Rubber boots are a good option for your hunting experience for many reasons. They are scent free, waterproof and keep your feet warm just as well. While rubber boots are able to keep your feet dry across streams and when duck hunting, they don’t perform very well on breathability, which is their main flaw. Let’s take the time to get a closer look at rubber hunting boots.
When you go hunting you don’t just take your gun or bow and go, you do some careful research beforehand. The same applies to your gear and it’s the case also for your hunting boots. If hunting boots are special for a reason, the same goes for the insulated ones. Good insulated hunting boots keep you warm during the wintertime, but are also breathable enough to let the moist go through.
If you are calling yourself a hunter, you already know by now that no successful hunt was made with blisters and when your feet are soaking wet… What does this mean? That wearing a good pair of boots that keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable throughout the entire hunting day is just as important as wearing the right gear. You don’t want to have the some heavy hunting boots, even though the best in the world, when walking and stalking the entire day, or some poorly insulated boots when duck hunting in cold weather.