I'm convinced that if as much care was given to the correct choice of woodland stalking shoe as is that of rifles and optics it would put many more deer in the larder than another half minute of accuracy might.
So many of the boots I see woodland stalkers trussed up in seem more appropriate to the upper elevations of the Alps than a Sussex ride in anything but deepest winter and I really can't think why unless further proof of the power of advertising.
Below are what I use and although now ten years old and showing their age I have no intention of discarding them even though the steel arch shanks have disintegrated as this has only improved ground contact along with the now paper thin rubber sole. Exactly what you want in a stalking boot and at the expense of all other qualities. Yes, they attract moisture like blotting paper, afford little grip and render feet of Best Practice larder temp in minutes on a frosty morning but I love them and only wish Cabela's hadn't dropped them so I could stock up with a few pairs.