- 100 Percent waterproof, black PVC compound
- Self-cleaning lug outsole for traction in wet, muddy conditions
- V-bar molded shank for complete arch support
- Measures 12-1/8" length by 4-1/2" width by 15-3/4" height
- Excellent for use in - construction, farming, agriculture and aquaculture.
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ONGUARD 87401 PVC Men's Buffalo Plain Toe Knee Boots with Lug Outsole, 16" Height, Black, Size 11
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||ONGUARD Industries|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||15-3/4 inches|
|Overall Length||12-1/8 inches|
|Overall Width||4-1/2 inches|
|Size||11 D(M) US|
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The boots aren't terribly heavy, somewhat true to size. Of course, they are spacious on the inside--I suspect that they may have birthed some baby boots at some point in time. They do stand at attention on their own in the garage. Wearing pants and having them fit inside the boots is a non-affair, although I must admit that below the knee, I am a bit svelte. They come with a light-weight insole which can easily be switched for something more comfortable if you plan on long shopping treks or a rigorous night of dirty dancing at the local country club, much to the chagrin of the stuffy older folk and parents of one long-wore-out-nicknamed young adult known as Baby.
Yes, they do indeed smell like a petroleum-based refined product, although I do fancily hope that my boots were made from the resultant hydrocarbons of peak oil--simply for elitist reasons.
For roughly $20, I have rarely bought such value, especially considering the cost of some of the alternatives.
"Stalking, walking in my big black boots" be the lyric that loops in my head when I rock these boots. Chyeah!
I just received a pair of these boots. They are rubber, which I wanted to keep my feet dry in the puddle of winter rain, and most important, they were less than $20! (a few more bucks including shipping)
Update: Five years later these boots look just like they did the day I bought them. They've been very durable, and still work great to keep my feet dry in the puddles.
Are they a little heavy, I suppose, but for the level of protection it's worth it!
I wore these almost all SUMMER long to do everything from mowing the lawn (riding mower), to digging trenches, to weed whacking and even a little bit of slogging through mud.
They are very comfortable. They seem to run a little bit large. I wear an Adidas size 11 and these boots are by no means snug. But I'm ok with that because I generally wear socks with the boots (occasionally slip them on to run outside for a minute) and the extra space means plenty of room for winter socks and/or boot liners.
I did not find them to be especially smelly. Maybe for a day, but I never felt like I had to put them outside to air out.
The kick-off lugs are great. The tread is deep and releases mud readily. The rubber is really thick, which is probably why they weigh so much, but also why they give such good protection. They are lined with a thin knit material. The insole is comfortable and removable. I will post some photos to show some of these details.
When I put these boots on to do yard work I feel pretty much impervious to anything below the knee. Sticks, prickly things, snakes, mud, sharp rocks, rats, stuff the weed whacker kicks up... bring it on. The rubber is firm, yet pliable, and did I mention how thick? After wearing these for a while I often feel that my feet are very vulnerable in anything else.
Despite being black and rubber they don't get too hot. Now, if you leave these on the back porch in the sun and then put them on it will feel like a little foot sauna, but even then the heat rises and dissipates well out the top of the boot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these for washing the car and trimming weeds. They keep my legs dry and also keep the grass clippings from sticking to my legs. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like these a lot. Easy to get in and out of, and the berry thorns haven't gotten to me yet. Good good product.Published 2 months ago by lee j
too tight of a fit. difficult to get on. I ordered my typical shoe size, would recommend going up 1 sizePublished 4 months ago by Austin M.
I bought these for my son whom works at a car wash. They are working well for him.Published 6 months ago by Willard Kneidl
I bought these to use as gardening boots - water/mud/dirt proof, good traction, slipped on and off easily between going inside and out, etc. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Z