Several of our long-standing rancher customers have been on us to make a pull-on cold weather ranch boot. So, after a bunch of testing and design work, we did. We are proud to introduce our new Outfitter Pull-On, which we think may be the single best chore boot for cold weather conditions you can own. Our new Outfitter Pull-On is full of all the features you have come to love in our famous Outfitter II pac boot, but now designed to be pulled on and off with ease. We import only the world's finest hand-laid vulcanized rubber bottom, made with a solid steel shank, and our Tire/Tread bottom for easy shedding of mud and snow. Our uppers are made from the finest American oil tanned leathers, and our hand-made removable quilted liners which we make right here in Bozeman, Montana. Our liners are made of moisture wicking Cambrelle fabric on the inside next to your sock, quilted with Thinsulate Ultra for insulation and wool felt for moisture control. Rebuildable. Handcrafted with care and precision in our Bozeman, Montana factory. Comfort Rated 0F Inactive to -20F Active.
- Easy pull-on design
- Tire tread bottom
- 400g insulation
- Comfort Rated 0F Inactive to -20F Active
- 14" Height
- Handcrafted in Bozeman, MT
This item is only available in whole sizes. If you regularly wear a half size, we recommend going up to the next full size. For example, a person who usually wears a 9.5 should order a size 10.
Caring For Your New Pac Boots
We recommend using Pitch Blend on our Pac 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.
We recommend using leather conditioners and/or oils on our Pac Boots after you've confirmed they fit and you're ready to begin breaking them in, this will help soften the leather upper and expedite the break in process. We also suggest reapplying as needed throughout the lifetime of the boots as the leather begins to dry out and/or stiffen up.