Best Hunting Boots

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Best Hunting Boots

Wildlife Chase can help you choose the best hunting boots on the market. Our product reviews and side-by-side comparisons make it easier to understand the pros and cons of purchasing top products in the hunting industry. Check out our article ‘Best Hunting Boots of 2018’ for our complete review and comparison.

Our Results

We’ve taken a close look at 5 of the top elk hunting boots for 2018:

Irish Setter Men’s 86 Elk Trekker
Danner Men’s Pronghorn 8” Insulated
Kenetrek Men’s Mountain Extreme 400 Insulated
LaCrosse Men’s Silencer Realtree Xtra
Lowa Men’s Tibet GTX Trekking Boot

The Irish Setter Men’s 860 Elk Tracker is our clear winner, for several obvious reasons. This boot offers superior support in any condition, regardless of the terrain or weather. Outside, the Elk Tracker is waterproof, durable cowhide, while inside, its Thinsulate Ultra insulation keeps feet warm, even on the coldest of days.

It’s All About Comfort

We know it’s about more than just comfort, however, at the end of the day, if you haven’t factored comfort into the fit of your hunting boots, you’re not going to care whether they were waterproofed or were made to last. The Elk Tracker has made a big impression on our review panel for overall design and materials.

Traction is a big deal when hunting- and the Elk Tracker’s soles seem like they were made for running in what would in most cases be considered unreliable conditions, such as thick mud or slippery grass.

Gore-Tex lining ensures the insides of your bunting boots remain dry as a bone, offering additional moisture-wicking properties, so your feet stay comfortable all day long. The best hunting boots rely on today’s technology to deliver a better hunting experience.

Additional Features We Liked About the Elk Tracker

Multi-technology built in ScentBan, Gore-Tex, Bulls-Eye Air Bob Aggression
Ideal for both hot and cold-weather hunting
Exceptional traction
Very comfortable and Reliable
Durable, quality materials

What we didn’t find in the Elk Tracker was a steel toe, which is not typically a disadvantage to elk hunters. However, for the hunter who feels more secure wearing steel-toe boots, we’d like to reiterate all of the pros we noted in our recommendation for the Elk Tracker and advise taking a closer look before you decide to purchase an inferior hunting boot just for the added toe protection.

We felt the price of the Elk Hunter was quite affordable, especially comparing them with lesser-quality boots that cost up to twice as much as these boots cost. Feel free to read out entire review for the best hunting boots in 2018, and consider our second or third choice pick if the Elk Tracker doesn’t appear to meet your needs.

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