) the insulation in the boot seems to be what i needed to keep my feet warm in the tree in 35 degree weather. being that the boots are 17 inches tall, i can launch my boat wearing these and not get my feet soaking wet.
the upper comes to approx. 2-3 inches below my knees. the upper of the boot is my only real complaint. unless you have a very large calf, this boot will fit loose up top. the strap does not close enough to tighten and seal the gap on my leg.
and I’m a 200 pound guy. my previous boots were a pair of LaCrosse AlphaBurly pro non insulated that had good traction. these in comparison seem to slip a bit more walking over limbs, sticks, short tree roots etc.
overall these boots are a good buy. i like them. but i believe i will be going back to the LaCrosse AlphaBurly’s when these wear out. where i hunt, there are plenty of spots i walk through that i step in deep muddy water holes.
so i wrap my pants outside the boot. i do this so the boot doesn’t turn in to a tea cup. with the overly wide upper, it takes a rather wide pant leg to accommodate that.
I tried to like them, but couldn’t. They seem to be well made, the materials feel good to the touch, the footbed was great and comfortable, but they really missed with the design to be used by hunters.
First off, they’re too wide which wasn’t a deal breaker at all. They are pretty true to shoe size also, slightly larger. The biggest flaw is the gusset/shaft of the boot. It’s way too wide and can’t be tightened.
I could take them on and off easily without unzipping. I literally could’ve fit my thigh in them and I’m 200lbs. They would easily fit thick insulated pants and still have gaps, but you don’t really need snake boots in the dead of winter.
I’d bet they are snake proof because not a single section of the shaft will be touching your leg! Final draw for me to box them back up for return was that the huge gusset sounds like a flip flop slapping the front and back of your leg while walking even with pants stuffed inside the boot.
That definitely won’t work for hunting! Very disappointing because I was excited to get these in and head out, but I never left my house before printing the return label. I’ll be ordering lacrosse arrows.
Your love for the Great Outdoors doesn’t stop when the going gets wet and nasty. So lace up a pair of our dependable Guidelight II Waterproof Boots and get the job done. Even if it’s wet, you’re all set.
Bought for my son. He just spent two weeks in the woods of Northern Wisconsin hunting, logging and playing in the woods. He said he submerged them in streams numerous times with no water intrusion at all.
He also said they were very comfortable all day long and required no break in. Insulation level was perfect in the 15-30 degree temps while active but a little light for sitting in a tree stand for hours, however, there was enough room in the toe box for some foot warmers which made them acceptable for that situation.
Overall, a great boot for most situations. He was super glad he had them.
My feet run wide- in running shoes, I’m a wide in New Balance and with Nike, their wide is still a bit small for me. I read the reviews, noted some folks said these ran wide but still elected to buy wide figuring the extra room would accommodate thick socks- I shouldn’t have.
Thankfully SG made the return painless. I ended up with the regular width and they fit fine with thick socks and my wide feet. First day out, I walked 2 miles and they were pretty comfortable. They’re no $150 Wolverines, but they are closer than the price would suggest.
Small issue- they rubbed a little funny on my left ankle but seemed to get better the farther I walked. So far as water proof? Not fully tested- rapidly walked across a shallow stream and they were fine.
Time will tell if they hold up but they seem reasonably well constructed.
Boots worked well for me. I was in the 20s to 30 F. My feet stayed comfortable after several hours without sweating. They are not too bulky but if you need lower temperature protection 800 g may not be enough.
I tend to have a hard time keeping my feet warm but everybody is different. They appear to be are well constructed and light weight. The sale price was very reasonable.
Leather, Rubber Rubber sole Shaft measures approximately 10″ from arch Maxi Brown Waterproof Removable Dual-density polyurethane Mountain Ridge 2000g with SOLARCORE Sit in a deer stand or go snowmobiling all day without getting cold feet thanks to the 2000 grams of 3M Thinsulate Insulation in these 10” leather boots with reinforced toe guard.
The durable cement construction features a Mountain Ridge rubber outsole for excellent traction across a wide range of terrain. Trek through deep snow without getting wet because of the waterproof membrane.
Maintain indoor levels of comfort in the great outdoors with NASA inspired SOLARCORE lining that has been tested to retain 50% more heat than insulation alone.
Hunt mostly in the Northeast Adirondack and Catskills mountains. Heavy snow and tough terrain that is hard on boots ( Rocky’s couldn’t handle it fell apart). I have been wearing Throughgood Fire Fighting boots on wild land fires for better than 30 years.
