10 Best 800g Hunting Boots

Updated on: October 2022

Best 800g Hunting Boots in 2022


Danner Men's 41560 Vital 8" 800G Waterproof Hunting Boot, Realtree Edge - 10.5 D

Danner Men's 41560 Vital 8
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Under Armour Men's Brow Tine 2.0-800G Ankle Boot, Ridge Reaper Camo Fo (900)/Cannon, 10 M US

Under Armour Men's Brow Tine 2.0-800G Ankle Boot, Ridge Reaper Camo Fo (900)/Cannon, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Waterproof full grain leather with moisture wicking textile upper
  • Primaloft 800G insulation for maximum comfort
  • Storm Waterproof membrane for breathability
  • UA Scent Control lining with Cupron anti bacterial copper infused sockliner top cover
  • Adjustable speed lacing system

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18" 800G Hunting Shoes, Realtree Max-4, 10 M US

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18
BESTSELLER NO. 3 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
  • 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

Irish Setter Men's 4881 Rutmaster 2.0 17" 800-Gram Rubber Boot, Camo, 12 E US

Irish Setter Men's 4881 Rutmaster 2.0 17
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 17-inch pull-on rubber hunting boot with vulcanized rubber-3.5mm Neoprene and 1200 gram Primaloft insulation
  • UltraDry Waterproofing System
  • RPM Composite technology to reduce weight without sacrificing comfort or durability
  • ScentBan technology to kill odor-causing bacteria
  • ExoFlex Technology allows for easy on and off with locked-in fit

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly PRO 800G Hunting Boot,Green,11 M US

LaCrosse Men's Alphaburly PRO 800G Hunting Boot,Green,11 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Hand-laid premium rubber over a 3.5mm neoprene core for flexible, waterproof, scent-free comfort
  • Embossed liner increases air circulation inside the boot, wicks moisture and is quick drying
  • Active Fit with adjustable neoprene gusset for easy on/off and a secure, comfortable fit on foot
  • Multilayer rubber on the toe and heel plus a double-layer vamp of added support and durability
  • 800G Thinsulate Ultra insulation

Danner Women's 44212 Wayfinder 8" 800G Waterproof Hunting Boot, Realtree Edge - 7 M

Danner Women's 44212 Wayfinder 8
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Lace-to-toe design provides a more customized fit
  • Open-cell, PU footbed
  • Danner Plyolite midsole
  • Nylon shank
  • Danner Wayfinder outsole provides traction in diverse terrain
  • Realtree Edge(44212)

Huntrite Men's Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots, 800-gram, Realtree Hardwoods Gray, 10D (Medium)

Huntrite Men's Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots, 800-gram, Realtree Hardwoods Gray, 10D (Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022

Lacrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18" 800G Hunting Shoes, Optimal Elevated II, 11 D US

Lacrosse Men's Alphaburly Pro 18
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Hand-laid premium rubber over a 3.5mm neoprene core for flexible, waterproof, scent-free comfort
  • Embossed liner increases air circulation inside the boot, wicks moisture and is quick drying
  • Active fit with adjustable neoprene gusset for easy on/off and a secure, comfortable fit on foot
  • Multilayer rubber on the toe and heel plus a double-layer vamp for added support and durability

Rocky Core Comfort 8" 800g Insulated Boot 800g 09 Mossy Oak Infinity, Wide

Rocky Core Comfort 8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Full-Grain Leather and 900 Denier Nylon
  • Light and Flexible Cement Construction
  • Guaranteed Rocky Waterproof Construction
  • 800 Grams 3M Thinsulate Ultra Insulation
  • Removable EVA Insole

Rocky Ranger Waterproof 800G Insulated Outdoor Boot Brown

Rocky Ranger Waterproof 800G Insulated Outdoor Boot Brown
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX fabric
  • Goodyear welt construction
  • Oil-resistant rubber outsole
  • Fiberglass shank
  • Antiqued brass hardware

Creating Memories

Opportunities aren't by chance; they're created by our efforts. More often than not we must choose to accept hardship in order to obtain our payoffs. Hiking almost seven miles after hunting fours hours paid off in a way I never imagined.

It is Saturday morning, 4:12 am; the alarm is beating out "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" by The Clash. Hmm, good question. My bed is warm and comfortable. The wind is howling and the rain beating the window. Do I really want to get up to sit out in that weather for the next few hours? Of course I do! I am a duck hunter. When others are sleeping we are out in the field getting soaked with big dreams of limiting out, even when we know we may not see a single bird. Many people think this is crazy.


The rain let up but the wind was gusting up to 35mph. Light was only an hour away as I crawled up the bank. I made my way into position on the near side of the pond. I wrapped the burlap camouflage around me and waited. The rain and wind were cold, my hands almost numb. I wasn't bothered by that though because I heard the occasional honking of geese and the sonic whooshing of ducks landing. It was bound to be a glorious day. But what I imagined would happen, and what was to be reality were not the same.

Officially, hunting hours were upon me. Due to the lighting though I was not absolutely sure of what the five ducks were that were in front of me so I chose to only take two. I was confident that one of the silhouettes was that of a Pintail, but I wasn't sure what the others were and I won't shoot and identify later. I was right about the Pintail. The other was a Ring-neck. The commotion caused the geese to take flight in a pattern far out of reach. I suppose I would have been safe taking a few of the other ducks that were there at that time but felt good about my decision to accurately identify my game first. I would have other opportunities.

Unfortunately, the opportunity just wasn't going to be on this day. Four hours after that first shot I decided it would be a good day to look for Mountain Quail so I packed up and headed north.

The Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area has been, in my experience, a great place to find abundant quail and rabbit. It also appears to be turkey country though I have never seen more than tracks there. After a mile into the hike the rain began to soak my clothes. I chased down a few birds and continued toward the Oregon border. The rain let up and the gulch I was following for miles yielded more of the beautiful birds. Having accomplished my goal of hiking as far into the wildlife as I hoped, and with a few birds in my pouch, I set off on my return. That's when the real pay-off of this arduous hike came.

I was about one hundred yards into an opening with a stand of mixed oak and pine to my right when I was startled by the sound of rapidly pounding hoof beats and a strange hissing/snorting coming towards me. I couldn't imagine what was making this disturbance. I jolted around to see a big, reddish-brown wild horse that suddenly stopped as I heard myself hissing back. We were both frozen, staring at each other. I searched the area for others as I supposed this giant beautiful creature was doing as well. A moment passed and the creature walked back into the protection of the woods. I stood for a moment longer, digesting what I had just experienced and then continued on my way. I rested upon a hillside that overlooked the bright reds and oranges that made up the fall scenery. My mind wandered into the many amazing past experiences I have enjoyed because I decided that getting up at some ungodly hour and submitting myself to nasty conditions would somehow be worth my time and probable discomfort. At that moment I was aware that my legs were sore, I was wet, tired, hungry and still had almost two miles to hike back. None of that mattered. I had just experienced something that those who choose to stay in their warm, comfortable beds will never know. The hope of one new experience is why I will continue to pack my gear up and down hills, sit in the rain, drudge through creeks, or drive for hours into unknown areas. The discomfort goes away while the memory stays forever.

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