Muck Woody Elite Premium Hunting Boot Review

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When temperatures drop and the weather turns less than favorable, quality footwear such as the Muck Woody Elite, can prevent your dream hunt from becoming a nightmare. Having invested months and sometimes years in planning for that once-in-a-lifetime moment, the last thing you need is failure on the part of your bootmaker. The Original Muck Boot Company stakes their reputation on making sure their footwear lives up to the outdoorsman’s definition of quality and crafts each pair of boots with your success in mind.

 

The Muck Woody Elite is a boot of a different breed. Integrating natural rubber and premium technology, the Elite offers optimum comfort and performance. Built with the hard-core hunter in mind, the Woody Elite is appropriately named.
 
Muck Woody Elite

 

Comfort

Starting with a 100% waterproof CR Flex Foam bootie, the Muck Woody Elite provides a warm and dry environment even on the nastiest of days. The closed cell neoprene interior offers structure, comfort, and flexibility while functioning as a neutral material that both cools in warmer weather and insulates when temperatures get colder. This proprietary material provides the wearer with unparalleled comfort from calf to toe.

 

Scent Control

The Woody Elite also offers proper moisture transfer and air circulation through its breathable Airmesh lining. This lining is antimicrobial and has been treated with Muck’s Incentible scent-masking technology to provide an additional layer of scent control. This added scent control feature is a perfect asset for the discerning hunter.
Muck Woody Elite Hunting Boot

 

Warmth

An additional fleece lining is a nice benefit to the already cozy Woody Elite. This bonus feature gives added warmth on those days when it’s colder than usual and aids the 5mm neoprene lining in creating a comfort rating of -40 to 60 degrees.

 

Full Camo

The boot is fully camouflaged in the popular Mossy Oak Break-Up pattern. Furnishing concealment over the entire boot, the Mossy Oak Break-Up pattern offers unequaled detail and contrast, thus enabling the hunter to adequately break up his or her silhouette.

 

Stability

Nasty weather often means slippery terrain and the Woody Elite is equipped for the worst. A deep lug sole insures the best possible traction and stability. Supported by running shoe technology the contoured footbed and EVA molded midsole furnish an ultra-stable platform. Combine these features with a molded rubber outsole and the Woody Elite is sure to keep your footing secure.

 

With the added benefits of achilles protection, a kick rim, and a toe bumper, the Woody Elite is the perfect fit for your outdoor adventure.

 

Reliability

Spending numerous days in the field demands a boot I can depend on. Having performed flawlessly on countless hunting trips, the Woody Elite has become the go-to boot. Its comfort and performance are superb. Whether walking, stalking, or in a treestand, the Elite met every adventure with confidence. Below zero temperatures to deep snow, the Woody Elite performed without fail and kept us comfortable and dry.

 

Price/Value

Slightly more expensive than the average hunting boot, the Elite may initially seem overpriced. Taking into consideration the features and benefits provided by the Elite makes this boot well worth the investment. You can’t put a price tag on being able to stay outdoors when everyone else has gone inside.

 

Referability

Trying to find an all-around hunting boot that is comfortable and performs across multiple hunting situations is no easy task. Thanks to Muck Boots, the Woody Elite has proved to be all that and more. We recommend this boot without reservation.

 

Visit your local Muck Boot dealer and try on a pair today. For more information visit The Original Muck Boot Company.

 

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Husband, father and passionate bowhunter, Randy is ever learning and gladly sharing his relentless pursuit of whitetail. This passion is reflected in a few simple words - There is no off season.

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