As hunting boots are an essential gear to your hunting expedition to travel through the rugged terrain, choose the Crispi West River Gore-Tex Hunting Boot as your go-to pair. Press play to learn more about this quality boot geared toward hunters.
The Men's Crispi West River Gore-Tex Hunting Boot is sold exclusively at SCHEELS with the rugged durability you need to conquer any terrain. The three-flex raining and Vibram® sole provide the traction and you need to keep your feet secure. With a PrimaLoft 400 gram insulation and crossbow frame, these lightweight yet durable boots provide a water-repellent finish and shock absorbing system. In addition, the Board Lasting Mechanical Construction provides an additional layer of support to keep your feet stable and comfortable.
Before you take on your next stretch of rugged land, choose the Men’s Crispi West River Gore-Tex Hunting Boot to step into the challenge.
First off these boots are very comfortable. They seem to be made very well. Very little break in required. However, for my style of hunting they are just not going to cut it. The triple stitched rubber rand sounded like a good idea but the stitching will not hold up to PA mountain laurel. Also the inside of the boots were wet the first day, walked through numerous streams and snow all day though. Nice pair of boots, wish they would’ve worked for me.
Being new to big game hunting in Colorado, I was tod a nice pair of boots is where to start when buying gear. These paired with merino liners and socks were by far the most comfortable boots I tried on. By the end of the season, I hiked roughly 40 miles in the Crispi West River through steep snow covered inclines and declines many of those miles with elk quarters on my back. My feet never got cold, wet, or blisters. Several in my group complained of foot discomfort wearing other brands. I would recommend these boots to anyone!
Hands down the best boot I've ever worn. They are comfortable, durable, and great looking boot. I would reccomend to anyone who does a lot of hiking in the hills or out to the midseason woods. Not the best treestand boot due to it having low gram weight but other than that they are second to none. Could easily walk through creeks without wet feet or cold feet.
Many great qualities for avid mountain hunter. Awesome boot!
I’ve owned $100 boots to $250 dollar boots. From Cabelas and Bass Pro to Rocky’s and Irish Setters boots to Meindl’s.
These boots are the best mountain hunting boots I’ve ever worn in the hardwoods Appalachian and Blueridge Mountians in Va. The aggressive Vibram sole on these boots has the most/best traction of any boot I’ve ever worn. The sole has a flex rating of 3 on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being the stiffest. It’s perfect for the mountains I hunt. This Italian made boot is very well put together. Double and triple stitching. The boot laces up great. Someone else left a review that the boot is hard to lace up and I beg the differ. Very easy to lace up and the tongue requires no training. It’s a very comfortable tongue on this boot. The total fit of this boot is very comfortable. I can’t say enough good things about it at a glance. I don’t have enough miles and hours on these boots for a durability and waterproof review but they are made very durable and they have Gore-Tex water proof breathable lining. The are 400grams insulation. Good weight insulation to keep sweeting down while hiking up the mountains. I wear thin silk like socks made by gold toe to hike in and when I get on my stand I change into Wigwam Merino Wool socks and I lace my boots up loose so my feet can get good blood flow to help keep them warm.
So far at a glance I can’t say enough good things about this boot for the price. Most all of Crispi’s boots are over $300 and most of them are closer to $500. This model is only sold at Scheels so Scheels and Crispi must have worked out a deal on these boots to only be made for and sold at Scheels. I’m not sure wear they cut the quality to get these boots under $300 for Scheels but they don’t seem to be lacking any quality or detail for the price.
I’ve worn these on a couple antelope hunts and for chores around the house. Yesterday we did a 3 mile pack for my wife’s deer, my feet were great. Today I did about 6 miles with a total of almost 3k feet of elevation gain. It was less than 30 degrees all day and about a foot of snow. My feet were warm and feel great still. My only gripe is they are a bit hard to tie, but for boots that treat my feet so well, I’ll spend the extra time in the morning. Buy these boots!