Best Leather Hunting Boots 2019 – Reviews and Top Picks

Hunting leather boots are an excellent option for hunting. To prevent shoes from letting moisture inside, it can be covered with a special compound. High-quality leather shoes are ideal for “dry” hunting, and absolutely not suitable for walking in the rainy season and snow. Leather boots have some important features, you should look for:

  • high resistance to wear at high loads;
  • ability to reliably protect feet from various environmental influences;
  • maximum thermal insulation;
  • strong protection against moisture;
  • comfort while walking;
  • the hunter’s ability to move easily, dexterously and unobstructed.

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

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Irish Setter UltraDry construction combines such features as waterproof, long-lasting comfort and high performance. The boots are warm but remain the breathability. It has a vintage look. The waterproof layer is an indispensable touch and the padded collar makes for extra comfort. Enjoy the hunt keeping feet dry.

Size:
8-14
Material:
Leather
Weight:
2 pounds
PROS

Waterproof leather;

EVA midsole;

UltraDry Waterproofing system;

Polyurethane footbed;

Cons

Wrong sizing;

These hunting boots have features to tackle the most challenging conditions and terrain. They provide hunter with maximum comfort with its durability, waterproof protection and warmth. Its abrasion weather resistant upper has both a GORE-TEX membrane and 1000 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation.

Size:
7-14
Material:
Leather
Weight:
2.5 pounds
PROS

GORE-TEX membrane;

Cushioning design;

Wolverine h-plate suspension system;

1000 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation;

Cons

Not fury;

If you look for a high performance, the boots that can resist the harshest conditions and keep your feet dry & warm then this is it. It perfectly adopts the form of your foot and allows challenge the most difficult terrain.

Size:
7-16
Material:
Leather and textile
Weight:
4 pounds
PROS

Gore-Tex;

Camohide leather upper;

400g Thinsulate insulation;

Pronghorne outsole;

Terra force platform;

Cons

Bulky and not tough;

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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]