RedHead® Tracker 600 Gram 8'' Waterproof Insulated Hunting Boots for Men
These are a good boot.... I bought mine several years ago in-store to replace 16-17 year-old Rocky Cornstalkers. On paper, they were similar... 600g Thinsulate, waterproof Gortex. And, they're really comfortable. True to size, but get wide width if you tend to do so or plan to wear heavier socks.
I can walk in these all day, but here's the kicker... I bought them for $79.99, and I can tell you without hesitation that I wouldn't pay the current price of almost twice that as there is no way they will last as long as my old boots did... no welt construction, already had a lace grommet pop lose from the leather (I would have preferred 100% nylon). These are a GOOD boot, not the higher-end boot they're currently charging for.
December 4, 2014
I ordered these boots just a few weeks before turkey season opened and didn't have a lot of time to break them in they way I would have liked. Opening morning I took a pretty long walk and had no problems whatsoever. I have to say that these are the most comfortable boots I have ever owned, I usually don't wear anything other than Rocky's, but I had a hard time finding them in my size, 14 and width, extra wide. So I ordered these, knowing the quality of work that Bass Pro puts into their product, and I have not been disappointed.
Extremely light, great fit I would recommend these boots to any turkey hunter looking for a comfortable boot.
April 27, 2011
Great out of the box
I bought these for my son for a Montana mule deer hunt. They required no break in period and he walked 10 miles the first day and similar the next four days with no blisters or feet ache. He highly recommends them. They also come in larger size 14 which he required.
December 2, 2013
I bought these for a Colorado elk hunt. They stood up to all that the Rockies threw at me. Very comfortable. Only bad thing that I found is that you need to break in the very top edge of the boot otherwise it can be very uncomfortable. Spend some time kneading it with your fingers and it will soften nicely.
October 31, 2014