They are tough American made boots. These Hunting boots are imports but seen to have the same tough backbone of my Fire boots. Second Hunting season for these boots coming up. Early bow started yesterday but too warm for these guys.
I will revisit this review after this season. But with one season under foot with little to no break in and warm feet on a few -20 Adirondack mornings I have nothing but good to say. Very pleased all around.
Love the boots all around and they fit ok, I have a EEE width foot and they are plenty snug. Hopefully with a little time they relax a bit. They are very warm Iâ€™ve been ice fishing in them and do prefer them over my Mickey Mouse boots.
Side note, because of the width Iâ€™ve been wearing the thinnest dress socks I own with them and itâ€™s plenty my feet actually over heat on the way to the lake so Iâ€™ve taken to waiting until I get to where Iâ€™m going before putting them on.
Weve combined a rugged leather and textile upper with a lightweight, comfortable platform underfoot to create an all-purpose hunting boot with an athletic feel. Its DuraFit heel cup wraps your heel in a rubber shell for added durability as well as support and stability on uneven terrain.
This boot is 100% waterproof, thanks to its Dry-Core lining, and is available with Thinsulate Ultra Insulation, perfect for late season hunts. Head out to the woods in confidence and let the wind be your guide.
Best boots ever. Easiest break in of any boots. I took a couple walks around our park and am ready for upland! Fit is true to size, but would order 1/2 size up if in doubt. I usually wear a 10 running shoe and the 10 worked well for me.
Not heavy. Not bulky. Like the heel cup. Improvement might be a little more forefoot room. But I Love these! I am a physical therapist who wears good footwear – these get five huge stars for me!.
I haven’t gotten to wear these to hunt yet but they are so comfy! I originally ordered a 7. 5 which is a half size bigger than what I wear in normal shoes, but they were too small. They quickly sent me an 8 that fit perfectly with good socks (though you don’t need super warm socks bc of the insulation) and got the boots swapped out.
Once it gets cold enough to wear them I know they will keep my feet so warm!.
I bought these for work, I’m grounds crew at a hunting/fishing plantation. These things have been taking a beating for the last six months and they still look and feel great. The support is awesome in both the soles as well as the ankles.
I’ve applied waterproofing about once a month as I’m in water regularly. I will definitely spend the money on another pair whenever these finally wear out!!! The sizing was perfect.
Rocky BearClaw GORE-TEX Waterproof 1000G Winter Boots – Mens When the weather gets wicked, the Rocky BearClaw GORE-TEX Waterproof 1000G mens hunting winter boot is your best friend. The BearClaw pairs full-grain leather and nylon uppers with GORE-TEX fabric membranes and 1,000 grams of 3M Thinsulate Ultra to keep your feet dry and toasty warm throughout your trek.
Airport footbeds cushion and support your feet mile after mile. BearClaw 3D outsoles with Rocky’s 3D welt construction deliver traction and go the distance.
I would give them 5 stars, but I want people to read this before buying. I really like all my Rocky Bear Claw’s, and have had no issues with the past pairs. The previous pairs that I bought have been great, fit well, and lasting over 10 years per pair.
But, this pair didn’t fit well when they arrived. I bought 12W, which is the same as my current 9in 1000g Thinsulate Bear Claws, thinking they would be the same, and these were very much too narrow! After investigating why, I found the insoles to be too wide for the boot, so they were riding up the sides of the boot, making the boot feel uncomfortably narrow at the ball of my feet.
I had to take the insoles out and cut them down to the proper width of the floor of the boot, and they now fit like they should. It’s a little crazy that the insole needs to me cut down, when it should fit properly from the factory.
I have no reason to believe that these won’t last 10 plus years, since they have the same build as my other Rocky’s.
Bought just outside 1yr warranty (can’t return- past warranty). I hunt hard both in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado. Walked thru shallow creeks(nothing over ankle high). With all my hard hunting, these soles just gave up and started to peel away from upper(BTW uppers still good shape).
For the cost of getting a comfortable boot, only to have sole quit after 1yr. Whatever glue being used Rocky RD department need to have looky see.
Bought this model of boots in Dec. 2018, did not wear for that hunting season. Wore possibly 20 days each of 2019 and 2020 hunting season then 3 days into the 2021 season when the seam on the rear of the boot failed.
I understand that the boots only carry a 1 year warranty but come on the seam failed. Photos don’t lie. I have been buying Rocky boots for a long long time and will continue but I believe in my opinion they should have just replaced the boots and stand behind their product.
