Why should you care about getting the best ice fishing boots?
Let’s be honest, we’ve all experienced the misery of cold, wet feet at some point in life. It’s miserable. When you’re out in the elements without the luxury of an ice fishing house, you want to focus on fishing – not dealing with the annoying and even dangerous pain of frozen toes. One of the first ice fishing tips I was given, which I’m glad I took to heart, was to invest in a great pair of ice fishing boots. Truth.
We can’t stress enough how important it is to have the best ice fishing boots you can. After reviewing countless options on the market, we present to you some solid boots that you honestly can’t go wrong with. In addition, not only will these boots serve you well on the ice, but they’re also functional and stylish enough to wear all winter long around town and for other outdoor activities.
|Product||Baffin Impact Snow Boots||Sorel Caribou II Boots||Kamik NationPlus Boots||Columbia Bugaboot Plus III Boots|
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|Pros||Warmest pair we reviewed, excellent comfort as well. Reputable brand.||Keep your feet dry, very warm, removable liners||Phenomenal warmth and comfort for the price||Lightest pair reviewed, great waterproofing, economical|
|Cons||Quite bulky; water resistant, not waterproof.||Not the lightest pair, bulky||Big and heavy, not as waterproof as others, takes some work to get them on||Not the warmest ice fishing boots, no removable lining|
|Verdict||The warmest of warm, fit for an ice fishing king.||Another piece of ice fishing gear that your friends will be jealous of||You'll be smiling all day catching fish knowing what a great deal you got, and your feet will thank you||A great option if keeping your feet dry is a priority|
|Weight||2 lb||2.31 lb||3.62 lb||1.45 lb|
|Temperature Rating||-148 degrees F||-40 degrees F||-40 degrees F||-25 degrees F|