Thursday, July 20, 2006

Reviews: Deer Hunting Boots

Many whitetail deer hunters wear rubber boots in the field because they believe it helps them to eliminate human scent on the ground. If you are one of these hunters then you should check out these new hunting boots made for the cold winter months that are guaranteed to keep your feet toasty warm.

The Original Muck Boot Company™ introduces a new Cold-Conditions Hunting Boot

“The uniqueness of this boot lies within the outsole,” states Arlen Stensrud, Vice President of Marketing for Norcross Safety Products, one of the leading manufacturers of sporting, industrial and agricultural products in the U.S. “The Woody Max has one of the most durable, hi-traction outsoles of any hunting boot, providing maximum stability on any terrain an outdoorsman may encounter.”

In addition to the molded, hi-traction rubber outsole, the Woody Max features insulating CR foam and a breathable Airmesh lining laminated with orange fleece that offers comfort in temperatures ranging from 40 degrees Fahrenheit to –40 degrees Fahrenheit. The Advantage Timber® camouflage pattern can be folded over at the top of the boot to reveal the orange fleece as an added safety feature.

The Woody Max provides lightweight comfort and protection from top to bottom as the stretch-fit topline binding hugs the calf to keep warmth in and cold out. To create greater warmth, the Woody Max contains a two-millimeter thermal foam underlay in the instep area.

The Woody Max has been designed to protect the outdoorsman from more then just cold conditions. This boot contains a reinforced toe with heavy-duty protective chemi-sheet material and additional achilles overlays for an additional safety feature.

Available in men’s whole sizes 7-14, the Woody Max retails for $119.95.

The Original Muck Boot Company is a brand of Norcross Safety Products (NSP). For more information about the Woody Max, contact NSP, 1136 2nd St., Rock Island, IL, 61201 or call 800-438-6825. Or visit our Web site at

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1 comment:

sam said...

I may need to go back to Cabela boots. I bought Kenetrek Mountain Extremes last year and have used them for 2 hunts only. On the 2nd hunt they leaked terribly. The liner or membrane leaks. I've owned Cabela's and Danner leather hunting boots for the previous 10 years with no problems. Also, I tried to return the Kenetrek boots and they simply put some oil on them and told me they must have been "dry". I believe the boots are supposed to have a waterproof membrane liner and should not be reliant on leather oil or wax to waterproof them. These were $400 boots and they basically stayed waterproof for 1 week in the field only. If you have any questions about why not buy boots from Kenetrek based on my experience email me at thanks.

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