A molded cleat outsole bites into trying terrain in this tough hunting boot from Irish Setter.
With equipment like this hunting season can't come soon enough! Irish Setter's 878 Trailblazer is one serious outdoor boot with its full leather waterproof construction tough as nails lacing and a protective seven-inch-high shaft. Lace in and you'll stay warm and dry in the field and the stand in this indefatigable boot which also features Thinsulate insulation a traction-ready outsole a supportive steel shank and a responsive foam footbed. A special odor inhibitor helps keep your presence quiet. Now the rest is up to you.
The UltraDry construction combines a moisture management lining with waterproof components for dry long-lasting comfort and performance. The ScentBan technology is an Irish Setter exclusive scent control process. ScentBan is added to various materials from leathers to lining to footbeds killing bacteria that cause odor.
Full grain waterproof leather upper
Moisture wicking nylon lining
Removable EVA footbed
Bulls-Eye Air Bob carbon rubber outsole
At home on a hiking trail trekking through timber or working on the Back 40 Trailblazers are an excellent high-performance boot. The uppers feature Irish Setter's UltraDry lining and ScentBan technology. The Bulls-Eye Air Bob Carbon Rubber soles gain traction on rough terrain thanks to an aggressive lug pattern while an EVA midsole reduces weight and provides underfoot cushioning.
Color - Brown
Material - Leather
Insulated - No
Waterproof - Yes
Waterproof Technology - UltraDry
Scent Control - Yes
Scent Control Technology - ScentBan
Height - 7 Inches
Average Weight Per Pair - 3.56 Pounds
- CSCharlie S.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge Range 55 - 64Rated 4 stars8 seconds agoIrish setter trailblazer boots
So far I'm loving these boots, they fit nicely,have decent hight on the ankle,have applied dubin wax and they seen to be reasonably waterproof so far
All up,I'm pretty pleased with them
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