10 Best Snake Boots For Hunting

Updated on: September 2022

Best Snake Boots For Hunting in 2022


Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17" Hunting Boot, Realtree Xtra Green,10.5 D US

Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Lacrosse 4X Alpha Snake Boot-M, Realtree Xtra Green, Men's 11

Lacrosse 4X Alpha Snake Boot-M, Realtree Xtra Green, Men's 11
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Hand laid rubber
  • Waterproof design

Guide Gear Men’s Leather Waterproof Side-Zip Snake Boots, Brown/Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, 10.5D (Medium)

Guide Gear Men’s Leather Waterproof Side-Zip Snake Boots, Brown/Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, 10.5D (Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022

Rocky Outdoor Boot Mens 16" Prolight Waterproof Snake 9 WI Mossy Oak FQ0001570

Rocky Outdoor Boot Mens 16
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Full-grain Leather and nylon
  • 16 Inches Of Snakeproof Protection
  • Guaranteed Rocky Waterproof Construction
  • Polyurethane/Rubber Outsole

Rocky Men's RKS0232 Knee High Boot, Mossy Oak Break Up Country Camoflauge, 10 M US

Rocky Men's RKS0232 Knee High Boot, Mossy Oak Break Up Country Camoflauge, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Guaranteed Rocky Waterproof Construction
  • EVA/ Rubber Outsole
  • EVA Footbed
  • Inside Side Zipper
  • 16 Inches Of Snakeproof Protection

Lacrosse Men's 425618 Venom 18" Waterproof Hunting Snake Boot, Realtree Edge - 13 W

Lacrosse Men's 425618 Venom 18
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Full-grain leather with 1000 Denier nylon upper plus abrasion resistant toe cap for rugged durability
  • Total protection with flexible 360° Snake Guard plus scent-free and 100% waterproof Scent Dry lining
  • Side zipper for easy on/off with full lacing system for an adjustable, secure fit
  • Realtree APG (425615), Mossy Oak NWTF Obsession (425616), Realtree Edge (425618)

Danner Men's Sharptail Snake Boot 17 Inch Dark Brown Hunting Boot , 11.5 D(M) US

Danner Men's Sharptail Snake Boot 17 Inch Dark Brown Hunting Boot , 11.5 D(M) US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Waterproof, full-grain leather upper with lightweight 900 denier nylon
  • Snake-proof protection
  • GORE-TEX waterproof, breathable lining
  • Rear gusset with rugged hardware offers adjustable fit and long-lasting performance
  • Cushioning Ortholite footbed

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18" Hunting Shoes, Mossy Oak Break up Country, 12 M US

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Hand-laid rubber over neoprene core for flexible, waterproof, scent-free comfort
  • Embossed liner increases air circulation inside the boot, wicks moisture and is quick drying. Nylon Shank
  • Active fit with adjustable gusset for easy on and off and a secure fit on foot
  • Multilayer rubber on the toe and heel plus a double-layer vamp for added support and durability

Rocky Men's Lynx Snake Boot-M, Mobu, 10 M US

Rocky Men's Lynx Snake Boot-M, Mobu, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Lace-up hunting boot featuring D-ring hardware and cushioned footbed
  • Reinforced toe and heel cap
  • Logo patch at tongue

TECS 15" Men's Snakebite Boots, Leather + Suede, Waterproof for Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Camping or Outdoors, Aggressive Rubber Outsole, Inside Zipper, Camo Laceless, 10.5 M US

TECS 15
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • SNAKE BITE PROTECTION: 100% snakeproof - snakes cannot penetrate or puncture these boots! Hunt and enjoy the great outdoors without worrying about poisonous vipers.
  • 100 % WATERPROOF: Keep your feet dry with a fully sealed waterproof membrane. Built to withstand the elements. Inside zipper for added protection and easy on and off.
  • NON-SLIP STABILITY: Aggressive rubber outsole helps you keep your footing. With superior non-slip design technology, these all-terrain boots are made for the outdoors: bogs, creeks, rivers, mud, snow, sleet, and rain.
  • DURABLE + HIGH QUALITY: High grade materials and construction. Full grain leather.
  • COMFORT + FLEXIBILITY: Camo EVA midsole and comfort contoured insole makes these incredibly comfortable for all-day wear without fatigue. Flexible leather for easy squatting, bending, any kind of maneuvering.

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COMMENTARY | I don't hunt. It's not because I'm opposed to it. My grandfather and his father hunted. They hunted to eat. My father didn't hunt, and as a result I was not raised in a family where hunting was pursued or encouraged.

I know many friends who are hunters. In fact, I have some property in Michigan that is prime hunting ground and I let them hunt there. I always appreciate the venison tenderloins or venison jerky they give me in return for granting them hunting rights on my property.

And all of them have made one thing to me very clear: When you're hunting, you get one shot. If you aim and miss the game is long gone. Every hunter accepts that and admits it's part of the hunt and part of the sport. All of which begs a big question: Why would anyone need a semi-automatic rifle or a 50-caliber sniper rifle to hunt anything?

For that matter, who hunts with a handgun? Handguns are for shooting people. I've never heard of a hunter going out to hunt any animal with a handgun. There's something wrong here.

Yes, you have the right to bear arms. But let's make them reasonable for a purpose that's rational. Hunting for sport and to eat is rational. In fact, if you're not going to eat the animal you're hunting, why do you need to kill it. I'm a catch and release fisherman, although sometimes I eat the fish. Fortunately, the fish I release live. The fish I eat don't. The argument gets a little weak for hunting on that point.

To me, our choice is simple: Yes you have the right to bear arms. The same ones our revolutionary forefathers bore: "Single-shot rifles made mostly for hunting."

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