Preview: Irish Setter MudTrek Boots

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posted on February 2, 2021
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New for 2021 is Irish Setter’s state-of-the-art MudTrek waterproof boot. Whether trekking through the flooded timber, deer woods or mucking around the ranch, the MudTrek 4854 is packed with features to supply all-day comfort and extreme durability in an eco-conscious approach that supremely benefits the end user.

Irish Setter uses RPM, a state-of-the-art, composite material that significantly reduces weight to supply durability and all-day comfort. For multi-layered cold protection, ThermalBoost is the company’s unique system that provides a multi-zone barrier to lock out the cold and provide long-lasting comfort. Irish Setter’s use of 1200-g. PrimaLoft insulation, which is comprised of 90-percent, post-consumer recycled fibers, can take a beating, too. The low-bulk construction features high density engineering to sustain loftiness, even through the harshest of use.

The MudTrek 4854 unisex boot is a slip-on design, which means no laces to concern about or potential leak areas. The boot’s pleated top with adjustment strap and metal bucket bolster the boot’s ability to fit myriad leg shapes and provides additional room to tuck pants within. Irish Setter’s Ultra Dry technology that provides a lining for moisture management with waterproof components that combine for increased comfort and performance.

Hunters and those with stinky feet will appreciate Irish Setter’s exclusive scent control system ScentBan, a technology that goes straight to the source of odors by killing bacteria to maintain a neutral scent. Vulcanized rubber combined with high-rebound material commonly found in athletic shoes is arranged in strategic locations to increase performance wherever the path may lead you.

To learn more about the Irish Setter MudTrek 4854 that features Mossy Oak Break-up Country camouflage, visit the company website HERE.


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