SINCE 1932 In 1932 Charles Danner opened his bootmaking business, risking his future on a stubborn belief that, regardless of the economy, superior craftsmanship mattered. While much has changed since the first Danner boot was made, our dedication to crafting a superior product has not.
Hold a Danner boot in your hand and you’ll notice the hand crafted precision. Try it on and you’ll feel the difference. Test it against the elements and you’ll appreciate the value of a product that is built to last.
I’m on my 3rd month wearing these boots. 90% of the terrain is wooded with soft dirt, leaf litter and some mud. 10% is gravel road. The soles of these boots are already worn down and offer no grip on any terrain.
The waterproofing wore away and my feet get soaked, the nylon eyelets are starting to wear through and overall the longevity is not what I’ve experienced in the past with Danner. Having said that, these boots are very comfortable right out of the box and remain comfortable as the rest deteriorate.
I’ve never had a boot that didn’t last at least one season, these will be the last pair of Danner boots I buy.
Only have about 16 hrs in the boots so far, but that’s been on broken ground so I think it’s a fair trial. Haven’t had a chance to verify they’re waterproof, but have had good luck with Danner in the past.
Unless you know for a fact you have unusually wide feet, don’t order the Wide. Boots already come standard in “D” if memory serves, which should pretty much cover everybody. Size was right on for me – I usually wear 10.
5, and they fit me well. I was pleased to find a waterproof boot that wasn’t insulated.
I love this boot, but the soles wear out way too fast. They are comfortable, dry, and well built. My only gripe is the sole lasted about 10-12 months before it was slick. I reached out to Danner to voice my concern, but their response was that these boots were not designed for daily wear.
A little disappointed in Danner. Either way I liked them enough to buy a second pair. Who knows, maybe the second pair will last longer??.
Chasing desert sheep across the Cabeza Prieta Wilderness in Arizona calls for a boot that can take a full day of sharp, rock-filled, thorny terrain, allowing you to concentrate on what’s around you. Crafted for extreme abuse, these boots have no waterproof membrane, giving you extreme breathability and all-day comfort no matter how much ground you cover.
The outsole traction system and extra padding will make these your go-to long distance favorites. Made in Italy. 4. 0 lbs.
I’ll start with a disclaimer: I needed to buy a men’s size because Kennetrek doesn’t make women’s boots in a wide width (which they really should for this particular boot, please Kennetrek just make one boot in a women’s wide, especially this one), so I have to put up with a sloppy fitting heel, which is not the fault of the boot.
These boots are superbly constructed and will last a very long time. I have bad feet and have had surgery on them so I really appreciate a boot that is designed to be as orthopedically comfortable as possible.
I am on my feet working all day and put in at least 8 miles a day walking around and standing on various surfaces. I was hoping for a boot that was comfortable enough to wear all day and to wear on long hikes, but these boots need a little bit of softer under-toe cushioning for that.
Even my regular Asolo hiking boots (also mens) have under-toe cushioning. After about 4 hours the soles of the boots start to feel uncomfortably hard under the ball of my foot and especially under my toes.
Otherwise the footbed has great support and generally reduces fatigue. If my feet can get used to these boots enough to last all day or I can figure out how to give my toes a little more cush, I’ll buy another pair with insulation for winter.
The Wingshooter waterproof leather hunting boot has dominated the field since 1950. This is the original Irish Setter boot and it gets better with every upgrade. The beautiful full grain leather wraps around the UltraDry waterproof membrane that keeps you dry in wet conditions while the 400g 3M Thinsulate Ultra insulation keeps you warm.
The sole is a Goodyear Welt which adds strength and durability to the boot and it also includes a comfortable steel shank which provides more stable footing and helps support your feet and calves. It’s surprisingly lightweight and extremely comfortable all day.
This 9-inch boot height provides protection higher above the ankle and is so versatile, you can take them anywhere.
These boots started out great when I bought them in April of 2021. I had to get used to walking with the wedge style sole, not a problem. In August I blew out one of the eye hooks, it literally broke in two, the front away from the back (rivet came undone).
I lived with them that way for another few months. Then in November, the same thing happened, now outside of the 6 month warranty. I took them to a Red Wing store and they told me they could fix them, no problem, only about $6 an eye.
I told them that was a problem for me, not financially, but just the fact they wouldn’t stand behind the craftsmanship. Since the second eye came off, I started wearing my old boots from another manufacturer about every other day.
