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XtraTuf Men's Ankle Deck Boots
  • Green/Orange
  • Tan
XtraTuf Men's Ankle Deck Boots

$89.99 - $94.99

WAS: $94.99*

Muck Boot Originals Women's Hale Boots
  • Black Herringbone
  • Walnut
Muck Boot Originals Women's Hale Boots

$99.99 - $119.99

WAS: $119.99*

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Selection

Field & Stream is your home for the best men�s boots. Find exactly the pair you need to take on the outdoors.

Shop our wide selection of hunting boots. You�ll find:

  • Waterproof rubber boots for waterfowl
  • Lightweight, breathable boots for spring gobbler or early season archery hunts
  • Insulated options for harsh cold-weather conditions
  • A great selection of the best hunting boot brands, including Under Armour�, Danner�, Irish Setter�, Muck� and more

Gearing up to hit the trails? Check out the latest hiking boots from Timberland�, The North Face� Merrell� and Keen�. Experience must-have features like waterproof uppers and Vibram� soles.

Match your footwear with our great selection of men's socks and make sure to check out the hundreds of styles available in our men�s clothing department.

Buying Considerations

Keep the following in mind when selecting your next pair of boots:

  • Hunting Boots: Pay attention to insulation. Too little may end your hunt prematurely, while too much may make your feet uncomfortably warm. Choose 400-to 800-gram boots for fall hunts, but go with at least 1,000-gram insulation in frigid weather. Uninsulated boots are ideal for active and warmer days, while rubber will keep you 100% dry in wet weather.
  • Hikers: Low-cut hiking shoes are ideal for day hikes, while hiking boots feature a mid- or high-cut design for flexible comfort and additional ankle support.

Quick Tips

Remember, you may be wearing thick socks if you�re hiking or hunting in cold weather�will you be able to squeeze into your normal show size? Consider moving up at least a half size.