"Be very, very quiet. I'm hunting wabbit." Don't be a sissy Elmer Fudd! Working Person's Store suggests you go for the big game. How about hunting an elk? Well, even if you don't want to hunt elk, you should consider these Irish Setter 860 Elk Tracker Insulated Hun ... (see full details) (see specifications) #IRS860.
"Be very, very quiet. I'm hunting wabbit." Don't be a sissy Elmer Fudd! Working Person's Store suggests you go for the big game. How about hunting an elk? Well, even if you don't want to hunt elk, you should consider these Irish Setter 860 Elk Tracker Insulated Hunting Boots for work.
Irish Setter is a division of Red Wing Shoes - a name you have known and trusted. For sixty years, Irish Setter has heard the call of the wild. From sun-up to sundown, this company has been in the woods, in the tree stands in all weather conditions for one purpose to design outstanding hunting boots.
The waterproof Elk Tracker features a black 12-inch super premium work grade leather upper. The sturdy cleat sole is attached using a premium leather welt. These cleats give you excellent traction on any terrain. And these hunting boots fit great from the start. Wear 'em they arrive on your door step. No break-in period needed.
ScentBan Technology is imbedded in the leathers, linings and footbeds. ScentBan is a silver ion technology that kills odor causing bacteria because animals love the small of dirt, trees, even urine, but not stinky human feet.
1000 gram Thinsulate Ultra from 3M is used as lining material in the Elk Tracker. Thinsulate is designed to trap more air closer to your body for greater insulation. Thinsulate is lightweight and breathable for your comfort.
Irish Setter recommends that you use warm water and a stiff bristle brush to clean your Elk Tracker Hunting Boots. Mink oil is suggested to recondition the leathers. Silicone products can be used lightly on non-leather surfaces. After conditioning with mink oil, an application of leather protector is suggested. Please remember all treatment products may change the appearance of leather. Read the instructions of the product supplier carefully before applying to your hunting boots. If you have added questions, contact the supplier.
Well, are you ready to face the challenge of hunting big game, or at least working a big job? Gear-up today with a pair of Irish Setter 860 Elk Tracker Insulated Hunting Boots from Working Person's Store. With stealth and cunning, take your mouse and click to bag a pair of these great hunting boots.
Sizes Manufactured: D 8 - 12,13,14 EE 8 - 12,13,14
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5 out of 5
You'll not regret having warm, dry feet...
On my 2nd pair in 10 years, only because the first pair, were left on a rock, next to the truck after I changed shoes to head home ! Ate lunch, changed shoes left a perfectly good pair of buts on my favorite mountain ! These boots can literaly be taken out of the box put on your feet, and you can start walkin, huntin in comfort, with dry feet ! 2nd pair is 8 years old now, just oil'em up every now n then and enjoy warm dry feet ! It is about time for soles to be replaced ! Heck for the cost of new soles I can afford some new gear instead of more money for new boots !
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5 out of 5
Best pair of boots I have ever owned!...
I bought these boots because I am sick of wet feet in Washington state during hunting season. The triple stitching and stitched on sole were big selling factors for me! other shoes with bonded material have never lasted long for my hunting needs.
I wore these Irish Setter boots for hunting this fall 2013. These boots are extremely comfortable right out of the box. They do not require any breaking in at all. They are warm and snug. The leather holds up really well. I noted this after stumbling through brush and over logs after dark for several hours tracking a blood trail for a friend early season. These boots showed hardly a scratch. They can really take a beating! Also during late season my wife and I encountered a few wet rainy days. The last day of our hunt, we had snow. My feet remained dry and toasty even after plodding though wet grass, brush, puddles, mud and then add to that the 3 inches of snow the final day. I did notice a very slight dampness in my left foot when all said and done, but I think that was only due to some light sweat moisture from my feet. I would have liked to have had more wet days to evaluate the waterproofing on these boots, but both my wife and myself ended up filling our tags prior to season close. I will wear them this winter to see how they fare. All said and done however, I am not disappointed in the purchase of these boots as of the time of this review. based on my initial experience, I would highly recommend buying these boots for your wet, rainy or snowy day hunting needs!