Hunting Boots

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Le Chameau Turenne Boots - BROWN

Superior-Quality Hunting Boots for Challenging Terrain

Our performance hunting boots are crafted in superior-quality materials, promising support and a comfortable fit for long days in the field. Whether you invest time and resources into a destination hunt or you're heading to your local covert, let the right option in our upland hunting boots collection help make your outing a success. Our waterproof Le Chameau boots are built for longevity that will outlast even your dog's retrieving drive. Slip into our shooting and hunting boots with GORE-TEX to conquer whatever weather and terrain you encounter. You need a hunting boot that's well constructed, waterproof, stable, and provides traction—it’s the most essential piece of gear for any serious bird hunter. Our hunting boot collection is time tested, tried, and true. You and your feet deserve nothing but the best for hours of bird hunting over untamed lands.

What Are the Most Waterproof Orvis Hunting Boots?

Most of the hunting boots in this collection are waterproof, so choose based on the type of boot you need. Rugged, feature-rich technical hunting boots from CRISPI can handle the challenges of rough terrain, thanks to Thermo Wire Technology and a grippy Vibram outsole. Classic Wellie-style waterproof boots from storied maker Le Chameau have kept European royalty and gamekeepers’ feet dry for nearly a century. If a traditional leather tall hunting boot is what you need, you won’t go wrong with the waterproof Galway Boot from Dubarry.

Do Hunting Boots Fit True To Size?

All the hunting boots you’ll find at Orvis fit true to size. Click open the size chart on the product details page to find handy conversion charts for Euro and UK sizing. If you’re still unsure which size to order, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

What Is the Warmest Pair of Orvis Hunting Boots?

Look at GORE-TEX-lined options from CRISPI and Danner for warmth in punishing cold. Explore the CRIPSI Altitude GTX, Attiva Mid GTX, and Monaco Premium, or the 8” or 17” Sharptail from Danner. Don’t forget to wear insulating and moisture-wicking merino wool or wool-blend socks with your boots.

What Are the Best Orvis Boots for Upland Hunting?

We suggest the Summit II GTX Women’s Boot, the Lapponia II GTX Uninsulated Boot, The Altitude GTX Hunting Boots, and the Nevada Non-Insulated GTX Boots, all from CRISPI, as the best options for upland hunting.

What Is the Best Height for Hunting Boots?

It really depends on the type of terrain you’ll be navigating and the type of hunting you’ll do during your day afield. An 8- to 10-inch waterproof hiking-style hunting boot will protect your feet from water and thicket, with GORE-TEX-lined options your best bet for cold-weather hunting. A mid-height hunting boot like the CRISPI Nevada is a good all-around option for grippy traction and stability on upland hunting outings. For continental-style shooting, you’ll need to wear a tall boot, either in a classic Wellington style or a tall leather profile to match the conditions. You’ll also find snake-proof hunting boots in our collection for situations where you anticipate trekking into their habitat.

How Long Should I Expect my Hunting Boots To Last?

With regular use, you can expect a pair of high-quality hunting boots like the options in our collection to last about two years if you take care of them. The areas most likely to wear out first are the soles, and sometimes the rands on boot styles that have them. Some of the hunting boots represented in our collection can be retreaded or ‘recrafted’ by the manufacturer, a viable option if the structural integrity elsewhere in the boot remains intact. Contact us if you have additional questions about the life of the hunting boots you purchase at Orvis.