It is not easy to improve upon excellence, but we think we have done it with our Beartooth II. This boot has become a sensation in hunting since its introduction. It is the go-to boot of choice for hunters seeking maximum versatility. From the heights of sheep hunting to the uplands of pheasant hunting and everything in between.
- 9" tall leather upper
- Heavy duty hardware
- Enhanced chassis system with dual-density midsole
- Sympatex™ waterproof-breathable membrane
- 4.1lbs/pair (Size 10)
- Made in Italy
HOW IT WORKS
Moisture is wicked quickly from the foot through the inner lining and into the hydrophilic intermediate layer. During strenuous physical activity the surplus moisture is buffered there and cannot get back into the inner lining due to the suction effect which is directed towards the outside. The moisture is transported to the hydrophilic membrane through an innovative intermediate layer. Once there, the moisture generates large scale activation of the hydrophilic membrane which speeds up the transmission of water vapour. This high activation (high moisture concentration on the membrane) also supports dynamic breathability.
High wearer comfort and dry feet for maximum performance in changing climatic conditions. Faster drying of the inner lining in extremely wet conditions and reduction in odour formation. The innovative technology proves its worth in particular during strenuous physical activity in the outdoors or at work. In firefighter boots Moisture-tech® is also the solution to unpleasant heat and moisture development in the boots and thus reduces the risk of blister formation on feet.
This is my first high quality “mountain” hunting boot - within the first 30 seconds of putting them on I realized this is also the first high quality boot I’ve ever purchased. Lockable lace for the heel lock, smooth lacing system, holds the foot tight in place, for Box is still roomy, no foot sliding downhill or uphill, flex makes walking comfortable, but stiffness in mid sole and uppers make every step feel solid. I’ve logged about 12 miles so far with a 50lb ruck Training for the upcoming season, and my feet couldn’t be happier.