- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 8.5" from arch
- Boot opening measures approximately 13" around
- Waterproof leather hunting boot featuring contrast-stitched moccasin toe and lace-up vamp with speed-lace hardware at top
- Removable Polyurethane footbed
- UltraDry Waterproofing technology
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Irish Setter UltraDry construction combines a moisture management lining with waterproof components for dry, long-lasting comfort and performance.
Wingshooter Upland Boot
- The boot that launched the Irish Setter brand. The iconic white prairie sole, the rich colored leather, and the fit that made them famous. Our classic upland boot keeps gaining traction with generations of new hunters.
Hunting just became remarkably stylish with the Wingshooter 894 boot. The iconic white rubber sole Irish Setter is known for is prominently displayed with smooth leather upper to complement. Only serious hunters need apply.
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1.25 inches; 2.13 Pounds
- Item model number : Wingshooter 9 inch 894-M
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 25, 2009
- Manufacturer : Irish Setter
- ASIN : B002QEJWCU
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Pros: a) Maintains waterproofness
b) comfortable, able to stand and work all day without extreme discomfort
C) quality laces
Cons: Although the soles are lasting longer than I thought they would, they are still wearing out pretty quickly. The eyelets are pulling away from the leather. The leather uppers are buttery smooth, but absolutly lack decent quality. They seem to stretch out over time. The uppers might be okay for hipsters, or clothing enthusiasts, but is severely lacking for a workboot. The stitching is pulling out, and while on comparable boots you see triple stitching along the lacing flaps, these only have a double stitch. These boots never seem to be tight enough, and the lacing design seems to allow heel slippage.
The comfort is the best thing about these boots. The wedge sole, although wearing quickly is nice for people on their feet all day. For comfort alone, these boots average a 3 star. Other than that, I will not purchase these again, and almost regret spending 189.00 dollars on them. I could have chosen a different brand. This is also my first red wing /irish setter boot, and they are not impressive. I got better use out of my cheaper cabelas branded boots.
I wear them for about 12 hours a day, the comfort has never been an issue.
Through heavy field use in all seasons, I can attest they're fully waterproof, durable, sturdy, and warm. They are also comfortable to wear on concrete floors all day.
They are not big and clunky, which was important for me, but still offer quality support. (If you require composite/steel toe-these probably won't work-no complaints, they're just a soft toe)
So far, the sole seems 100% attached-no signs of coming loose. (I've lost dozens of boots after 1 year to the sole falling off-I don't see that happening with these)
I have no complaints.
Was sent a replacement pair overnight and they are fantastic.
These boots are the most comfortable boots Ive ever owned. Better than Justins, Danner, thoughrogood......
As far as longevity we will have to see.
My father has used these boots for 15 yrs at about a pair every 18 months of abuse.
So Im hopeful.
However, regardless if I get 18 months or 18 years I will be buying another pair to replace this one.
Work all day, hunt all day, sit all day, it doesnt matter; theyre amazingly comfortable no matter what your doing.