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  • Ariat - Centerfire 8in H20 Insulated Boot - Men's - Brown/Kryptek Highlander

Ariat Centerfire 8in H20 Insulated Boot - Men's

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    3 Reviews


    A boot as serious about hunting as you are.

    On late-season hunts, you need a boot that's going to keep your feet warm and dry so you can stay out in the field. Ariat made the Men's Centerfire 8in H20 Insulated Boot with a combination of waterproof leather and 1000D nylon in Kryptek Highlander camouflage print to keep moisture out. 800g Thinsulate Ultra Insulation provides plenty of warmth for when you're trudging through mud and snow banks, and the Duratread sole is fitted with an aggressive tread design to keep you on your feet when you're hiking off trail. A mesh lining helps to pull sweat away from your feet so you don't end up with trench foot at the end of a long hunt, and Scentmask technology helps to keep your foot odors out of the nose of that wiley old buck. 

    • Waterproof Pro membrane
    • Full-grain leather and 1000D nylon upper
    • Lightly padded collar and tongue
    • Mesh lining
    • EVA midsole
    • Molded toe protector
    • Duratread sole
    • Scentmask technology
    • Item #ARA0009

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full-grain leather, 1000D nylon, [insulation] 800g Thinsulate Ultra
    Waterproof Pro membrane
    molded EVA
    Shaft Height
    8 in
    Recommended Use
    hiking, hunting

    Tech Specs

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    Great Hunting Boots!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I bought these boots for hunting and have only been able to wear them on some scouting trips so far. They provide great protection for my feet and feel light enough to keep my legs from giving out from lifting heavy boots. The design of the sole on these boots has also provided great grip so far on all the surfaces I've encountered here in Virginia.

    Strange fit

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small

    Boots look like quality, but weird fit issues. One arch was way too high, the other boot the toe box seemed small or maybe has a little too much insulation/fabric. For reference: Salomon, Lowa , Asolo fit me well,always.

    comfort and warmth, right out of the box

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Thanks to Backcountry.com and Ariat for selecting me and giving me the opportunity to test the 8 inch Ariat Centerfire boots, and then tell you backcountry.com peeps all about it.

    I’ve put in several miles with these boots, and they’ve been extremely comfortable right out of the box. My first impression was that it would take a long time to break them in, but in fact, they have been very comfortable from the get go.

    We have long winters here in Alaska, and there are two essential things that make your life a lot more comfortable and bearable, one is a big down puffy jacket, the other, a warm pair of boots. These boots deliver just that, warmth and comfort for whatever winter can throw at you. This boot has 800g of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation, and for me, that’s more than enough. I’ve already tried these boots while the temps were in the teens (Fahrenheit) and I’m not exaggerating, my feet were roasty. I was wearing regular socks too, not wool ones. I personally will not be wearing these boots during the summer, unless I’m going to just be sitting stagnant, I’m just being honest. I really think these boots are best suited for temps that are either 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. I have yet to try these boots in more extreme temperatures, but come this January and February 2015, I’ll check back with you all and we’ll see how they fared in -30 temps. I’m willing to bet that they will do just fine!

    The lacing system on these makes getting the boot on and off extremely easy and you can get a nice snug fit when you lace them up. The toe box is generous enough to wear a pair of wool socks, and the sizing is spot on with what you normally wear. I wear a size 10.5 in all my regular running or day shoes and 10.5 is a perfect fit in the Ariat Centerfire.

    I’m really looking forward to trying these boots out this winter in the mountains. Overall, I’m very impressed and I’ll be reporting back with more info soon.