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The Best Hunting Boots For 2020

1. The Original MuckBoots Scrub Boot

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2. Men’s 860 Elk Tracker Waterproof 1000

Irish Setter Men's 860 Elk Tracker Waterproof 1000 Gram 12" Big Game Hunting Boot,Brown,11 EE US

$234.93  in stock
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  • Lace-up full-grain waterproof leather hunting boot featuring kiltie overlay at toebox and logo plaques at shaft
  • Waterproof GORE-TEX lining
  • 1000g 3M Thinsulate Ultra insulation. Weight:4.93 pounds
  • Bulls-Eye Air Bob Aggressive sole for traction
  • ScentBan technology to kill bacteria that cause odors

Irish Setter Men's 860 Elk Tracker Waterproof 1000 Gram Boot

3. Men’s 882 Elk Tracker Waterproof 600

Irish Setter Men's 882 Elk Tracker Waterproof 600 Gram 12" Big Game Hunting Boot,Brown,11 D US

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  • 12-inch hunting boot with 600 gram 3M Thinsulate insulation and waterproof GORE-TEX fabric lining
  • Removable comfort cork EVA footbed with memory foam
  • ScentBan technology to kill odor-causing bacteria

Irish Setter Men’s 882 Elk Tracker Waterproof 600 Gram 12inch Big Game Hunting Boot

4.Timberland PRO Men’s 8 Inch Boondock Composite-Toe Waterproof

Timberland PRO Men's 8 inch Boondock Comp Toe Waterproof INS 1000 Work Boot, Brown Tumbled Leather, 10 W US

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  • Lace-up composite-toe work boot featuring contrast padded collar and premium waterproof leather upper with waterproof membrane for abrasion resistance
  • Composite safety toe shaped on TiTAN last for protection and superior fit (A11UI and 1158A only)
  • Combination three-quarter Goodyear welt/cement heel construction
  • Rigid external heel cup for lateral stability
  • Dual-density PU midsole with shock-absorbing Anti-Fatigue technology


5.The Original MuckBoots Adult FieldBlazer Hunting Boot

The Original MuckBoots Adult FieldBlazer Hunting Boot

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  • Rugged knee-high hunting boot featuring Realtree shaft in waterproof materials
  • Reinforced achilles support panel
  • Reinforced shank

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6. Irish Setter Men’s 2870 Vaprtrek Waterproof 8″ Hunting Boot

Irish Setter Men's 2870 Vaprtrek Waterproof 8" Hunting Boot, Realtree Xtra Camouflage,12 D US

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  • Light weight ankle-high hunting boot with extreme durability, ideal for early-season
  • ScentBan scent control
  • UltraDry waterproofing system
  • Realtree Xtra Camouflage
  • RPM technology significantly reduces the weight of the boot

Best All Around Hunting & Hiking Boot - 2016 Irish Setter

7. MuckBoots Men’s Arctic Pro Hunting Boot

Muck Boots Arctic Pro Bark - Men's 11.0, Women's 12.0 B(M) US

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  • 8 mm neoprene provides comfort and flexibility, along with excellent waterproofing, shock absorption and heat retention properties; adjusts to your foot shape to resist blisters and chafing
  • Muck's warmest boot; fleece lining is soft, durable and provides exceptional warmth in extreme cold; 2 mm thermal foam under the footbed for extra warmth; comfort rated from -60 °F to 30 °F (-50 °C to -1 °C)
  • Stretch-fit Comfort Topline snugs calf to seal in warmth while keeping cold and debris out; double reinforcement in the instep, heel and Achilles area where you need it most
  • Lightweight EVA midsole for additional cushioning; super aggressive Bob-Tracker outsole is rugged and durable
  • High-grade rubber provides extra toughness and makes for a 100% waterproof hunting boot; 17-inch height for maximum protection; rear pull loops for easy on/off