I barely had many miles put on the Wingshooter. I replaces the laces with paracord after having one lace shred (maybe from the eye?), and decided to do that with all my boots. I had an old pair of Irish Setters that I wore right into the ground, they lasted MANY years, so I hoped to get the same from these Wingshooters.
not the case. If this is how they will hold up, I will never buy another pair, especially with the limited warranty. I’m enclosing a pic of my boots, you can see they have little wear, just missing the eyes.
I was looking for a waterproof boot for the winter months and wanted to try Red Wing or Irish Setter again. I did not have much luck several years ago but now lived in Minnesota and have several Red Wing dealers close by.
I wore these boots for about 4 weeks. I had applied leather conditioners before wearing but they never seem to feel broken in even after several weeks. My feet have never hurt so bad. I went back to the store to see if there was a return option.
I was just a few days past the 30 day guarantee at this point. The manager said there was not a return or exchange option but that he would “make me a great deal on another pair of boots. ” I said I just spent $200 on these and why would I want to spend more money on a another pair of boots.
I have been wearing Thorogood boots for the last 8 years without a single comfort or construction issue. Again I thought I would try Red wing because of manufacturing issues, I was not finding the Thorogoods in my size but needed new boots before the winter came.
I continue to wear them because of the money spent but can’t wait for spring so I can switch back to my Thorogoods. I will never spend my money on another Red Wing or Irish Setter product.
This boot is greatly lacking in performance and fit. I’ve used Red Wing work boots for may years and have been very satisfied with the products I’ve had from Red Wing. However, I regret purchasing this Irish Setter product, in fact this is my first product review of any type which I felt compelled to write because the design is so poor.
My issues mainly revolve around the sole and the fit. The outsole is claimed to prevent mud buildup, which it does at the expense of traction on any surface other than dry asphalt. The tread (if you can call it “tread”) is simply hopeless and I found myself slipping in conditions my Red Wing work boots (designed for use in factory environments with a smoother sole) could easily handle.
Snow, mud, wet/damp grass or any mildly adverse condition and this boot cannot cope. Additionally, the sole is incredibly flexible. So if you intend to walk any distance your arches will quickly tire, especially if any hills are encountered.
The “UltraDry” waterproof membrane may keep moisture out, but it does not breathe well and I would advise looking for a product that uses the original brand of breathable waterproof membrane. Any basic hiking boot works better than the Wingshooter in the above areas.
I found the fit to also be very poor. The volume of the boot is extremely large such that my foot slides from side to side even in a normal width. Since there is no actual foot retention my feet slide forward and the heel is not held in place and blisters easily occur.
Wrapping the laces around the back of the ankle before lacing up the hooks helps somewhat, but it cannot solve this issue; its like wearing a loose fitting leather sock. Since the volume is so large, even with thick socks, the edges of the lacing eyes meet before I can achieve a decent hold on my feet.
I don’t think my feet are difficult to fit as I’ve never had such issues with any other boot before. I have none of these issues with my steel toe Red Wing work boots and have taken to using those in the field rather than the Wingshooter.
I would strongly advise any potential customers to seek a different product.
You don’t become a classic by being good enough. You do it being better than you had to be. Exactly why Danner build the Grouse with full grain leather, Cordora uppers, and our world renowned Danner Bob outsoles.
The feature-rich, USA-made Grouse is made for comfort in all conditions. GORE-TEX lining provides breathable, waterproof protection and the full-grain leather and Cordura upper combined with Danner’s famous stitchdown construction gives rugged durability and a wide platform for stability.
The Danner Bob outsole, known as one of the world’s best hunting outsoles, tracks steadily in the snow and mud while continuously self-cleaning.
I’m not normally a review person, theses boots are changing that. They have the typical quality of construction one expects from Danner, that’s why I came back for another pair. The HUGE main issue with these boots is the sole.
It’s the exact opposite description given, they are super slick when it’s cold. I gave up trying to work in them after just a few days. When they get cold even dry pavement is dangerous. Forget about trying to cross an icy parking lot.
Then there’s the fit. Normally I would like the really narrow fit, thank you Danner for filling a gap in the market that I’m in, but in an insulated boot it’s too narrow. I normally wear a size B width boot.
I also appreciate a fit that I don’t wallow in as I’m bushwhacking up/down a steep hillside. My boots came with some kind of plastic half insert and no insole. I grabbed the SF out of my old boots and they were too thick, my feet didn’t fit.
