So you wanna know why these boots will keep your feet warmer than any other?
Let me sum this up for you in three words: Thinsulate Ultra Insulation.
Product Name: Guide Gear Men’s Monolithic Insulated Hunting Boots
Product Description: So you wanna know why these boots will keep your feet warmer than any other? Let me sum this up for you in three words: Thinsulate Ultra Insulation. This is the same thermal insulation the badasses in our military trust to keep our service member’s feet warm – no matter where they’re sent. That way nothing will stop them from kickin’ ass and takin’ names. God bless ‘em. Lucky for you Guide Gear packed the Men’s Monolithic Insulated Hunting Boots with this same material.
This is the same thermal insulation the badasses in our military trust to keep our service member’s feet warm – no matter where they’re sent. That way nothing will stop them from kickin’ ass and takin’ names. God bless ‘em. Lucky for you Guide Gear packed the Men’s Monolithic Insulated Hunting Boots with this same material.
2,400 grams of it to be exact.
Read that again - Two thousand. Four hundred. Grams. That’s a hell a lot of insulation. All meant to keep your feet warm no matter what trail you tread.
Here's 4 reasons why no badass hunter should be without the Guide Gear Men's Monolithic Hunting Boots:
One of the worst feelings as a hunter is when your feet freeze and go numb. Nothing like dragging around a bunch of bricks. Only to have them thaw and feel like a million needle pricks attacking you at the same time.
That’ll never happen with the Guide Gear Men’s Monolithic Hunting Boots. 2,400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation surrounds each foot within the boot acting as advanced heaters.
So whether you’re sitting in a tree stand all day or tracking your prey, the only dogs you’ll hear barkin’ are the ones on the leash - not in your boots.
Unlike most boots that claim to be waterproof but let you down when the going gets tough, these boots will keep your feet bone dry. Unless, of course, you stand knee deep in a pool of water. But no badass hunter does that. Only dumbasses. Treated leather, rugged nylon, reinforced rubber, and breathable membranes keep your feet bone dry.
Whether you’re hunting on uneven deer trails or flat surfaces, your feet will be cozy and comfortable. After all, badass hunters know when you’re feet are comfortable, you’re comfortable. Just like all married men know, happy wife = happy life.
As an added benefit, the 34 gusseted tongue locks out debris and water while complementing the moisture wicking lining that adds another element of comfort and support.
I pity the snake that slithers under these boots! A special feature that sets these boots apart form all others is their thicker sole – about double most boots.
This adds another layer of protection from creepy crawlies, provides an unbeatable grip, and makes it that much harder for the cold to seep up in to your feet. Ultimate in warmth and comfort, thy name is the Guide Gear Monolithic Men;s Hunting Boot.
These boots have overwhelmingly positive reviews from hunters. They also have a few really bad ones. The people who post those are what I call “sweaties” or better yet, “neckbeards.” Meaning they have unrealistic expectations that come crashing down at the slightest inconvenience.
The truth is usually somewhere in the middle. And in this case, the truth is that there are two common complaints about these boots. Here they are along with the solutions you need before you can be an owner of these badass boots: Here are a few of those complaints:
True. They definitely are at the beginning. But what do you expect when they’re padded with 2,400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation to keep your feet warm? I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have the boots be a bit stiff than have my feet stiff from frostbite. OK, that’s a bit of an exaggeration but you get the point.
Break them harder than your wife broke your spirit over years of marriage. It’s that simple. Don’t have unrealistic expectations like the neckbeards out there who demand their feet stay warm but throw a fit when they try them on for the first time.
Really? Tell me the story again, from the beginning. Talk about deja vu. Can anyone guess why these boots are heavier than other boots? That’s right – the 2,400 grams of insulation. The same thing that pads almost every inch of this boot in ultra warmth also makes the boots a bit heavier. Who knew?
Here’s the deal – the more you wear them, the less you will notice the added weight. Sure, at first you’ll feel that these boots are heavier than others. But that’s just a testimony to their superiority when it comes to keeping all five of your little piggies warm and attached to your foot. I, for one, appreciate that.
After a few hunting trips, you’ll forget all about the added weight. All you’ll know is that your feet are nice and toasty. Like a marshmallow over a campfire. Mmm Smore’s.
At first that might sound like a good thing right? I mean, sweating means they’re warm. Well yeah, at least until you stop moving and have to sit still for a long while – like all badass hunters do. Suddenly that sweat betrays you and turns your feet into ice. It’s like a Trojan Horse attack.
After all, these boots are so heavily fortified with insulation, that’s the only way the cold can really strike at your feet – through your own sweat! So how do you keep this from happening? Simple:
A lot of people think they need heavy wool socks to keep their feet warm within their hunting boots. That’s solid logic if you’re wearing a normal pair of boots. But these aren’t just any boots. The Guide Gear Men’s Monolithic aren’t just any boots.
They’re the ultimate in warmth. Wearing heavy socks in these will only make your feet sweat unnecessarily and cause you an unnecessary chapping.
The 2,400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra will keep your feet warm enough. Wear every day socks to make sure your feet stay warm, dry, and comfy. Leave the wool at home with the wife.
A lot of hunters prefer to buy ½ size larger boot size than they need to make sure they have room to wear heavier socks. Like I just talked about. But you know better now.
99.9% of people won’t need the added room. Unless, of course, you have unusually large feet like a Sasquatch. Then you’re screwed.
There's a reason why Guide Gear uses the same insulation - 2,400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation - that our military uses to keep service member's feet warm and dry: it works!
So if you're looking for one of the best hunting boots on the market to keep your feet warm when the hunting gets tough, look no further than the Guide Gear Men’s Monolithic Insulated Hunting Boots.