These extra-large insulators fit boot sizes up to men’s 14-15. All polyester, so they roll up tightly and fit into a backpack. Wind and water resistant. Coated zipper on the backs and a draw cord to secure the insulators.
May be tough to tug on in a tree stand.
Water and wind resistant, these insulators zip up easily from the back. Well fitted to most boot sizes, with a clear sizing guide. Not too bulky, and they roll up tightly to fit in a pack. Easy to clean and quick drying.
Do not fit half-sizes as well, forcing users to go up a size.
Extra insulation in this bulky insulator helps keep feet warm once settled into camp or a tree stand. Works well with rubber muck boots as well as hiking boots. Includes extra fabric strip to help pull insulators on.
Can be difficult to put on and sizing is an issue with bigger feet.
Super comfortable and sized to fit larger feet. Poly-cotton outer shell is water resistant, while nylon inner shell helps hold and reflect heat back to foot. Large entry flap, zipper and pull tab help secure boot. Durable enough to last 2+ hunting seasons.
Very bulky and tough to pack.
Polyester shell is water resistant and windproof. Thermal inner material traps heat. Both camouflage and black patterns are perfect for tree stand, blending in well. Easy to clean and will air-dry quickly. Rolls up tightly to fit in a pocket or pack.
Difficult to put on quietly inside a hunting blind or tree stand.
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Boot insulators are a godsend for hunters in winter who may spend hours sitting in a stand watching for game. Rather than going inside the boot to protect the foot directly, boot insulators fit over the boot to provide protection from wind and reflect back warmth lost through the boot. They aren’t meant to be walked in but should be put on as soon as possible after stopping. Knock snow off boots before slipping insulators on for the best performance. Many hunters and hikers add a foot warmer packet to the insulator in extreme cold conditions to provide more reflected heat. Designed to work best with leather hiking boots, you should order insulators a size bigger than your shoe size for a comfortable fit that’s easier to slip on.