The Original MuckBoots Adult FieldBlazer Hunting Boot
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- 100% Rubber and Textile
- Rubber sole
- Rugged knee-high hunting boot featuring Realtree shaft in waterproof materials
- Reinforced achilles support panel
- Reinforced shank
Nothing will get by these things! Perfect for the outdoorsman (or woman), this boot was made to last and work hard for you. It has a protective, waterproof shell with a soft and flexible shaft, breathable airmesh linings, and a slip-resistant rubber outsole.
The story began in 1999 with the sole purpose of building the most comfortable, high performance footwear on the market. The need for a more comfortable boot for use in messy and tough conditions led to the design of The Original Muck Boot Company brand footwear. Every boot in the line is expected to deliver the same 100% waterproof quality and comfort that inspired the original footwear. In just a few years, the line has grown to more than 20 styles, all designed to tackle tough conditions in agriculture, lawn and garden, outdoor sporting, equine, and pet care. Today, the Muck Boot brand defines a standard of comfort and quality that goes beyond the expectations of customers around the country.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 14 x 6 inches; 5.56 Pounds
- Item model number : FLD-MOB-9
- Department : womens
- Date First Available : February 17, 2004
- Manufacturer : MuckBoots
- ASIN : B000WG91ZM
- Customer Reviews:
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
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I have small feet and wear about a 6.5 so if they had half sizes that would have been perfect. I would say that with them larger it'll leave room for thick socks but you honestly don't need them!
I am notorious for always having cold feet especially in the winter, I got these boots for work mostly but I could justify the price because I can use them for hunting too.
I manage a dog kennel and we have to spray our runs outside everyday no matter the weather and without fail you will always soak your feet. It's already been a cold winter and so far they have been hands down the best boots I've used. Even after spending hours with spraying our 90+ runs my feet have not come close to getting wet or cold once and we have already had some single digit days.
They've only seen 2 weekends of hunting but both mornings I stood in a few inches of snow for hours and my feet were still toasty. Unfortunately they aren't lucky boots, haven't nabbed any geese...yet!
Good boots though and I'd recommend them to a friend.
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So, straight out of the box, these boots are very well put together, sturdy but incredibly comfortable to try on. They feel well cushioned and soft yet somehow feel hugely supportive and I am already very confident I wont roll an ankle on uneven ground. The treads are like an off road tyre, chunky and deep and come right up around the edge of the sole - I would even say these might (might) be good in the snow though they are classed as a three season I believe.
I ordered a UK 10, I am typically a 9.5 - 10 (mostly 10) and these were spot on. A slightly wide fit with just a little extra room all round which is always a good thing as once you get going and spend a bit of time on your feet they swell and without that room you are going to get rub saws or blisters. A decent pair of thick outdoor socks is all that is needed for me.
They are really easy to put on and, as the box details point out, they can be put on without even using your hands. The neoprene is quite flexible making it easy to tuck in your trousers and also nice and soft so if you choose to wear them under trousers - they shouldn't cause any irritation/friction to your legs even if you're in shorter socks. I'm not sure if the bark camo pattern is a specific brand but it looks great and isn't a million miles from Realtree AP which I tend to go with for my clothing.
Like I said, these haven't had a good run out yet but they will be accompanying me on fishing trips and time in the wetlands. I think they are so comfortable I may even find I'm using then for country walks and they'll be great as a bad weather go-to on camping trips as well. One thing is for sure - these boots will be seeing some serious mud and wet so once I have some miles on them I will post any points that don't live up to expectations but I really don't think that will be the case.
This is a very sound boot that should easily earn it's keep if you spend a lot of time outdoors, so much more than a wellie. I paid about £81 and the seller offered free returns so don't hesitate to give them a go - I'm pretty sure you will be pleased.