Muck Arctic Pro Best Winter Boot

Hunting Boot Guide

Here on comm-fab we have the fortune to travel all over the country and do all kinds of hunts in all kinds of conditions and we’ve developed what we call the for boot rule to cover the footwear needs of hunting in all these diverse conditions but to not confuse you, I have five boots on the table here so what I’m talking about is a four boot rule which goes to right here and then I’m adding a pair of waders and this is a wading boot I’ll get to that at the end

I’m going to start with the first boot here and this is a six inch leather uninsulated or lightly insulated hiking boot this is made by Lowa I wore this for about three seasons of shooting comm-fab and they’re pretty much cashed out but it’s a boot that I enjoyed very much so these boots are lightweight they’re comfortable and yet have a high level of support they’re good in the mountains are good in flat country they’re definitely good in warmer weather if it starts getting cold and the snow starts to follow this is not going to be the boot that you want to pull out but this is great for early season elk hunts antelope hunts anything where you’re not too worried about freezing your toes the second boot in my arsenal is a backpack hunting boot so this is insulated it’s gore-tex it’s got a tall leather upper and it’s a very stiff heavy back packing boot it has it has a very stiff footbed to help you side Hill in steep country it’s warm it works for you really well into the late season and it’s a great all-around back packing boot when you when you’re caring a heavy load on your back when you’re going to pull out a big animal off mountain this is your go-to mountain boot the next boot is a pack boot this is made by shanae’s and what this is a lightweight cold-weather boot that still works really well for hiking and for action you can wear this boot in a tree stand hunting for whitetail you can be sedentary in this boot and it has insulation that will keep you warm but it’s light enough and it’s built correctly that you can also hike up mountains through the forest and be active in this boot as well it has a rubber sole which is very good for traction it’s good for snow it’s good for ice and then it has a leather upper that is fairly waterproof helps keep you warm it’s just a rugged great all-around boot one of the important parts of these boots is that they have removable felt liners so you can get some with removable liners and some with that I recommend you getting removable liners because you can pull the insulating material out of your boot it’s separate from your boot and the advantage of having it separate is that you can bring a couple pairs on a hunt and if they get wet one day you can dry them out and go back and exchange your wet liners for your dry ones each day the fourth boot in the for boot rule is a knee-high rubber boot now this model specifically is made by Eagle they’re a European company and this is an insulated boot in Alaska everybody runs around wearing extra toughs there’s a couple other brands that make knee-high rubber boots in the United States and they really are a very useful boot to have around there’s some situations in hunting where these come in handy one of those is where scent is an issue so if you’re a bow hunter and you’ve got to climb into your stand and you’re really worried about scent rubber does not hold scent very well so what you can do is you can scrub these down clean them up rub some dirt mud on them and really have a very scent free boot walking into your stand other obvious reasons that these are really great is for any kind of wet country any low country hunt any marshy hunt or even any rainy day if I know I’m suiting up with my rain gear all day long I would love to have these along to really stay dry one thing on the negative side to this boot is this isn’t really a mountain boot there’s no ankle support here it’s just it’s just rubber and then a solid rubber sole so this is not what you want to climb up a mountain in there’s not support and you could get super blistered up or even get yourself into a pickle and then the thing that breaks the for boot rule is a pair of waders here I have a pair of waders chest waders gore-tex made by Simms they’re a sock foot waiter which means that the boots are not attached to the waiter you put the waders on and then you put the waiting boot on over top that now this specific waiting boot is my go-to for hunting this is a Vibram sold waiting boot a lot of waiting boots are felt sold which help you grip rocks while you’re fishing and things like that but what I have found is I do a lot of cold-weather duck hunting and wearing a felt boot in the cold weather tends to freeze up that boot that felt sole freezes up and you get these big blocks of ice whereas this Vibram sole stays free of ice and is safer for wading in water in cold temperatures so that’s your for boot rule plus waders if you line yourself out with this spectrum of footwear you’re going to be able to pretty much go anywhere and hunt anything

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