IRISH SETTER’S SHADOW TREK BOOT OFFERS LIGHTWEIGHT COMFORT

Irish Setter expands its popular big game hunting line with the addition of the Shadow Trek. Irish Setter’s lightest weight boot, the Shadow Trek is designed for hunts that require extensive walking, providing an optimal fit and extreme comfort.

A great choice for hunts during moderate weather and varying terrain, the Shadow Trek is offered in both non-insulated and 800 gram options. Built on the same last as Irish Setter’s popular Tamarack style, the Shadow Trek is also a great fitting boot. Designed to closely mirror the shape of hunters’ feet, these big game boots feel broken in as soon as they are laced.

“The Shadow Trek offers extreme comfort, right from the moment you step in,” explained Mark Dinndorf, Irish Setter Director of Product Development.

Featuring an all-Cordura upper with either Mossy Oak Breakup or Realtree Hardwoods HD Green, the Shadow Trek also utilizes a GORE-TEX™ waterproof membrane — a great boot package from one boot.

The Irish Setter Shadow Trek begins at $129 and is available now. Visit http://www.irishsetterboots.com for the retailer nearest you.
About Irish Setter
Based in Red Wing, MN, Irish Setter is a division of the Red Wing Shoe Company, Inc. that includes a full line of performance hunting boots, fishing shoes and outdoor casuals. Irish Setter continues to use leading technologies and the finest materials to provide customers the best in outdoor footwear. For more information about Irish Setter’s heritage, products and retailers, visit http://www.irishsetterboots.com.

Irish Setter ShadowTrek

Irish Setter ShadowTrek

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