MuckBoots Arctic Pro Hunting Boot Review
These ultra-warm boots are rated down to -60 degrees Fahrenheit. They have a 5mm CR flex-foam that not only locks your feet in place and keeps them warm, but the boot doesn’t feel stiff. The high abrasion rubber outsole gives plenty of traction so you won’t go sliding.
The breathable air-mesh lining circulated air and wicks away sweat, keeping you cool during the summer and warm during the winter. These are really good hunting boots.
Why We Love Them: They are so lightweight for the amount of insulation they provide. The fleece liner keeps you warm without adding any unnecessary weight.
Where We Think They Could Do Better: While these are great boots that will keep you warm and comfortable, their durability could be better. They will last you a good year or two of heavy use but I wouldn’t count on passing these down the family line.
LaCrosse Men’s Alphaburly Pro Best Insulated Hunting Boots
These are for the true winter hunter enthusiasts among us. They’re rated for -70 Fahrenheit and hold up in even the most frigid conditions. They have a crazy 1600g of Thinsulate insulation that puts them way above the competitors. Pair these with a good pair of socks and you’re ready to tackle the arctics!
They have built-in shock-absorbing mid-soles that spread the stress so your feet and knees won’t ache the next day. The liner is composed of neoprene which offers increased air circulation and wicks away sweat before it has a chance to buildup. These are, in my opinion, the best rubber hunting boots available in the winter.
Why We Love them: They are form-fitting and mold to the shape of your foot, ankle, and calves. They feel absolutely amazing and won’t move around when you’re walking.
Where We Think They Could Do Better: Because they are so heavily insulated, they aren’t exactly lightweight. Some users find them difficult to remove because the padding is snug.