|Fits as expected||
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 15" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 1"
- Boot opening measures approximately 16.25" around
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Don’t let your aching feet be a reason to turn in early. The Woody PK Mesh Lining Hunting Boot is designed for all-day comfort and support. The female hunter’s "must have" boot, the Woody PK will keep you moving and ready to chase whatever you’re after. 100% Waterproof 4mm neoprene PK mesh lining EVA midsole MS2 Bobbed, molded outsole Women's last offers slimmer fit Comfort Range: 25 degrees to 65 degrees F. Go down a half size if you are buying boots or women’s shoes. Go up a half a size if you are buying mens shoes
Don’t let your aching feet be a reason to turn in early. The Woody PK Mesh Lining Hunting Boot is designed for all-day comfort and support. The female hunter’s "must have" boot, the Woody PK will keep you moving and ready to chase whatever you’re after.
PK meshing lining
MS2 Bobbed, molded outsole
Women's last offers slimmer fit
Comfort Range: 25 degrees to 65 degrees F
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00NV61C48
- Item model number: Womens Woody PK-U_K
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 17, 2015
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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At a glance these two appear to be the exact same boot. But here are the differences.
*The Woody PK boots come with the PK liner. This liner is kind of a moisture wicking liner to protect against evaporative cooling. The regular Woody Max boots have a fleece liner. This is a bit of a heavier liner which helps to maintain warmth.
*The top of the Woody PK boots is made from 4 mm neoprene, the regular Woody Max boots have 5 mm neoprene.
*The Woody PK boot is considered more of an all season boot, whereas the regular Woody Max boot is considered a cold weather boot.
Both of the boots are warm and waterproof.
I read somewhere that you should buy boots for the climate where you would be spending the most time in them. While this seems like common sense, it was still difficult for me to make a decision. I spend half the year in mild to hot temperatures and the other half where there could potentially be snow and temperatures below zero.
In the end I went with these Woody PKs because although the Woody Max boots might have kept my feet slightly warmer in the winter I think they would have been unbearable to wear in the heat in the summer. I figured I could always throw on an extra pair of socks or some foot warmers if I'm out when it's really cold.
Now that I've had these boots for a while I'm really glad that I did purchase them. I've worn them in weather up into the 70s and they never became uncomfortable or felt too warm. I've also worn them in weather into the 30s and my feet stayed warm and dry. I haven't had the opportunity to test them out any higher or lower than that but when I do I will update my review.
The boots themselves are very stylish to look at and comfortable to wear. I didn't have to break them in. I had no blisters after wearing them for 8 hours the day I got them, although I probably wouldn't attempt this with super thin socks. They're definitely water proof. When you get them dirty or muddy they are easy to spray clean with the garden hose. I'm 5'5 and they come to about 6 inches below my knee. I typically wear a size 7 in shoes and boots. That is what I ordered my Mucks in and they seem true to size. I feel that a 7 is big enough to be able to wear with an additional pair of heavy socks for colder conditions but not too big to wear with only one pair of plain socks.
I really love these boots and have no complaints about them. I only wish I had purchased them sooner.
By the way- Both the Woody PK's and the regular Woody Max boots say Woody Max on them.