If you haven’t heard of Woods N’ Stream hunting boots, they’re worth checking out. Why? Several reasons. They look like a hunting boot should – very rugged and with a beefy, traction sole. But what may separate them from other boots on the market is an emphasis on comfort.
The company boasts its “Visible Gel System” and “nine-layer GEN-Flex3.” I won’t pretend to know what that means, but I certainly understand “all-day comfort that helps eliminate the break-in period and gives you that ‘ahhhh’ feeling from the first time you try them on.”
That’s speaking my language. If you’re hunting chukars all day, or chasing deer or elk, you know how important it is to find a pair of boots that fits right, and with Idaho’s all-weather conditions, there’s a whole range of weights and insulation for mild to frigid weather.
Prices range from a very reasonably from $99.99 up to $299.99 for the American Heritage Collection, which are American made. You can see the entire Wood N’ Stream line HERE .