I did get a pair of the thin SF insoles and they work great but I am limited to a hiking weight pair of socks in a winter boot. I don’t see a use for an insulated boot that you can’t use in the cold.
Firstly, I have a medium width foot, and at first I ignored the reviews and ordered the D. I had to send it back because it was just too tight, bordering on painful. Subsequently, I returned the boot and ordered an EE.
I was disappointed the refund took about two weeks, nonetheless. I should have heeded the advice of others. The EE’s are well built and comfortable. I sealed mine with the Danner waterproofing gel. which seems to work great.
No leaks as of now. One complaint is that I can’t get the right boot to stop squeaking. It is coming from the area where the laces begin. hopefully it goes away eventually. It’s Going to be hard to stalk an elk in these until I get it handled somehow.
Otherwise, the craftsmanship is great. The traction seems to be a bit on the lite side for my preference. the tread depth is. 185. I, however, really do like the tread pattern.
I bought a pair of Canadian boots about 7 years ago from Danner and they were the best boots I’ve ever owned. So it was an easy choice to buy another pair now that those were wearing down. The Canadian boot is no longer available in EEE so I went to the only boot that I could find that was EEE.
The Grouse. They say EEE on them but they are not wide enough for my foot or even as wide as the old Canadian boots. I am in the process of returning them now but am disappointed. I would really like a pair that is wide enough to fit my foot in comfortably.
Please let me know if you have any solution to this. Thanks. I used the Canadians for 7 long years of hunting elk in the winter months and loved them.
X-Stream Waterproof Waterproof, breathable membrane keeps feet dry and comfortable. Blood-borne pathogen penetration compliant. Made in the USA Made in the USA with domestic and globally sourced components.
“A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. ” Don’t miss your shot due to tired, wet feet in heavy boots clogged with mud. These Made in the USA Flyway boots exceed the avid upland bird hunter’s requirements: Cushioned removable footbed for all-day comfort, breathable X-Stream Waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry and blister-free, a rubber midsole for shock absorption with every step, and Antique Goodyear Welt construction for years of durable wear.
Tailor-made for the upland bird hunter’s needs, the simple yet effective multi-directional pattern of the lightweight outsole resists mud and slipping so you can flush and shoot with confidence all day long.
Received boots about a week ago. Wore them several times now riding horses and working on the ranch. They feel a little snug at first around the sides(only reason I rated it 4 not 5 stars) but I think they will break in after a few weeks of work.
Overall quality of boot is very high. Definitely no corners cut on quality and craftsmanship! Love the fact that these boots are made in the USA. If youâ€™re considering buying these boots, you should find the video on the production of them.
It is very hands on and shows why they are the price they are.
Iâ€™ve only been wearing these boots for about a week. So far theyâ€™re absolutely comfortable out of the box. I do a lot of walking on different types of terrain for my job and these boots have done amazing.
The leather is soft as well. Time will tell how they hold up but theyâ€™re very high quality, which is expected from a USA made boot. You wonâ€™t regret this purchase plus youâ€™re supporting your country.
Theyâ€™re a little pricey but Iâ€™ll pay it all over again for a USA made boot.
Just past the break-in period with these. So far they are very comfortable. I ordered the wide version and I’m very glad I did as they would have been too tight otherwise. I mainly use these for hunting so thick socks are always used.
So far, much better than my Irish setter Wingshooter boots.
Boot Height: Approx. 8” Tall. Durable, waterproof full-grain CamoHide leather upper with rugged and lightweight 1000 Denier nylon. Realtree Xtra camo utilizes a robust light and dark pattern plus a multi-directional layout that creates an incredibly 3D effect.
Good for all times of the day and year. Full-grain leather toe and heel cap. Rugged hardware for secure fit and long lasting performance. 100% waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX lining. 1200 gram Thinsulate Insulation offers lightweight warmth for those needing protection in extreme cold climates.
Cushioning three density open cell polyurethane Ortholite footbed. Lightweight and stable performance of Danner’s TERRA FORCE platform. Danner Pronghorn outsole for solid traction over rugged terrain.
This is my 3rd pair of Pronghorn boots in the last 15 or so years with my first and second pair being bought and used around 10 years ago before I switched careers and went to Redwing (for which I did and can still choose a discount voucher).
All in all I’m not pleased with the latest version of this boot, I find that after around 7-8 hours of my 10-12 hour work day spent delivering raw materials for a concrete company my feet are very sore.
