The Cornstalker is a name rooted deep in Rocky's Outdoor heritage. As one of our first Gore-Tex waterproof hunting lines, this collection has lasted the test of time in the woods and on the feet of American hunters. With premium components like 1000 grams of 3M® Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation, a fully welted outsole, and a Gore-Tex® breathable waterproof membrane these boots are sure to keep you comfortable in tough conditions. Choose the Rocky Cornstalker and take on the outdoors.
Rated 3 out of
Does Not Deserve The Name CornstalkerI'm a long-time Rocky dealer. I think the name Cornstalker is like a hallowed institution. It was the first all nylon-upper (I.e. little or no leather) waterproof lace-up boot on the market. It was a ground breaker that proved to be the biggest selling lace boot over a period of over a decade our family business had ever seen. The uppers were absolutely perfection: breathable while waterproof, resistant to all chemical and organic substances (i.e. animal waste & a variety of caustic liquids), and as comfortable as leather. The only weak link ever was a succession of soles starting with Vibram and morphing into Rocky's own several generations. The problem with all of these soles were they were made of PU (polyurethane) and almost all suffered from pre-mature failure while the uppers remained unscathed. If Rocky would have put a simple rubber sole and ditched the PU this would have been a perfect boot for a wide spectrum of uses. Rocky...are you reading this? It's time to re-introduce the original Cornstalker with an improved rubber sole. DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE OF PUTTING A HEAVY LUG SOLE ON THE CORNSTALKER. No, it needs modest bar cleats like the original as folks hate carrying around dirt and mud and many will never hunt using the boots for work instead. I have customers looking for the original every week and, sad for me I don't have them looking for any one other single Rocky products save some that mention Cornstalker slip-ons and original Rocky Stalker lace boots. All of these Rocky products I've mentioned are strangely discontinued. Someone at Rocky needs to thing long and hard about reintroducing these and keeping them as close to the perfect originals as possible. Until that time there's only one company making an all nylon lace up boot in two models and colors. That boot is in no way as good as the original cornstalks and both have steel toes. Make America Greater Again...By Making The Original Rocky Cornstalker!!!
Date published: 2018-10-07
Rated 1 out of
third time i wore these boots feet were soakedlast three pairs of rockys i bought was not happy with
Should I treat the leather on my new 8220 Rocky Cornstalker 1000???
Asked by: Ditch
Hello, we suggest that you use a soft brush to remove dirt; polish may be applied to cover scuffs. Use a good leather conditioner or a very light coat of oil to keep your leather from drying and cracking.
Answered by: CS help 2
Date published: 2020-12-14
I have a pair of cornsalker boots. The soles are disintegrating into a tar/gel like substance and crumbling apart. I have only worn them MAYBE a half dozen times while walking to and sitting in an enclosed deer stand. What might my options be, please?
Asked by: polish prince
Hello! We apologize for the trouble you are having with your purchase. The warranty on material defects is one year from the date of purchase. Please take advantage of the warranty and call 1-866-442-4908 to speak with one of our Customer Service Representatives.
Answered by: CS help 2
Date published: 2018-11-26
What is the weight (pounds) of this boot?
Asked by: Mister Misty
Hello! The Weight: 5.0 pounds per pair for a size 10.