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- 50% Rubber/50% Nylon
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 15.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 17.75" around
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The wide heel is what separates this 15" Chore Muck Boot from the other muck boots. This heel provides additional stability and comfort as you perform all those farm chores that require bending or standing for hours on end. Customers rave about this boot.
Make easy work of all your chores in this super dependable boot. Delivering heavy duty protection in a lightweight boot, this tall shaft boot features a reinforced achilles, toe, and heel area, a comfy, breathable lining, and a gathered collar, keeping mud, water, and gravel at bay. A kick rim enables hands-free removal, while a blown rubber outsole delivers slip-resistant, shock-absorbing traction. The real beauty of these 100% waterproof boots? When the jobs done, just rinse them off and theyre ready for another day.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000WH2KCC
- Item model number: CHH-000A
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 9, 2007
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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All four reinforcement strips have fractured at the junction of the soft upper to the harder rubber bottom of the boot. The leak is coming from one of the fractured areas about 6" from the base of the boot. My photo shows the fracture and holes beneath the fracture point.
I'm in contact with the factory now but they are reluctant to take warranty responsibility since I bought them through Amazon and not directly from their store. The boots are warranted for 1 year against defects and I've owned them 11 months now. The boots are 100% waterproof according to the mfgr.
When I first got them they were waterproof right to the top. Eventually they started leaking, maybe 6 to 8 months into wearing them. It wasn't a bad leak at first, and I am certain it started around the sole. So they weren't waterproof when submerged anymore. That was OK. I kept using them.
They kept my feet dry in dewy grass and rain and snow. But if they were submerged in two inches of water they would leak. Slowly they wore down more and more, getting more holes. I wasn't terribly hard on them, just walking and basic work around the farm. They still keep my feet dry when I am walking, but I have to watch where I step. I can't be in anything too deep, but they do still keep my feet dry when I am walking in dewy grass with my dog, which is all I really care about right now.
All that being said.. I am a bit disappointed in such a huge company like MuckBoots, basically a household name, doesn't have a product that lasts longer and is more durable for the expense. They're nice boots, but I don't think I will be buying a second pair. I will take my business somewhere else and try to find a product that can last a bit longer, especially when all I am doing is walking and standing in them. I have always prided myself in taking good care of my things as well. Being careful, washing them off when they get dirty, drying them out properly, etc.
The boots starting leaking. It was both feet so either I got a defective pair or this is just the way they are. I work in the car wash business so I'm constantly having water misted at my feet. I'm never completely sumerged in water it's always just water misting on the boots and they end up leaking through. I am getting a replacement sent to me. I will update the review if these new ones do not leak.
Update 1/11/16 I got my replacement boots and they also leak under very light conditions. It leaks from the heal and the bottom sides of the boot. Both my original pair and replacement pair leak. I'm very disappointed with these and would not recommend them to anyone.
I bought them a few days ago and so far everything seems fine. I wanted to make sure that THIS pair was water-tight so I stood in a tub of water (to calf). Wasn't sure the first time (right foot at ball of big toe-- always seems to be a problem place for me, old or new). I tried it two more times and they seemed ok. I will definitely be testing them again.
I will be wearing them on a trip where I will be doing "wet landings" in sub-freezing waters and walking for probably no more that 2 hours on snow and ice with at least one pair of super-warm socks and a boot liner. I have done similar trips in the past and wore only Wellies and really warm socks. I do not want or need an arctic rated boot because I'm more likely to need them during a tropical storm/hurricane. Or shoveling out the driveway at home after a fairly rare snowstorm. Weather rating is supposed to be "sub-freezing" to 85F. Arch support seems fine for the 20 minutes(?) that I wore them. If that doesn't work out, I'll put in my SuperFeet insoles (maybe the merino ones).
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Muck boots tend to be almost one size bigger than what I usually wear. Normally wear men's 12's, ordered 11's and they fit perfect.