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Rocky Mudsox Boot

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Price: $129.99 - $159.00
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Bought these for my son who is outside all the time from hunting to fishing to fourwheeling, he loves these.
I gave these boots one less star because I didn't get to use them, but they appeared well made and fit nicely.
I will say that they were pretty darn comfortable before they started leaking.
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Black / Camo
  • Rubber and textile
  • Rubber sole
  • Black Neoprene Sock Foot Under A Realtree Apg Camo Shaft
  • High-loft 800g Thinsulate ultra insulation is quick-drying and moisture-resistant
  • Waterproof full neoprene sock gives you superior fit and comfort
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Rocky Boots are built to outlast, outperform, and flat out impress The Rocky Mudsox Hunter boot sports a protective, lightweight neoprene foot under a tall 16" Realtree camouflage shaft. Insulated and waterproof ready for all climates. Neoprene lining. Round toe. Block heel. Secure footing rubber sole. Imported.

Whether you're planning a serious wilderness expedition or a hike around town, Rocky is the source for performance footwear. Rocky offers a wide selection of hunting boots, high quality work shoes, and rugged casual shoes. Materials including Gore-Tex, Polartec, and Thinsulate offer waterproofing and insulation. Hiking through the woods, at work, or sitting in your tree stand Rocky boots are perfect for your lifestyle activities. Rocky boots are built for hunters, hikers, and the working men and women so you know you can count on them to get the job done.

  • ASIN: B006O71HT6
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Mudsox-U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,617 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MacHound on January 7, 2012
    After trying on dozens of different styles/brands of hunting boots at many different local stores I finally found boots that are very comfortable, well made, and not too heavy to walk in. I compared Rocky Mudsox with similar styles by Muck Co, Cabelas brand, and several others.

    I was looking for boots that were warm enough to hunt in Central Wisconsin tree stands through November, yet light enough to splash through April puddles. I wanted a boot that would not leave human or leather scents behind. I wanted a comfortable walking boot with good arch support for the 1 mile hike in/out from my tree stand. Rocky Mudsox was the best combination of comfort and construction quality I could find in 2011.

    Ordinarily I wear 10.5 size shoes; I went with the size 12 Mudsox. They're a bit floppy when I only have a single pair of socks on, but I wanted extra room for two pair of heavy winter stockings plus toe warmers, or one pair thick wool ski socks plus hunting socks. (My feet get super cold sitting motionless in tree stands at 4:30 AM & 10 degrees F.) 800 Grams of Thinsulate is less than the minimum insulation needed for November Wisconsin hunting. I solved this insulation issue with a pair of Arctic Shield boot insulators applied on over my Mudsox for added in-stand warmth; Icebreaker Overboots were another option I considered. The total $100 sale price of my Mudsox + Arctic Shield overboots was about the same as other name-brand hunting boots without the Archtic Shields.

    Rocky Mudsox came with a thick coating of silicon over the rubber part of the boot. While this silicon probably contributes to the advertised self-cleaning tread, I didn't like how slippery the boots were. I rubbed off the silicon with paper towels.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Anderson on October 8, 2012
    Size: 9 M USColor: Camo Verified Purchase
    I purchased these boots to be used in Alaska summertime fishing boats, surf fishing. Summers can get to 70 degrees here were I live. These boots were listed as 5ml thick, that's a very minimal amount of insulation. Upon arrival the boots were the beefed up version, which is fine for freezing days and hunts in the fall where body activity is considerably less. But I needed the thinner version, less bulky. Although I debated whether to keep them. They fit nice. They are very well made boots. Yet I already had a warmer version of Cabela's for hunting a 1200 g version and these are bulky big...good for sitting. So I returned them. My discussion with the Representative was not positive as she said the listing says it has insulation sir and argued with me about the web site properly listing the product information. The person listing these boots did not tell us they have 800g of thinsulate insulation. These boots by Rocky are an older version. Although the newer ones of the same type are much more expensive. These boots are a great deal! I paid $92.88. Note: The trend in these type of rubber boots is to put neoprene uppers around your calf area. I've seen many people wearing these types here in AK. Over time the neoprene loses its stiffness and starts to look less than desirable (saggy) and they get dirty and retain the dirty look. I ordered the rubber boots with a an adjustable top to keep water and snow out. Be careful what you order on Amazon. Make sure you know what it is exactly before you order and the item matches the description in all areas stating these facts. Find them in your local store and check them out there just to be sure. Most the reps I speak to on Amazon are excellent and thing go well. This reps English was not as good as the others. I gave these boots one less star because I didn't get to use them, but they appeared well made and fit nicely.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Eichler on October 7, 2014
    I purchased these boots in November of 2011 and by November 2013, they had worn a hole on the inside front edge of the boot where the fabric meets the rubber. I only used them during deer season in the colder months so I probably only wore them 20 times or so before they wore out. Pretty disappointed to drop a decent amount of money to get boots that only lasted 2 years. I will say that they were pretty darn comfortable before they started leaking.
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