Best Cold Weather Hunting Boots 2019 – Reviews and Top Picks

Shoes for hunting are not the same thing as shoes for walking in the city. Staying in a wild environment imposes certain demands for shoes. Overcooling or damage to the feet deprives the person of mobility, and sometimes – the ability to move. Even common dampness can cause both irritation and contribute to infection, which also affects the possibility to move free. Finally, the most trivial cooling of the feet will cause, at a minimum, discomfort that will distract the hunter. Winter hunting boots should include the following features:

  • Extra pads for better foot protection;
  • The seams are overlapped and covered with overlays;
  • Tightening belts on boot’s tops;
  • Pads for fixing the ankle;
  • Materials should exclude sliding;
  • The design of boots should prevent water from getting into the boot within the shaft.

Buyer’s Guide – How to Choose a Hunting Boots.

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These all terrain hunting boots have sporty lightweight styling so you can move fast when pursuing game.

Size:
7-13
Material:
Rubber and textile
Weight:
40 oz
PROS

Rubber sole;

Warm fleece lining;

2mm thermal foam;

5mm CR flex-foam;

EVA contoured molded midsole;

MS-1 molded outsole;

Cons

May be heavy;

The Bogs Classic High boots are all-round hunting boot made for warmth and comfort. Comfort rated from temperate to cold conditions. The upper part is high and is absolutely waterproof so you can get through creeks and sink into snowdrifts without doubts.

Size:
7-18
Material:
Rubber
Weight:
5 pounds
PROS

100% Waterproof;

Comfort rated -40 degrees;

Non-slip, non-marking and self-cleaning outsole;

Insulated;

Anti-odor protection insole;

Cons

Can be loose;

If you’re looking for insulated rubber boots that will resist bad weather, then Kamik’s boots is a good choice. They are made to be 100% waterproof, oil and acid resistant.

Size:
7-14
Material:
Rubber and Fabric
Weight:
41 oz
PROS

Temperature Rated: -40°C;

Waterproof synthetic rubber;

Waterproof adjustable nylon collar;

8 mm Thermal Guard removable liner;

Moisture wicking lining;

Synthetic rubber outsole;

Cons

Sizing differs;

A bit bulky;

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By Chris Hayes
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    My name is Chris and I am a hunter, outdoorsman, survivalist of 36 years old from Bosie, Idaho. Being a participant of Ihea-USA, I like big game hunting most of all, especially hunting white-tailed deer. Except hunting, I’m also keen on fishing and gaining new knowledge how to survive in the wild nature.As a professional hunter, I do not stop improving upon own hunting skills and testing new gear, equipment, hardware and weapons.I write articles to share my experience and knowledge with the readers who motivate me for more. For any additional information contact me at [email protected]

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