Irish Setter Rutmaster 2.0 Lite Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men - TrueTimber Kanati
A Bass Pro Exclusive! A lightweight design for the modern deer hunter, Irish Setter® Rutmaster™ 2.0 Lite Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men offer waterproof, scent-free comfort that fits right without weighing a hunter down. Combining Irish Setter's lightweight, yet durable, RPM™ composite outsoles with highly waterproof and durable neoprene and vulcanized rubber construction, this seamless waterproof hunting boot delivers dry and comfortable hunting performance without the weight. Inside, ScentBan™ antimicrobial technology resists odor-causing bacteria to fight odor and keep feet feeling fresh. Removable PU footbeds provide welcome, shock absorbing comfort, while injected nylon shanks deliver stability over uneven terrain. Lightweight and self cleaning Chore outsoles. Average height: 17". Average Weight Per Pair: 4 lbs. 10 oz. Imported. Manufacturer style #: 1895D.
High performance rubber hunting boots with RPM technology
Seamless uppers made of waterproof neoprene and vulcanized rubber
Rated 2 out of
Not the type of bootnot the type of boot i was looking for so i sent it back...
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 5 out of
Love em do far!Bought these for bowhunting and I really like these boots. They are lightweight of course. The soles are well made and give good traction. The boots are so comfortable it's almost like not having anything on my feet.
They are not made for heavy cover and should not be used for that purpose, but if you are looking for a great pair of boots for hunting when the temps are above freezing I highly recommend these boots.
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 1 out of
Leaked after 3 monthsLeaked after three months and couldn’t return to bass pro without receipt.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 1 out of
Not worth the moneyI just went through my third pair of these boots a year and a half. They are very comfortable but cant hold up to the elements in northern Canada. I use my boots for hunting, fishing, prospecting and snow shoeing. First pair had a hole in the seem within 5 hours of using them in the bush. Irish Setters warranty is not an easy one. Had to send in over 70 pictures and still waiting for a response after two weeks.