Whether you hunt small game or large game, tracking or from a post, kitting yourself out with appropriate boots is essential.
If you hunt small game, there are several options. Based on the environment in which you hunt, and the number of hunting trips you enjoy, you may opt for a PVC boot, which benefits from being lightweight and which also offers better value for money.
If you hunt outdoors or in environments with denser vegetation, such as woodcock hunting, I would advise that you opt for rubber boots: increased comfort and improved resistance against vegetation.
If you’re a tracker, I would recommend a reinforced boot, that is, a boot with fabric reinforcements composed of, for example, aramid fibres, which offer extreme resistance against very dense vegetation.
Finally, if you hunt from hide posts in cold weather, opt for warm boots: with fur or neoprene linings.~
Once these configurations have been determined, you can also find boots suited to your body shape, thanks to the inclusion of pleats or zips in their design.”
You may add a silicone spray to your shopping basket, which will increase the lifespan of your boots.