The way the tongue attaches to the boot leaves a ridge/pinch point on my feet (especially the right one) and yes I’m aware these are hunting boots designed to hug your feet snugly. Secondly I’m very disappointed in the quality of leather used in this model as I have a pair of Danner Quarry 2.
0 I’ve been wearing for the same amount of time (swapping out every other day) and the toe area on these have started to “flake” is the best way to describe it where the Quarry’s show no sign of wear under the same conditions which has only been about 3 weeks.
I’m planning on calling Danner tomorrow so I will update after talking to customer service. My first two pairs which I still have pair number 2 which I wear for yard work were worn 5-7 days a week as a carpenter lasting around 2-1/2 -3 years apiece before being replaced (due to the soles wearing out) in both residential and commercial with every type of footing one can imagine from dirt/mud to snow to concrete with no problems in either the leather falling apart or any pain in my feet working between 8-10 hours a day.
That being said I will say the Vibram soles on both boots is a major plus with both grip and comfort in any condition I currently encounter which varies quite greatly from soaking wet to super dry/dusty conditions.
After purchasing both pairs I would have and will in the future purchase the Quarry 2. 0 boots which is a shame as I was hoping to enjoy these with the light weight they offer. With these being a hunting boot I would have thought the leather would be a little tougher as the woods are no place for leather that cannot take a beating.
I purchased this boot in November 2021 based on input from friends who owned them and my personal experience with other Danner products. I ordered them them 1 full size larger and wider based on other reviews stating they ran a little small.
I usually wear a 10 1/2 or 11 wide. I went with a 12 wide. A little big. 11 – 11 1/2 tops would of been a little better choice for me as I walk a lot. I water proofed the boots with Danner water proofing spray.
Boots were very comfortable. I took a risk and wore them every day on my Elk hunt in Colorado without first breaking them in. No issues, no blisters. Feet kept warm and dry. The boot is definitely lighter in weight than the older version doing a side-by-side comparison.
I ordered the first set online in a 10. 5 EE, it was shipped fast to my home and was excited to get them for my hunt. I found they were extremely tight in width and length. I returned them and had to buy from a different vendor also online, because Sportsman’s was “out of stock” for size 11.
5 EE. I found that the new pair I received is an 11. 5 EE (UK) size which is a size 12 in the US. Not sure if all of these boots are like this, but if you can’t try before you buy, go up at least one full size in my opinion.
It might save you some headache and hassle. Other than the sizing issue, the boots are great. I found them to be very warm in cold weather snow (15 degrees Fahrenheit or so) and cold rain.
I bought these to wear ice fishing on cold days here in PA- I usually wear Muck Arctic pro or lacrosse alpha 1600. The rubber boots seemed to get cold to me so I watched a review on these and figured I’d try them.
Turns out my feet got cold in them on a 25degree day. My toes were cold within 2 hours of being on the Ice. I feel that there is not enough insulation in the toe at all. This is extremely disappointing.
My rubber boots are warmer and now I am stuck with boots that serve me no use. These are also very hard to tie up tightly. They are more comfortable than rubber but if my feet are cold in no time that does not matter either.
I have weak ankles that roll causing me injuries so I thought I would try a higher boot. These boots are perfect. I can feel the support they are giving me. Plus they are comfortable, water resistant insulated for our frigid winters.
I would recommend to anyone looking for support, comfort, waterproof and insulated boots.
Received these as a Christmas gift and was very surprised. These boots seemed to be built very well. The fit is great. A little bulky on the top have of boot BOA system is a plus love the ease of on and off.
These will be for hunting on stand only and hope these will be outstanding warmth. The boot is stiff at ankle bend and hope this softens up.
The right pair of hunting boots is essential for any hunter, but especially for those with wide feet. There are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for hunting boots for wide feet, such as the fit, the material, and the features.
The most important thing to keep in mind when shopping for hunting boots for wide feet is the fit. It is important to find a pair of boots that fit snugly around the foot, without being too tight. Boots that are too tight can cause blisters and other problems.
Additionally, it is important to make sure that there is enough room in the toe box for the hunter’s toes.
The material of the boot is also important to consider. Hunting boots for wide feet should be made of a durable material that can withstand the elements. Leather is a good option, as it is both durable and breathable.
However, synthetic materials may also be an option for those with wide feet.
Finally, it is important to consider the features of the boot. Hunting boots for wide feet should have good traction and be able to provide support. Additionally, they should be waterproof and have a good insulation to keep the feet warm in cold weather.
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