The Lace-to-Toe Boot is our classic no-frills hunt & chore boot. No fancy bells and whistles—just premium materials and craftsmanship for hard-hunting, hard-working guys. We started with premium brown pitstop leather, which is highly oiled and treated during the tanning process to enhance its natural durability and water-resistant properties. The pitstop leather is backed by our own Guide Dry® waterproof/breathable membrane, designed to keep water out while allowing vapor to escape—so you stay dry and comfortable. 400 gram ThinsulateTM Insulation for chill-stopping warmth in colder weather.
Then, we added in a hard-biting, deep-lug bobbed rubber outsole for traction on a wide variety of hard and soft terrains. Inside, a fully gusseted tongue keeps dirt and moisture from creeping in, while a removable padded insole and 2mm padded sockliner provide the cushioning. When we were satisfied the boots had everything we needed (and nothing they didn't), we put it all together with superior Goodyear storm welt construction for added flexibility and durability.
The Lace-to-Toe Design: If the Boot Fits, Wear It.
Not all feet are created equal. Some guys need a little more room to accommodate larger feet. Regular lace-up boots can feel tight, confining and uncomfortable. But the smart, lace-to-toe design of these Boots means you don't have to stuff your feet into a pre-molded compartment meant for slender-footed gents. You'll feel the difference. And you'll love it.
Guide Dry®: Our Highest Level of Waterproof/Breathable Comfort
Guide Dry® is our own waterproof/breathable technology, designed from the ground up to provide the max in dry comfort while maintaining breathability. The membrane features tiny pores that keep larger waterproof molecules from getting in while allowing much smaller vapor molecules to escape—so there’s none of that stuffy discomfort found on cheap waterproof methods. Guide Dry® is tested and proven to perform at the highest level, and will retain its water-blocking properties long after other waterproof technologies begin to leak.