Gore-Tex bootie is protected by a tough-as-nails, full-grain leather exterior.
I don't think there is a colder spot on earth than a treestand 20 feet off the ground in the middle of January when there are no deer in sight. It's the kind of cold that cuts right through you. Every part of your body shivers for warmth, and your feet (being far from your heart) have the hardest time keeping warm. That's when a good — and I mean really good — pair of boots pay for themselves.
Part of the wintertime deer hunting experience is waiting out the cold for a deer. Without the right clothing and boots, you just can't do it. That's why I picked up a pair of RedHead's 10-inch Treestand II Gore-Tex Insulated boots — they're sure to take me through the winter and into the best deer hunting of the year.
These boots are built to keep your toes warm and to keep you hunting longer. With 800 gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation they're more than equipped to handle those bitter cold conditions.
These boots are just plain rugged. They follow the RedHead tradition of quality and are made to exacting standards that make them last season after season. Another feature of the boot is an aggressive rubber outsole. It has just the right amount of cleat to grip the ground without gathering pounds of mud and debris.
Your feet are well protected from the elements as well. There is a Gore-Tex bootie inside to shed all the wind and water you can throw at them. That makes slogging through the nastiest mud, water and snow a dry experience.
of that insulation and Gore-Tex is protected by a tough-as-nails exterior of full-grain leather. The padded collar at the boot top provides extra comfort and protection. The boots sport a 10-inch tall height for extra protection, warmth and a sure fit. (A 7-inch women's model is available for female hunters.)
The Treestand II boots are a sure bet for deer hunters who go the extra mile, waiting the additional hour or two that it sometimes takes to get a trophy. These are some of the best boots money can buy, and you won't be sorry you picked up a pair when your next cold-weather deer hunt is a success.