There are an exhausting amount of hunting boots on the market these days. And almost as many types of soles. In 2014, I used the Kenetrek Bridger Ridge High (www.kenetrek.com) and the Zamberlan 980 Outfitter GTX RR (www.zamberlanusa.com) boots for my hunts. These two boots are vastly different, but serve their specific purpose nicely. In regards to the sole of the boot, you have thin, light and flexible on one end of the spectrum. On the other, you have thick and rigid. If used for the right applications there aren’t many downsides either one. However, the wrong boot can be a hindrance and possibly ruin your hunt. First, you have to figure out what type of foot you have. Let me explain.