The Original MuckBoots Adult Muckmaster Hi-Cut Boot

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These boots have seen daily wear over the past year and have been put through a trial by fire in more than one way.
They are a little heavier, so mountain climbing is proabably not the best sport for these.
They are warm in the snow and fit great.
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  • CR Flex Foam
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 15" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 2"
  • Platform measures approximately 1
  • Boot opening measures approximately 14" around
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Muck 15" Muckmaster Hi Commercial-Grade Boots. Industrial settings don't phase these superior stompers. In the toughest work environments, the Muckmaster delivers. Whether you're in deep sludge or walking around in muddy terrain, these bad boys are up to the task. Start with the extended rubber overlay that's easy to clean, even after sloppy days on the job. For comfort, the unbeatable CR flex-foam bootie is lightweight, has 4-way stretch nylon for flexibility and is completely waterproof so your foot stays as comfortable as possible in your extreme setting. And despite the conditions you're dealing with, the Airmesh lining will keep your feet fresh and comfy all day long. Details: Stretch-fit topline binding snugs calf to kep warmth in and cold out; 2 mm thermal foam underlay added to the instep for additional warmth; EVA molded midsole with contoured footbed absorbs shock; Wrap-up bumper protects your toes; Achilles overlay for additional protection; Kick rim for easy off; Each Boot weighs approx. 38 ozs. State Size. Come and get yours today! Muck 15" Muckmaster Hi Commercial-Grade Boots, Black

The Muckmaster Hi is MuckBoots' ultimate, all-weather heavy-duty boot. It offers extra durability, superior protection, and high-quality comfort, with features such as 100-percent waterproof, extra-thick, vulcanized rubber uppers, a crush-resistant toe, and a reinforced, heavy-duty traction sole designed to handle snow and mud. A contoured footbed and soft inner lining provide a comfortable fit, while extra rubber underlays and full bootie construction insulate the boot to sub-freezing temperatures. A removable, 6-mm, "Nitracel" EVA sock liner is included, providing additional, optional comfort. Ultra-durable and extra-comfortable, the Muckmasters make tackling your dirtiest and wettest chores that much easier.

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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000WH2QAS
  • Date first available at August 15, 2009
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,010 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    I work outside, in any and all weather.

    My old, cheap, rubber work boots were worn out and painful to wear. This time, I wanted boots that were insulated, had a cushioned sole, and a steel shank.

    I bounced all over Amazon comparing specs and reviews. The boots that seemed to qualify were all surprisingly expensive. Then I saw these, with the claim to be the "ultimate". Hard details were somewhat lacking (but they're "ultimate", right?).

    Based on four days use, two of them in 3 to 8 inches of slushy, semi-frozen mud...

    1-They're the most comfortable rubber boots I've had.

    2-They're the warmest too. (The tag in the box says they're good to -20*.)

    3-There is no shank. (The soles are thick and stiff enough that it usually won't matter. It will matter if you spend any time standing on a ladder, as I sometimes do. But, at least, they're "ultimate", right?)

    4-The tag claims they wick away moisture from your feet. It seems to be true. I've felt NO dampness to my socks on removal of the boots.

    5-If in doubt, go 1/2 size larger.

    6-They look like Batman's superhero boots. (Style points, doncha know)

    7-Check the manufacturer's site.

    I feel a little silly paying this much for rubber boots, but I'm getting too old to skimp on weather protection or comfort. I'm, so far, very pleased with the performance of these boots. If I have any disappointment with their durability, I will let y'all know.

    02 June 2013 Update.........

    There is a seam that runs up the center, rear of each boot. There is about a 1/2" split in that seam in one boot. It's in the inner (neoprene?) layer. the outer (rubber?) layer is intact.
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    Over here in Vermont we have the fifth season, mud season, when the 15+ foot piles of snow melt with the coming of the spring rains. The results are deep near freezing puddles of water giving way to sloppy mud, then snow and more mud. I have been eying the Muckmasters at the local outfitters for a while now, but the steep buy in price was too much for me initially. But when my trusty Merrells started breaching water, I bit the bullet and bought a pair of Muckmasters, luckily for $109.95 "on sale". They have been worth every penny and more. The price "originally" was $137, I would have winced at this, but bought them anyway and would be just as happy now. Yes, they are just a thick rubber boot with a wetsuit like lining, but they are a thick rubber boot with a wetsuit like lining that works VERY WELL. I have no hesitation in going through deep sloshy snow, near frozen water or just plain old sticky mud. These take it and actually feel comfortable doing it. I was up and down the ladder today getting snow off the roof wearing these, I felt no flimsyness in the sole, the lugs gripped the ladder nicely. They still are rubber boots though and do not have the strength and support of a purpose made lace-up winter boot. For clearing snow, I typically would use my lace up boots. However, the Muckmasters are perfect for the transitional weather from winter to spring, especially when the snow is heavy and wet. Add a set of Yaktrax ice cleats and you have a great ice fishing boot.

    Fit wise, I typically wear a 10 1/2, but the shoes were sold in whole sizes only. I purchased the 10 and they are very comfortable even with heavy socks. The heal feels nice and secure.

    In my opinion, if you are just out in the elements a few times, these are overkill. However, if you are going to be outside in the rain, snow, slush, mud for extended periods of time you will cherish these and wonder why you didn't get them sooner.
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    Size: 8 B(M) US Women / 7 D(M) US MenColor: Black Verified Purchase
    I really love these shoes and wish that I could give them a five star rating but for the following reasons I give them a 4.

    First of all I use these shoe's a lot as in everyday for several hours a day. I live on a farm with lots of animals and do just about everything farm related in them.
    I first originally bought them for the winter. I needed a tall boot that could get me through the snow and keep my feet warm and dry. These boots do keep your toes nice and toasty. Which in the summer isn't always such a great thing but I don't really see that as a downfall for the boots. I'd rather have hot toes than them be frost bitten.

    I bought my first pair January 15, 2014. They had great padding and provided great support to my high arch. They also were the correct size according to what I buy all my shoes in. The padding conformed to my feet and for about the first 6 months made me feel like I was walking on air. As with any padding in shoes it gets worn down. I actually didn't realize how much the padding had changed until I got my new pair September 9, 2015.

    Now my gripes about these boots is that about six months in the sole on one of my boots started pulling loose from the rest of the shoe. (Refer to pictures provided. Ignore the cut in the side that was created about a month ago by a T-Post falling on my foot. Luckily I only got a small scratch from the incident) Anyways this was ok for a while because there still wasn't any water getting into my boot. But as it got worse the shoe started taking in water and well wet feet is never a good thing. For the price I paid for these boots I would expect them to last longer.
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