Best Deer Hunting Boots 2019 – Reviews and Top Picks

Hunting deer in certain season require different choice of the boots. Boots for deer hunting should have a good, convenient shoetree. The length, width and volume of the boot should match the parameters of your foot, so that the foot is comfortably placed inside. Big game low boots provide with the freedom of movements, but they do not protect from getting the mud and dust inside of the boot. Models of medium height well fix the ankle, protecting it from dislocations and sprains. These boots are good for hunting on the rough terrain. High models relieve the load from the ankle during long hikes and on the difficult routes. Shoes for whitetail hunting should be light enough, and the winter boots also should be not too warm to avoid the effect of overheated feet. Excellent option in this case is membrane materials for the top of the boots, which divert the internal moisture, and foamed materials – for example EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) – for the bottom of the boot. The sole should be with a protector, and for raw weather, it should be even aggressive.

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

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Hunting deer always requires dealing with the toughest habitat conditions, and Deer Trackers take you anywhere safe and comfortable. The aggressive lug pattern on this Deer Tracker sole provides great stability and traction on rugged terrain. The boot’s weight is reduced and a dual-density midsole provides comfort. They are absolutely durable and waterproof.

Size:
10EE – 11.5D
Material:
Textile and Synthetic
Weight:
2 pounds
PROS

RPM technology;

StableFlex construction;

Aggressive lug pattern;

Cons

Not wide enough;

Here are one of the best rubber boots you can go hunt a deer. These boots won’t let you down for sure. It is all about toughness, durability, and comfort. Whether you wear them for hunting, working, or hiking, the boots give you the freedom to get concentrated on what matters to you.

Size:
8-14
Material:
Textile
Weight:
5 pounds
PROS

1000 denier nylon upper;

Waterproof dry core lining;

EVA footbed;

Deer tracks outsole;

Cons

Poor waterproof;

A bit loose;

Boots have full grain leather upper and were handcrafted by the S.B. Foot Tanning Company, exclusively for the Irish Setter. These boots meet all demands of every hunter. You don’t need to worry whether you can handle any of tough trail or terrain, as wearing them you can do anything. They don’t overload your feet but still protect them good enough.

Size:
9-14
Material:
Textile
Weight:
2 pounds
PROS

Ultra Dry membrane ArmaTeca technology;

PU cladding;

Scent Ban lining;

400 grams of Primaloft insulation;

Cushin Comfort Tongue technology;

Stable Flexa technology;

RPM technology;

Cons

Not light enough;

Strong synthetic smell;

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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]