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- Textile and Synthetic
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 15" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 18" around
- 100% waterproof.
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A waterproof upper and treaded sole resist Mother Nature in Bogs' Buckman rain boot. Synthetic upper. Rubber sole.
BOGS built its first boot for Oregon farmers to deliver comfort whatever the weather. Today, we continue to develop functional footwear that helps get things done, no matter what you decide to do. We are BOGS: 100% comfortable in our own boots.
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 13 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006PAF6C6
- Item model number: Buckman-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: August 21, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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And comfortable. These boots come with a removable insole that is decent. However, I replaced mine with Merino wool Superfeet insoles and find the boots to be as comfortable as my Merrill hikers. I can maintain a normal walking gait and speed, too -- something I could not do with my old mid-calf boots. A prior reviewer mentioned discomfort with the side holes. They cause me no irritation (though I fold my trousers into the boot to avoid getting them wet or dirty) and they make it easier to carry filthy boots safely.
Tall slip-ons are difficult to take off and this boot certainly is. I've since purchased boot jacks for home and office to limit the ridiculous yoga needed to remove them. Difficulty varies with the size and shape of one's foot and the type of sock worn. While I can remove them without mechanical assistance, it takes a few tugs and twists even when wearing cashmere/nylon socks (I have a low-arch 13D foot).
The footbed is not nearly as comfortable as the bogs classic high, which is what I ultimately settled on, they are a $100 cheaper and feel fantastic. These are probably a nice boot for some folks, but it just did not fit me well.