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July 2021
Author: Austin Atkinson

The Crispi Attiva Mid GTX boots are ideal for the light and fast hunter who wants to stay nimble, mobile, and agile while keeping feet dry and protected during early season hunts. We’ve taken the benefits of the Attiva low and added additional stability, Gore- Tex, and a little extra Italian know-how to create the Attiva Mid. The ultra-soft comfort of a leather/synthetic upper, Elastoflex midsole, and Vibram sole are a combination that makes for a unique mix of fast and light with durability not often found in hunting- specific boots within this category. Crispi’s proprietary Thermo Wire Technology (TWT) provides the ankle stability, support, and protection without added weight. Each boot comes in at under 1 lb. total weight. Available in brown or grey.

“The best way I can describe this new Attiva Mid GTX boot from Crispi is that it has the fit and feel of a tennis shoe with the support of a hiking boot. In years past, I have tried to run a small trail running shoe for early season hunts but find it frustrating when my foot is soaked from the dew of the grass and I have no ankle support on uneven terrain, especially while I am focused on my quarry and not watching the ground beneath me. This new Attiva setup fits the bill on those hunts where you must be quick on your feet, light in your step, and agile on the rocks. The days of using a bulky boot for both early and late season hunts are officially over!

We have all had those early season hunts where you must sprint to the edge of the timber or to that next ridge in order to be in position for a shot. If you find yourself wanting a lightweight, slim fit boot for your upcoming archery season, this is probably the best setup for you. The speed lacing system makes it quick to cinch them up tight and lock your ankle down. Honestly, this has become my favorite everyday shoe so far this summer while setting trail cameras and completing conditioning hikes.” – Austin Atkinson, Hunt Advisor

MSRP: $250 (US Men’s 8-13)

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