Deer TrackerRED WING, MN (December 2013) — Irish Setter Deer Tracker Big Game hunting boots feature StableFlex® technology, which combines welt construction in the heel for stability and cement construction in the forefoot for added flexibility. The Deer Tracker sole with an aggressive lug pattern provides superb stability and traction on the toughest terrain. Maximum underfoot comfort is delivered by a triple-density, RPM lightweight sole and polyurethane footbed. The boot features premium US-Made Trout Brook leather with a variety of camo options, proven UltraDry™ waterproofing and ScentBan™ scent control. Additional features include Armatec™ toe and heel protection, Achilles Comfort Panel and a CuShin™ Comfort tongue. Insulated versions provide warmth with long-lasting, hydrophobic Primaloft ® insulation.

Style #4833 is a 7″ non-insulated lace-up boot with Realtree Xtra® camo, $169.99
Style #4835 is a 10″ non-insulated lace-up boot with Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity® camo, $189.99
Style #4837 is a 10″ lace-up boot with Realtree Xtra® camo and 400 grams of Primaloft® insulation, $194.99
Style #4838 is a 10″ lace-up boot with Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity® camo and 800 grams of Primaloft®insulation, $204.99
Style #4843 is a 12″ non-insulated pull-on boot with ExoFlex™ Performance Fit System for easy on/off and Realtree Xtra® camo, $179.99

“Deer Tracker boots will help you traverse rough terrain with confidence and comfort,” said Charley Bryant, Irish Setter Line Manager for Red Wing Shoe Company.

Irish Setter Deer Tracker boots will be available in July 2014 at leading outdoor retailers. Visit for the retailer nearest you.

About Irish Setter

Based in Red Wing, MN, Irish Setter is a division of Red Wing Shoe Company that produces a full line of performance hunting boots and rugged outdoor casual footwear. Irish Setter continues to use leading technologies and the finest materials to offer customers the highest quality outdoor footwear. For more information about Irish Setter’s heritage, products and retailers, visit