Beartooth 0g

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Product Overview

It is not easy to improve upon excellence, but we think we have done it with our updated Beartooth.  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
  • Uninsulated
  • 4.75lbs/pair (Size 10)
  • Made in Italy

Caring For Your New Mountain Boots


We recommend using Nikwax on our Mountain Boots at least twice a year, prior to your hunting season and afterwards if you're going to store the boots until next year, and as needed throughout the year especially if you have been hunting in wet conditions. 

Conditioner and Oils

We recommend using leather conditioner on our Mountain Boots after you've confirmed they fit and you're ready to begin breaking them in. We also suggest reapplying as needed throughout the lifetime of the boots as the leather begins to dry out and/or stiffen up.


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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.


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  • 5

    Posted by Hunter on Jun 10th 2020

    I usually opt for light weight trail shoes, like x-ultra's for my Backcountry Idaho elk hunts but I needed a boot that could hold up to a wider range of conditions and terrain. These boots may be heavier than what I'm used to, but it's a small compromise for how comfortable they are. I did an 8 mile Morel mushroom trip post break in and my feet felt great at the end of the day. These boots will be going everywhere but the goose blind with me.

  • 5
    Beartooth II

    Posted by Devin C. on Jun 10th 2020

    I currently have about 12 miles in these boots, and I have to say... they are awesome! Fit my feet like they were made for them, and feel like a truly high quality boot! I have tried/owned other high end mountain boots before, but none just felt as “right” as these! Paired with a Superfeet insole, these will for sure become my go-to boot for nearly all my future hunting outings! Highly recommend anyone considering them to give them a try!

  • 4

    Posted by gary Sima on Jun 10th 2020

    I have really only just started to break them in, but they are comfortable and fit very well

  • 4
    Beartooth 0G

    Posted by Nathan on Jun 9th 2020

    Just ordered my second pair. I think I damaged my first pair by trying to dry them too close to a campfire. The first hunting season I put many, many miles on them in 5 weeks of mountain hunting (plus a few scouting trips before that) and they were the best boots I'd ever worn. Second season they felt awful, stiff and narrow but I later realized that this was my doing. Lesson learned. The footbeds definitely don't cut the mustard for me. I used Red Wing orthotics from my work boots and they were a great improvement. For my new pair I ordered some high end custom insoles but don't have any feedback to report at this time.

  • 5

    Posted by Brian Bursley on Jun 3rd 2020

    Great product, hiked the trail as well as some rough mountain country and they were super comfortable for both

  • 5
    Beartooth II 0G

    Posted by BPinTN on Jun 3rd 2020

    These are new and still being broken in, but so far seem like an excellent product. Craftsmanship is excellent. Like most higher-end European Hiking boots, they seem to run a little narrow - first time I’ve needed a wide size. Only having put a few miles on these, so far they are very comfortable. I’ve battled foot pain with my previous boots in recent years. None so far with these.

  • 5
    Best Boot Ever

    Posted by Mike on Jun 2nd 2020

    This is my first pair of true mountain boots. I debated pulling the trigger for months, so happy i finally invested. 3 weeks in and I feel like I have been living a lie, great support and comfort, quick break in period. You won't be sorry with this choice.

  • 4

    Posted by Buddy on May 23rd 2020

    Made the switch to the Beartooth 5 years ago and haven't looked back. Great boot however, the last 2 pair I purchased 0gr (2/20) & 200g (4/20) along with a friends pair I turned on to them this spring, the tongue hook is useless. On all 3 pairs of boots purchased this year, the laces miss the hook, rendering it useless.

  • 4
    Beartooth 2

    Posted by Conner W on May 12th 2020

    Got a few miles on them turkey hunting this spring in Utah. They performed great in the terrain. It wasn’t much of a test but they did seem quiet and fairly light for how heavy they actually are. I’ve worn lighter boots that don’t feel as easy to walk in as these.