Materials - Cordura®, Thinsulate™ and Full Grain Leather - Footwear



Having a boot that is both durable and lightweight is essential to any serious outdoorsman. Cordura nylon fits into both categories. Cordura withstands the abuse, wear and tear associated with being in the field, but also is lighter and more comfortable than other material. Along with being durable and lightweight, Cordura also allows your feet to breathe, keeping them comfortable all day long.


Thinsulate Footwear

What makes Thinsulate insulation so important to a cold-weather boot? Three words: thin, warm, light. Thinness, of course, is crucial in a boot insulation. There is simply no room for anything bulky. The same goes for warmth. Feet, being furthest from your body's center of heat, need insulation more than any other part of your body. With nearly twice the warmth of foam, felt or pile, Thinsulate insulation is just what feet need to stay warm and comfortable. Which brings up the third big benefit of Thinsulate insulation: It doesn't bog boots down with weight. In fact, it's one of the lightest synthetic insulations on the market.

Full-Grain Leather

Full-Grain Leather

We started with the toughest leather we could find - rugged, full-grain leather that would stand up to the extreme punishment of a rigorous hunt. Our full-grain leather is the longest-lasting, most durable, natural material found in boots. The rough and abrasive outdoor environment can take its toll on lesser leathers, but our full-grain leather stays as tough as the day you bought it, year after year.