The Men's Irish Setter Icetrek Boot offers advanced protection in cold winter conditions. These Irish Setter snow boots feature UltraDryTM waterproofing and 1600g PrimaLoft® insulation to keep your feet warm and dry in snowy and icy conditions. The dual-density sole provides excellent comfort, while the larger toe box provides 40% more room than standard snow boots. The Icetrek boots are built to last and feature an ArmaTecTM covering for added abrasion-resistance as well as RPM composite technology that reduces the weight of the boots without sacrificing durability. From ice fishing and late-season hunting to snowmobiling, the Men's Irish Setter Icetrek Boot will keep your feet dry and warm on even the most brutal winter days.
*This boot is only available in wide fit.
UltraDryTM waterproof construction
1600 grams of PrimaLoft® insulation
Tread pattern improves lateral stability
ArmaTecTM abrasion-resistant covering
Rubber pods for added traction in snow and ice
ScentBanTM technology kills odor-causing bacteria
Dual-density sole provides maximum underfoot comfort
Larger toe box offers 40% more room than standard boots
RPM composite technology reduces weight without sacrificing comfort or durability
great wide foot space. over all warmth and design is great and modern. the only down fall is that its a really stiff boot even in my 12+ outings, hole hopping can be a strain around the ankle area. maybe ill just need to break it in some more. these have replaced my La cross entirely.
There are two factors at play that affect my rating. First, they are warm. Very very warm. This was the main reason I purchased them, was to sit long periods in the tree stand in late season in indiana (open air stands). For this, they would have received 5 stars. However, these are sold as a hunting boot and I purchased them for exactly that. The BOA lace system while incredibly convenient, (honestly loved it, especially when leaving the hunt they were quick off and on) was the downfall. The lace system of the rubber coated cable in the rubber eyelets, along with the rubber cabled coiled in the boa ratchet housing, made a creaking like you would not believe. I thought it was in my head, but on a morning hike through a silent dark woods, it sounded like the wooden floorboards in a 100 year old farmhouse. I heard game running from the noise half way through the woods away. I'd hoped they would get better with breaking in and maybe getting a little dirty. No such luck. Out of a few weeks and roughly 15 hunts and plenty of mud, they just wouldn't quiet down and got returned. Great idea, poor execution. Now if you're not silent woods stalking to your stand, maybe you're hiking in a heavy wind and snow with rivers or some other noises, they may be fine. But not for the quiet stalking hunter.
They fit well and are very comfortable. It is still to warm outside to comment on their insulating capabilities. We also went to U-tube to figure out how to use your BOA system. Instructions in the box or on your website would be nice.
This will be the second pair I have had and they hold up extremely well. I’m a ice fishing guide on Lake of the Woods and I have my boots on typically 18 hours a day with multiple days in a row under 30 below and my feet never got cold or wet.