|Price:||$118.95 - $155.00 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
|Fits as expected||
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 14.25" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.50"
- Boot opening measures approximately 16.5" around
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Waterproof boot is made of natural rubber/neoprene laid over a stretch bootie. Comfort rated from 20°F to -40°F. AEGIS anti-microbial odor protection, pull tab and non-slip traction rubber sole. Imported. Ships directly from manufacturer.
Stay warm and protected in the Rancher boot from Bogs. This waterproof style is made to be comfortable in sub-zero temperatures, while the anti-fungal, odor-resistant sockliner promotes cleanliness. Best of all, the steel reinforcement keeps toes safe from harm - no matter where adventure finds you.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001A5Q2H4
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2003
- 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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steel toes on a extremely sturdy foot board. Wish I had them long ago and saved the (suffering. Important update! Soles are weak point and cant handle abrasion. Simce hollow core any punctures cause leakage
So i've worn these boots going on 2wks my work requires that i'm in and out of wet spaces quite often while working as boat electrician. Since my last post my BOGS are NO longer WATERPROOF I have thoroughly inspected my sole for puncture marks without finding any. I thought that maybe my foot (left) was sweating more than the right idk but it progressively got worse. I submerged the boot in a bucket of water and notice along the inside arch inseam were bubbles coming out when i applied pressure as if to walk. I don't know how long it has been defective because it wasn't until recently that i stayed in with boots fully submerged in water to notice. Since this discovery I am changing my review to 2 star. I will update when i hear from company on warranty or replacement, which really does me no good right now being that i'm in the Bearing Sea!
I've had these boots for a little over a week while working as an Electrician in Alaska on a fishing boat and they stand up to the beating i've put them through so far. If you purchase these (bogs) know that they are not lightweight they're pretty heavy compared to your regular boot which may take time to get use to, and they tend to irritate my shins if walking constantly throughout the day whether your roll down the boot sleeve or not. I would say however that these are definitely worth the price and even with those 2 complaints i would purchase again. They are made tough especially if your in a wet construction site or marine vessel they're steel toe and have a thick sole that works pretty good. All in all I would recommend this boot you can't beat the price (90$) in store they're 140$, I hope this was an helpful to you
With these his feet stay Warm and and Dry!
He is able to just spray the mud off before he gets home.
He wears them over his pant leg and it saves his pants from the mud.
He brags about how well he likes them. He has thanked me several times for getting them. Just from him wearing them too work, his coworkers are going to order some for themselves.
The proof is in seeing them in use!
They are comfortable. They fit like a glove straight out of the box, and didn't need broke in.
If your looking to keep your feet warm and dry and stay comfortable.... this is just what you need.
I have 2 pair Bogs Shoes myself! I converted hubby because I love mine!
I have found the Bogs to be the ideal boot for working in wet conditions. They are very comfortable, particularly for a full rubber boot and they give me the peace of mind that, on a 12-15 hour shift in terrible weather conditions, at least my feet are going to stay dry. On some of the locations I work on, the grading is often hit and miss, and it is common to step into what looks like a shallow puddle of water that is actually a mud hole around a foot deep. With my Bogs on, I have no worries.
A couple of things to note... These boots are not insulated, so for deep winter conditions, a set of Baffins are going to be a lot more suitable. These boots are full rubber with a neoprene upper, so they do not breathe and will be a bit sweaty in warmer weather. I would much rather deal with the sweat than I would with waterlogged boots in have wet conditions, though.
These boots grip well on all surfaces, and despite all of the chemicals and product that I encounter, the build quality remains very robust. The neoprene upper is not as durable, and I cut one towards the top cuff shortly after buying them, but I think that the tradeoff in terms of comfort is worth having the neoprene on top instead of solid rubber all the way up.
If you find yourself walking around in water, mud, and chemicals and want to keep your feet dry, Bogs are an excellent option.
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